Enjoy the weekend with your family by creating these awesome and simple DIY crafts! Let the imagination run loose and get creative with these crafts, parents we know you’ll want to join in on these too!

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Check out 5 DIY Crafts to do this weekend, below.

Eid Bunting

Eid Bunting | DIY Crafts | QiDZ | Kids Activities in Dubai

Decorate the house to celebrate Eid with our Eid bunting.ย  Be sure to measure up and count how many triangles you’ll need and print! Cut out the small holes and thread ribbon or string through and hang!

Download the activity sheet here.

Create Your Own Misbaha

Create Your Own Misbaha | QIDZ | Kids Activities in Dubai

Misbaha or Tesbih are beads that are used by Muslims in order to keep track of their prayers. There are usually 99 or 33 beads on each misbaha, in groups of 33 or 11 with a marker bead in between.

Here’s a way to create your own!

DIY Paper Bracelet by Red Ted Art

DIY Paper Bracelet | DIY Crafts | QiDZ | Kids Activities in Dubai

Making a folded paper bracelet is a fun way to keep the kids busy and to use up old magazines or paper cut-offs. Use it for yourself or as a cute way of telling mum you love her!

Find out how to make your own here.

DIY Jar Aquarium

DIY Jar Aquarium | QiDZ | Kids Activities in Dubai

This mason jar aquarium is a fun pretend play toy to make for kids! They will love taking care of their fish without the fuss!

Find out how to make your own aquarium here!

Cardboard Mani Pedi

Cardboard Mani Pedi | DIY Crafts | QiDZ | Kids Activities in Dubai

Turn the house into a nail salon where the kids give the manis and pedis….to cardboard hands and feet! Once they get the hang of it, momma maybe you can be next! You can even do these with paper plates to make cutting the shape out a bit easier.

See more about this craft here.

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