It is that time of year again.
To buy presents and give Eid cards to our loved ones. To watch the excitement on our children’s faces as they receive cards and presents.
If you are after Eid cards, then you may want to take a look at Islamic Moments.
Islamic Moments was established in 2004 and does a range of Islamic cards and home decor such as Eid Balloons and picture frames.
We are known for our clean and contemporary style and proudly supply our products throughout the UK to up market department stores, high-end gift boutiques, galleries and museums, florists, bookshops and have distributors around the world….
They were kind enough to send me their latest collection of Eid Cards to review.
This year we have travelled from coast to city to country taking inspirations along the way. From the breathtaking splendour of Andalucia to the Bosphorus shores of Istanbul, from the mosaic encrusted mosques of Casablanca to the renowed textile mills of South Asia. We’ve covered it all!
After many months of designing this years Eid Card ranges, we finally launched ‘Andalucia’and ‘Joy oh Joy’ …. Each collection consists of 9 designs, bringing the total to 18 new Eid Card designs for 2014.
I received samples of both collections and I must admit I do prefer the ‘Joy oh Joy’ Collection. I love the pastel type colours and the pretty patterns.
One aspect that I love about these cards is that they are printed on FSC accredited board. They use wood pulp which is from carefully managed and sustainable forests.
The cards inside are also blank. I personally prefer blank cards as I am not fond of the cliched messages you usually get in a card. If they are blank you can write your own personalised message reflecting the person you are sending the card to.
The cards are available at £1.99 each from Islamic Moments.
Disclaimer: I was sent a sample of cards for free to review. However, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
I love the patterns masha’Allah.
Love the cards. They are different from usual Eid cards.. 🙂
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