Where to Find Unique Eid Cards
Whether it's through sharing food, giving gifts, or just catching up at the Masjid, Eid has always been about community. A great way to make your loved ones feel special, especially if they're far away, is to send them a special greeting card. And it's a great opportunity to try and support some Muslim small businesses! Don't leave it to the last minute, and check out some of our picks for where to find cards for this Eid.
1. A LITTLE EXTRA SPECIAL
With embossing, cutouts, and 3 dimensional effects, these handmade cards really show the recipient the care and thought you put into it.
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2. CREATIVE AND ON TREND
Looking for something modern, colorful, and on trend. Clrsoul's groovy collection is as bright as it gets. Akela also has eye-catching designs with a more Urdu script feel. Madeafterhours block printed pack of cards is perfect for the art lover in your life.
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3. CUTENESS OVERLOAD
HudhudCreations' cards feature cute characters and punny taglines that will delight anyone you give them too.
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4. MINIMAL AND CLASSIC
For a more formal look, check out IslamicMoments. Simple designs with beautiful calligraphy that you can fill with everything you want to say to your loved ones on this blessed holiday.
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5. IN A PINCH
Running short on time and can't wait for shipping? We've all been there the day before Eid. The solution is downloading a card and printing it yourself. Shevisionsstudio has some great terracotta calligraphy cards as well. Also check out Joy Within for some free greeting cards.
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However you choose to share the holiday, we hope you have a wonderful one! Don't forget to tag us in all your decor @DaysofEid.