Sending a holiday card is still a great way to show far away friends and family that you’re thinking about them around Eid. I personally appreciate a physical card so much more than an ecard and I’m sure I’m not the only one. A festive Eid card can be put on the fridge, or a whole collection can be pinned to a ribbon to decorate the room.
During Eid you will visit friends and family, giving each something personal may be impossible. What is more, many may be out of your reach, either in the country of origin or across the continent.
Eid cards help fill this void. You can simply add your own personal message and some money and hand them whomever you’re visiting or send them over the old fashioned post.
I’ve also found a whole collection of Eid Mubarak cards at Zazzle. I hope you enjoy. Most of these are suitable for both Eid Ul-Fitr and Eid-al-Adha.
Shown above is a classical Muslim mosaic Eid Mubarak Card.