When I was pregnant with Mr. Blueberry I was looking for ways to decorate his room and at the same time bring an islamic touch to it. I believe the foundations of faith are laid in early childhood and we, as parents, need to start educating our children about Allah and our deen from the very beginning. The most important thing you can teach your child early on is to love Allah and His Messenger (peace and blessings be upon him). Let them get to know Allah and His Messenger (peace and blessings be upon him) in a *fun* way. Make Islam a part of their daily life and one of the ways you can do this early on is by *visualizing* Islam in your house and in their room. Instead of decorating the walls in your little one`s nursery with Disney figures, choose for a pretty picture of a mosque. Or of the Ka`ba.
Here are 5 ideas to give that islamic touch to your kids` room. Some are cheap and you can easily make them yourself while others can be custom designed to your taste.
1. Islamic posters
Mr. Blueberry has 2 posters in his room: one with the five pillars of Islam and one with the saying *Allah created... Everything.* To make them even more playful I made some frames around the posters with washi tape. I ordered these posters online from this store.
2. Islamic frames
3. Child Protection Dua
Little Wings Gallery has amazing Islamic wall art and designs. You can have a frame custom made with the name of your little one and the dua for the protection of a child.
4. Arabic wall stickers
I love the work from Simply Impressions. You could have your child`s name written in Arabic as a wall sticker.
5. Islamic wall stickers
Or you could choose one of their beautiful designs for children. This would brighten up any room, maa shaa Allah.
In shaa Allah, this post serves as an inspiration! Did you add some islamic deco to your little one`s room? What would you add to this list of ideas?