Crescent Moon and Stars Cake Topper
Eid al-Fitr marks the end of Ramadan. This glittery moon-and-stars garland ends the celebration on a sweet note — guaranteed.
Photography: Manal Aman
Source: Martha Stewart
- Bamboo skewers
- Glitter cardstock in gold and silver
- Crescent moon paper punch
- Star paper punch
- Small hole punch
Using a paper punch, make a moon and stars from glittered cardstock. (Tip: If you don't have a moon-shaped paper punch, trace a circular object such as a teacup onto paper to create a crescent moon from the cardstock and cut using scissors.)
Make holes at the top of each star and of the crescent using a hole punch.
Measure a length of twine and cut using scissors. Thread twine through each shape and tie to the twine hanging between the bamboo skewers. (Tip: Tying at different heights will create added visual interest.)
Tie twine so it hangs between two bamboo skewers.