Need Eid Gifts? Support Your Fellow Muslim!

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At a loss of what to buy for family and friends for Eid? I find myself in this same position every year. I don’t want to buy the same ole stuff over and over again. We all want to find that special gift that will put a smile on our loved one’s faces. Sometimes it’s not so easy to figure out what that unique gift could be. Alhumdulilah, there are many talented entrepreneurs out there, offering all kinds of Islamic merchandise that make really great Eid gifts. I did my research this year and found lots and lots of shops. I didn’t know there were so many! You can find everything from beautiful Islamic wall art, to unique clothing and jewelry. I’ve found some really good books for adults and children as well. For the kiddos there are a large variety of Islamic toys, games, charts, books, clothes and more. Below I’ve compiled an awesome list of online stores and sites I found with items that make awesome Eid gifts. Inshalah, this list will help you on your quest for Eid gifts this year. :-)

 

  1. The Muslim Family Guide to Successful Homeschooling: This book is a great gift for homeschooling Muslim moms.
  2. Halal Healthy Meals: An absolutely fabulous, halal cookbook written by my sister Karemah Alhark.
  3. Silver Envelope: An Islamic stationary company. They have decorations, greeting cards, invitations, wrapping paper and gift bags, scrapbook art, rubber stamps, and much more.
  4. Creative Motivations: High Quality & Affordable Islamic Card Sets, Posters, Charts, Magnets & More.
  5. Halal Healthy Wholesome Living: Ameera Rahim has some great books that make great gifts for Muslim moms.
  6. “The Unveiled” and In “My Reflection”: Two exceptional books by Ameerah Rahman.
  7. New Medina Kids: This a grassroots publishing company that has published two fantastic books so far. The Complete Salah Coloring book and a brilliant series of Arabic workbooks. 
  8. Eidway: Decorations, cookie cutters, books and more!
  9.  Islamic Bookstore
  10.  Noorart 
  11.  Muslim Toys & Dolls 
  12.  EcoFads: Handmade eco-friendly accessories
  13. Adorable Gem: Beautiful jewelry handcrafted by a very talented sister
  14.  Little Wings Gallery:  Islamic art prints and designs 
  15. Al Safina Shop: Handmade tasbih prayer beads, necklaces, bracelets and rings
  16. Path of Light Designs: Islamic art prints
  17. Covered Ladies Designs: Hand made hijabs, turbans, headbands, dresses, skirts and more 
  18. Omees Boutique : Cute and functional items for baby and mom 
  19. Ethnic Expressions : Beautiful and unique hijab pins
  20. Enekuri: Custom handmade cards inspired by world travel
  21. 40 awesome Muslim T-shirt designs: Great t-shirts that make great gifts for Eid!
  22. Shukr: My favorite Islamic clothing store
  23. AlHannah: Islamic clothing store
  24. The Cultural Village: Supporting artist around the world through Fair Trade. Retailer of unique handmade gifts- African jewelry, waist beads, shea butter, home decor, bags, purses, and coffee.
  25. Premier Fragrance International: Fine fragrances from around the world
  26. Scent Of The Soul: Oils, incense, body butters, and much more 
  27. Eastern Toybox: Fairtrade toys, games, decor and more!
  28. My Islamic Life: Prayer garments and jewelry 
  29. IslamicWallArt: Beautiful Islamic wall decals
  30. Princess Olive: They offer lots and lots of Islamic gifts for the whole family!
  31. Urban Hijab: Hijabs and modest clothing
  32. Jennah Jewels : New! Islamic chapter book series for kids

 

Know of any more shops that we may have missed? Please share them with us in the comment boxes below. As usual, we thank you so much for stopping by and we hope you’ll visit us again. :-)

Image via FreeDigitalPhotos.net and Stuart Miles

11 comments

  1. Aida says:

    Assalamu alaikum Sister. Urban Hijab is one more you can add. JazakAllah khair, there are so many I didn’t know of.

    • Jamila Alqarnain says:

      Walaikum asalam, wa yakum! Thank you for sharing another shop with us. I will add Urban Hijab today, inshalah. :-)

  2. Malaja Owens says:

    As Salaamu Alaikum!! We are having a pre-order event for “My Brand New Shoes” An Islamic children’s story where little Asiyah finds joy in wanting for her Sister what she wants for herself. Little readers will receive a poster with their book (if pre-ordered) that they can color. Once colored we are asking that they submit a pic and we will post it on our FaceBook and Pinterest pages. Whomover gets the most “likes” will receive an additional gift… well the top three with the most likes will get another gift, insha’Allah! :o )!!

    http://www.AdabAbleBooks.com

    MaSalaama!

    • Jamila Alqarnain says:

      Walaikum asalam, wow sounds like fun! Thanks so much for sharing. I’m sure there are a lot of moms who would love to get this book for their kids. Keep up the good work. :-)

  3. Sabrina says:

    S&B ISLAMIC GIFTS AND GEMS
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  5. Emma says:

    Hi!

    Jazakallah Khair for adding my shop to the list, I love what I do and I hope that many other Muslim brothers and sisters can love it too!

    http://www.facebook.com/pathoflightdesigns

  6. Abu Nura says:

    Assalamu’alaikum sister Jamila,

    JazakiAllah Khair for listing my blog on #21.

    I recently helped relaunch my wife’s website, Jannah Jewels. I’m sure some of your readers will enjoy her books.

    Here is the url: http://www.JannahJewels.com

    Ramadan Mubarak to you. May Allah give you taufeeq with your blog and your homeschooling endeavours.

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