With Ramadan around the corner, I’m sure you’re looking for easy craft ideas that you can make with your children to decorate for the holy month. Here, at Home Synchronize, our goal is to simplify Arabic calligraphy for everyone to enjoy and especially our children. We’re super excited to share with you our new product! Click on the video to see how easy it is to use our self-adhesive Arabic Calligraphy Cardstock
Arabic calligraphy is precut on self-adhesive cardstock. Just peel and stick! No need for glue (which means less mess to clean-yay)! The adhesive is not permanent so gently peel off to reposition.
Where should you apply our self-adhesive Arabic Calligraphy cardstock?
I like to apply it on scrapbook paper then frame it. Super easy and will last a long time. Here are some pieces that I sold at ICNA a couple of years ago using self-adhesive cardstock.
Another option is to apply our self-adhesive Arabic calligraphy cardstock on canvas. I had my 10 year old try it but the adhesive on the cardstock was not strong enough to stay in place. If your goal is to teach your child Arabic alphabets and introduce them to Arabic calligraphy art, then the cardstock would be perfect! However, if you want to turn it into a piece of art to decorate your home with, then I highly recommend that you top it with a layer of ModPodge to protect it. You may need to help your child with this step as the cardstock pieces will not stick to the canvas.
You can also apply it to wood canvas, or wood block but I highly recommend that you top it off with a layer of ModPodge to protect it.
I hope you’ll love this new product as much as we do!
If you’d like to give our self-adhesive Arabic calligraphy cardstock a try , then click here to visit our shop.
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