Pop up mosque!

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Salaam Aleikum,

The days of Ramadan are running away, time goes fast when you have a lot to do in them : ) I really feel sorry to spam you with craft tutorials every time I make a post. Khayr inshallah I really hope you enjoy them : ). I would be so happy to see how these Ramadan freebies turned out in your homes, if you want please send me a link to your blog or send me an email with a photo inshaallah.

Today it’s time to show you the tutorial for the pop-up mosque card. The download template is at the bottom of this post. I have made them in both “Ramadan Mubarak” versions and in “Eid Mubarak” versions (Svenska and English). I have made them with “Eid Mubarak” in many different languages, may be “Ramadan Mubarak” would be interesting too for you sisters and borthers? (Eid craft templates and freebies are coming in about 1-2 weeks inshallah)

Anyway, Ramadan Mubarak to you all and have a happy crafting time!



1. Download the popup mosque template and print out. I used paper but a thin card would probably be OK too. Using some scissors or craft knife with ruler to trim around the edge of the template.

2. Use your craft knife  to score along all the solid lines.

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4. When you have scored along all the solid lines start folding along the first line (from the bottom) and press very gently along with the dotted line. Work your way up and gently fold and press along all dotted lines.

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5. Now press down the mosque and fold it inwards. Make sure you fold it in carefully and press with your fingers on the lines. To make the lines even more sharp use a bone folder and press along the side.

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6. Fold up and now you should have I paper pop-up mosque looking like this. Put some glue on the backside and glue it on an A5 paper (fold the paper in the middle before you glue on the pop-up mosque.

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12 Responses to Pop up mosque!

  1. farnaz 27 May, 2015 at 16:15 #

    what a fantastic job! dear would you please put the pdf arabic file as well? thank you xx

  2. farnaz 27 May, 2015 at 16:17 #

    the quality of jpg files aren’t good as the pdf ones, thank you in advance!

  3. Asma 30 June, 2015 at 02:06 #

    salamu alaikum

    Sis just wondering if I was to print out the template do I print it out on A4 paper and then stick it on A5 paper. Or do I print it on A5 paper and stick it on A5?

    Kind Regards

    • Sweet Fajr 3 July, 2015 at 19:10 #

      wa Aleikum Salaam sister,

      You print it on A4 paper inshallah and then stick it on A5 paper : )

      / Umm Jabir

  4. juemie 10 July, 2015 at 04:25 #


    Tq for sharing sister..already tried and gave it to someone…i hope you will keep sharing this kind of thing. nice to try.

  5. Fahmi 15 July, 2015 at 12:24 #

    What type of paper do you use? I mean the name of paper.
    Sorry for my bad english, i’m from indonesia

  6. Fahmi 15 July, 2015 at 14:47 #

    What type of paper do you use? I mean hvs, glossy, or another? Thank you
    Sorry for my bad english

  7. Kerime 25 April, 2017 at 10:48 #

    Thank you so much preparing these cards in Turkish too!

  8. popp 13 May, 2017 at 09:32 #

    Thank you so much to this great tutorial and printable.. Jazakumullah Khairan Katsir..

  9. Melanie 29 May, 2017 at 14:24 #

    Very beautiful and creative. May Allah bless you more sister.

  10. R 31 May, 2017 at 14:13 #

    OMG it’s just fabulous !! You are extremely gifted! what talent! Thank you a thousand times for all these tricks! Thanks to you our celebrations will be more beautiful! May Allah bless you!! <3


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