17 Not-So-Typical Décor Ideas You Should Try This Raya (And The Next Too)
1. Eid Mubarak Paper Lanterns
These pastel, polka-dotted paper lanterns are sure to bring some Raya cheer to the house. Hang the lanterns up as a garland to inspire a smile or two!
This easy-peasy DIY mostly involves folding and glueing, making it a fun project for kids too! Head on over here for the free printable and tutorial.
2. Colour-Blocked Utensils
Wouldn't these look super cute on your Raya dining table? Give your plain ol' utensils lying around in the kitchen a fun splash of colour!
This simple project only requires paint, tape, clear enamel, and foil. Click here for more photos of these colour-blocked cuties!
3. Raya-Themed Candle Holders
Unleash your inner hipster with this cool DIY project! Sure, it requires a fair bit of effort, but wouldn't these candle holders make a uniquely festive addition to your home?
The fun part kicks in when the moulded concrete dries and you can start painting it with your favourite colours! Read on for the full **tutorial.
4. Typography Cake Toppers
5. Tassel Garland
Looking for a way to dress up a blank wall? Just grab some embroidery threads, gold ribbon, twine, and a hot glue gun!
To add a hint of sophistication, you can also use gold thread to hang the garland. Read on for the full tutorial.
6. Quilled Ketupat
7. Accented Vases
Time to bring some colour to those plain vases! The quickest way to do it? Washi tape. To really highlight your theme colours, choose washi tapes that match the rest of your decoration.
The best part? You can peel them off and stick a new colour scheme for your next party! Keen on this DIY project? Check out the tutorial.
8. Geometric Backdrop
How about a more abstract interpretation of ketupat? Not only do these gorgeous geometric gems add a pop of colour to your home, but they double as a minimalistic-chic photo backdrop too!
These pretty pieces are so easy to make; all you need to do is fold and glue some coloured cards. Here's the tutorial.
9. Gold-Dipped Vase
Gorgeous floral arrangements can be beautifully complemented by these gold-bottomed vases. They make look luxe, but this DIY costs next to nothing!
If you have some plain, transparent vases lying around the house, try out this handy technique and add a golden edge to your flower decor.Here's the tutorial.
10. Striped Serving Tray
Ah, the many wonders of washi tape! Serve your tea-time kuih raya treats in style with this insanely easy trick!
Just stick washi tape strips onto the base of a serving tray to give it a brand-new look! Experiment with different patterns and colours to get a one-of-a-kind design! This simple DIY can be viewed here.
11. Colourful Candle Holders
12. Puff Paint Doilies
13. Washi Tape Photo Frames
14. Paper Flower Pomanders
Need simple floral arrangements that lasts the whole week of Raya celebration? Why not make your own?
These dainty little flower pomanders will nicely spruce up the house and can be used around the dining table too. Here's the tutorial.
15. Moroccan-Inspired Candle Holders
16. Geometric Lanterns
Get in on the geometric craze with these modern-day lanterns! An idea: hang a whole bunch of them in various colours and sizes to create a dramatic photo backdrop. Makes for a fun little feature for when the guests come over too!
Grab some crepe paper and head on over to the tutorial.
17. Moon Pinata
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