Hi…. I’m here.
It’s been so long since my last freebie. Well, I’m kind of busy (to play around) and I suffered from an internet disaster. My favorite ISP is currently maintaining their new networks and the connection turns out to be veeeeeeeeery slow ( imagine a sleepy snail walking in a dry desert ). Well, forget it. It’s Ramadan anyway, therefore I have to preserve my patience.
Ummm, it’s kind of late but I still want to greet everyone. Ramadan Mubarak for all Muslims!!! Happy fasting! How’s your Ramadan this year? I hope everything goes well and we get huge blessings from The Almighty. Ameen. This is a holy season therefore I am going to do some good deeds i.e. by sharing this (cute) printable Eid Mubarak card. Here’s the preview
The card size is 5×7 inches in a .pdf format. Instructions are included within the download. There are two versions and you can choose which one you like. I know it’s too early to share an Eid Mubarak Card, but better early than never isn’t it?
I also added some of my books wishlist for Eid here (in case you want to send me some gift :lol:)
The road to Mecca by Mohammad Assad and Even Angel Ask by Jeffrey Lang. Both are (supposedly) well-written memoirs because they got 4++ stars rating in Goodreads.com; So I want to give them a try. In my opinion, If you want to send your family/friends some Eid gifts, I suggest to send them books instead of cookies/foods. This might sound very boring but Muslim and book are destined to stick together. Iqra (read) was a very first command from Allah, so don’t run away from your books.
Finally here’s the download link for this Eid card
I hope you like it. Don’t forget to leave your pretty footprints and share this post to everyone.