This blog post is part of a sponsored collection of projects created in partnership with Cricut.*
I’m back with another Cricut Ramadan/Eid project. Wow, how quickly has this month flown by? I really hope you’ve been having a blessed month, whether you celebrate or not! It’s already time to start turning our thoughts to Eid.
Now Eid isn’t Eid without a feast of a meal. I say ‘meal’ singular- because it’s a solid day of eating and celebrating with loved ones! From samosas and pastries in the morning to…more samosas and pastries in the evening. One of my favourite parts of Eid was the tradition of going around to *every* house in your community/family to ‘greet’ them and wish them a happy Eid. And obviously, you had to eat something when you’re there- it would be rude not to. We often joke that you regain all that inevitable Ramadan weight loss in that one Eid day!
My mum used to spend all night making the most elaborate of Bangladeshi sweets but these days you’re more likely to find a beautifully decorated cake on the table at mine. Ok ok, really I just don’t have my mum’s skills…but I can kinda bake a cake…ok you’ve got me…Taufiq can bake a cake and I can decorate it… (I’m just not much of a baker!)
But let’s be honest, I’m not much of a decorator either. But what I can do is make a super cake topper! Cake toppers are so much fun and can really jazz up the most basic of bakes. I’ve designed this really simple on to add a bit of colour (and glitter) to your table top.
Eid Cake Topper
By now you know the drill! The cut files (SVG) are completely free for you to download and use (for personal use). You’ll find the files to download here and I’ll also link it through on the Cricut Design Space here.
Click here for the zip file (this includes the SVG cut file and the PDF of the instructions)
I really hope you enjoy making these, and all of my Ramadan and Eid projects! It’s been so much fun to be able to share these with you and I hope you love them as much as I have loved making them. And as always if you have any questions or get stuck, shoot me over an email or message.
And don’t forget to tag us if you do make any of these projects.
*This is a sponsored post in collaboration with Cricut. All views and opinions are my own.