Eid ul-Fitr or often knows as Eid, marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadhan.
In Brunei, Eid is more commonly known as “Hari Raya Aidilfitri” or “Hari Raya Puasa”. Hari Raya, literally means ‘Celebration Day’. Days before Eid ul-Fitr, shopping malls and bazaars are normally flocked with people doing their rounds of shopping which creates a distinctive festive atmosphere throughout the country, along with traffic mayhem. Almost all banks, government and privates offices are closed for two days (or more) during the duration of the Eid festivities.
The night before Eid ul-Fitr is filled with the sounds of chanting the “takbir” in the mosques. The most awaited part would be the morning of Eid; with all the food fiestas and traditional delicacies are served during this day, meeting grandparents, families and other relatives are the highlight moment for all the people. We seek forgiveness from the elderly and catching up with other families are simply a normal routine on Eid ul-Fitr.
The kids and children are the happiest cutesies during Eid ul-Fitr. Not forgetting my little angels who were really excited on the morning of Eid. Wearing new malay costumes (Baju Melayu for the boys and Baju Kurong for the girls) and they all are ready to go making house visits the whole day!
Here I managed to pull out a layout with a picture of them taken with their little “auntie” in green Baju Kurong. Look how happy they were and we sure really enjoyed this year’s Eid ul-Fitr!
I love KIKI ART truly much! They carried a varieties of festive colors for their paper lines. Normally Eid ul-Fitr is associated with green and gold hence the max use of green in the layout! *hehe*
Familia Collection – Parejita
Jardin Collection – Primavera D
Magica Collection – Burbujas W
Others: Stickles, Black Pen, Black Marker, Glimmer mists
This would probably my last post this month. Gonna miss you all but please do hang out here at Kiki Art blogs more often and enjoy the creation galores by all my talented Co-DTs!