Ramadan Tea Towels DIY – Cookie Cutters & Hand Stamped

These handmade Ramadan tea towels make the best decor, hostess gift or Eid gift

Published 3/11/2022

Ramadan Tea Towels DIY - Cookie Cutters & Hand Stamped by Eid Collective

Ramadan Tea Towels DIY – Cookie Cutters & Hand Stamped. It’s so much fun to make your own Ramadan craft. Especially one that’s so versatile, just think of all the ways you can use them. As a Ramadan hostess gift, Eid gifts to your family, as well, of course, in your own kitchen.

And you have different ways to achieve your looks. Use potatoes to create a block stamp look all over the towel. Or grab your Ramadan cookie cutters and make a cute pattern along the bottom of your Ramadan flour sack towels. Whatever you do, we want to see so make sure to tag us on IG!

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How to Create Ramadan Tea Towels with Cookie Cutters

How to Create a Ramadan Tea Towels with Cookie Cutters

Let’s talk supplies first. You can always skip to the bottom for all the supplies & instructions. Products are linked, or visit our Amazon storefront.

Place your towel over cardboard or another surface. Iron out the area you’ll be stamping on.

Once you’ve determined the pattern and colors. You’ll need to mix all of your colors with a few drops of fabric medium. This helps to soften the paint so it’s not so hard on your towel.

Dip your cookie cutters in the paint and do a test onto your white paper. If it looks good, go ahead and dip it back into the paint and place your first stamp onto the towel.

Repeat the process with your pattern until the towel is complete. We opted for a camel and star pattern along the bottom of the towel.

How to Create a Ramadan Tea Towels using Potato Stamps

How to Create a Ramadan Tea Towels using Potato Stamps

Iron your towel in the place you’ll be stamping. And determine your pattern and colors used.

Once that is done you’re going to:

  1. Cut your potato in half
  2. Insert the cookie cutter into the potato half way, take out
  3. Trim off any access pieces so you have a crisp figure from your cookie cutter

And mix the paint with a few drops of the painting medium. Now dip your potato stamps into the paint and stamp it onto the white paper as a test. If that’s good, stamp it back into the paint and stamp onto the towel in the desired location.

Continue with your pattern until you’re finished.

If you notice you have gaps in the paint. You can go in with your paint brush and fill in the gaps.

Enjoy your Ramadan tea towels! They make fantastic Eid or iftar host gifts as well!

Supplies for Both Towels

Instructions for Cookie Cutters Tea Towel

  1. Wash your towels
  2. Iron your towels out, or just the portion you’ll be painting
  3. Place cardboard or another surface behind the towel as it might leak through 
  4. Determine what pattern you’ll be doing with the cookie cutters
  5. Mix together your paint & fabric medium paint – just a few drops
  6. Dip your cookie cutter into the paint
  7. Stamp it onto the white paper as a test
  8. Now stamp it back into the paint 
  9. Stamp it onto the towel in the desired location
  10. Continue this with other colors/cookie cutters until your pattern is complete 
  11. Lay flat to dry for 24 hours

Instructions for Potato Stamps Tea Towel

  1. Wash your towels
  2. Iron your towels out, or just the portion you’ll be painting
  3. Place cardboard or another surface behind the towel as it might leak through
  4. Determine what pattern you’ll be doing with the potato stamps
  5. Cut your potato in half
  6. Insert the cookie cutter into the potato half way, take out
  7. Trim off any access pieces so you have a crisp figure from your cookie cutter
  8. Mix together your paint & fabric medium paint – just a few drops
  1. Dip your potato stamps into the paint
  2. Stamp it onto the white paper as a test
  3. Now stamp it back into the paint 
  4. Stamp it onto the towel in the desired location
  5. Continue this with other colors/potato stamps until your pattern is complete 
  6. Lay flat to dry for 24 hours

Showcase it! Once you’ve created Ramadan Tea Towels DIY – Cookie Cutters & Hand Stamped, make sure to tag us in your photos. We look forward to seeing how you’ve displayed it!

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