Giveaway: Lantern Court

Still in the market for Eid decorations? Then check out Lantern Court for party supplies to make this Eid a festive one! Order soon to get them in time for Eid!

This adorable garden flag is a great way for announcing Eid. Your guests will love the warm Eid welcome and look forward to the fun decorations you have inside your home.

Lantern Court Eid Garden Flag

I would really make this garden banner work for me by also using it inside my home. It would make a lovely backdrop for a Eid dinner/dessert table.  Use the colors as inspiration to decorate your home for the Eid.

You can even hang it on your front door.  Use it as you like! Best of all, it’s reusable so you’ll cherish it for years to come.

Using the Rafflecopter form below, enter to win one Lantern Court Eid Garden Flag. Open to US residents only.
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46 Responses to Giveaway: Lantern Court

  1. Saadia says:

    Oh interesting ideas…I would love to use it indoors too,maybe on the main door or in the dining room on Eid day.Lovely colors too…!

    • Ammara says:

      For some reason it wouldnt let me comment, hence commenting to a response in order to get an entry in. Hope thats ok :)

      this is a beautiful eid flag! would love to put it on my front door, my front lawn, even on the window by the front door and dressing it up with eid lights in the background to greet guest as they come over on eid. i would later use it as decor/wall art in my girls room. Thank you for all these giveaways :)

  2. Abeer says:

    I would love to use this colorful decor near my mail box or even tied/taped on to the mail box!

  3. Mona says:

    This would look great right outside the house so everyone knows it’s Eid. It would be a great dawah opportunity ;) .

  4. Omee says:

    I would place it outside my house :) Beautiful Flag!

  5. Johanna says:

    I would certainly put this in my butterfly garden

  6. Farida says:

    I don’t have a backyard since I live in an apartment rental but I’d love to gift it to someone who does. It would be perfect for an outdoor summer Eid party!

  7. Laila Khan says:

    What a wonderful way to share the celebratory tastes of Eid. I would love to have any of these lovely prizes (or all) and am so excited to slowly collect these goodies. Being a stay at home mom constantly on a budget, winning would sure be sweet but overall excited about all the great stuff out there! JZK for sharing Amnah!!!

  8. Sakina Towery says:

    I would so use it in the house for EID decoration. I go a little crazy when it comes to decorating the house up.

  9. Mimi says:

    I would put it up on my front yard, or on my front door :)

  10. Ruba says:

    I would put it outside my house to get everyone into the Eid spirite

  11. sumaiya says:

    outside my house!

  12. Sama says:

    This would be a great greeting for the entry way.

  13. Keisha Francis says:

    This would be great in my garden!

  14. Amina says:

    We host a kids Eid picnic at the park every year and this would be a great addition to the decor!

  15. Maryam Sami says:

    Asa, may be inshAllah at the front door. Hope to win isnhA!

  16. Kristina says:

    I would put my flag as a door hanging banner. I have just started collecting decorations and this would be perfect!

  17. LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE it.

  18. Saba says:

    Would definitely decorate my door entry way or in my large living room area :)

  19. Javeria says:

    I would place it outside my house sicne I have guests coming in for eid party.. some of them will be coming for the first time :)

  20. Hina khan says:

    Oooooo its beautiful!!!! :)

  21. Nora says:

    I really love your ideas of how to use the banner. .I would probably let mine hang on the door for all the neighbors to see! !

  22. Saira Siddiqui says:

    I’d love to use it outside!

  23. Sazia Riaz says:

    Insha Allah in my patio!

  24. Sazia Riaz says:

    Insha Allaha in my patio!!!!

  25. Amina Salem says:

    I would definite use this inside my home or backyard for Eid festivities!

  26. fatema khan says:

    I would use this on my front door

  27. Faria Sharmeen says:

    Putting it behind the dinner table is a great idea. I would use it that way!

  28. Sarah says:

    I would use it outside my house.

  29. Cece Zaou says:

    We would put out in front of our town home. It would look beautiful!

  30. R.U. says:

    apt balcony

  31. Eva says:

    Beautiful! I would put it inside my house to make it more festive! Maybe above the fireplace or in the family room.

  32. Sumiya says:

    I would but it out on our front porch!

  33. Sana says:

    I’d love to use this in my window is a center display! My kids would love it!!

  34. Aamna says:

    This is a perfect way to decorate the outside of the house! love it!

  35. Sumaiya Arif says:

    I would put it up over the fireplace along with other decoration.

  36. khadijah says:

    its too beautiful to leave outside for the rain to ruin:) i would most likely use it , as you said, as a backdrop for my dessert table inshaAllah!

  37. Nura says:

    Too cute! I would put it outside on my front lawn :)

  38. Eman says:

    I would love to put this out front, so everyone could see that we were celebrating.

  39. Halima says:

    This is SOOO cute!!!! If I don’t win it, I might buy one anyway! (But I REALLY hope I win, insha’Allah!)

  40. ivana says:

    I would totally use this in my front yard

  41. Farhana says:

    Oh how I’d love to hang this!

    JAK.

  42. Iram says:

    i would hang in my front door

  43. This would look perfect in our front yard!

  44. shazia Saleem says:

    Such a beautiful flag. I would love put it outside the house and/or window with lights.
    Reply

  45. rema shuman says:

    Very nice addition to eid decorations.

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