Mohon Anak Dalam Kandungan Sihat & Selamat

Ya Allah..
Lindungilah zuriatku selama dia berada di dalam kandunganku dan berikanlah dia sihat..

Engkaulah yang Maha Menyembuh dan tiada sembuh melainkan penyembuhanMu, penyembuhan yang tidak meninggalkan penyakit.



Ya Allah..
Jadikan ia dengan rupa paras yang cantik dan baik serta tetapkan hatinya dalam iman kepadaMu dan utusanMu.



Ya Allah..
Lahirkan ia daripada perutku dengan senang dan selamat. Berikan ia kesihatan yang baik, kepandaian dan kesempurnaan akal fikiran serta berilmu dan beramal.



Ya Allah..
Lanjutkan usianya, sihatkan tubuh badannya, baikkan tingkah lakunya, lancarkan pertuturannya, merdukan suaranya untuk membaca al-Quran dan hadis dengan berkat Nabi Muhammad dan segala pujian untuk Tuhan sekalian alam.
Amin.

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Sunday, February 21, 2010

DIY Tissue Pomanders

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These step-by-step instructions will show you how to make Marinag’s gorgeous Tissue Pomanders. (community article)

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Supplies:
Styrofoam Balls: Sold at craft stores such as Michaels.  For this guide, Marina used 3” balls.
Tissue Paper: For each pomander, you’ll need approximately 72 sheets of tissue paper cut to be 5” x 7”
Scissors
Wire: Sold at hardware stores
Wire Cutters: Sold at hardware stores
Cost: $2 - $5 each
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Step 1

Cut each sheet of tissue paper to 5” x 7”.

Step 2

Stack 4 sheets of tissue and fan fold all the way up.

Step 3
Tie some wire around the middle of the tissue. You’ll need to play around with it to get a feel for how much you’ll need. Be sure to leave a little extra since that’s what you stick in the Styrofoam.

Step 4
Start pulling the tissue sheets up one at a time. Left then Right.  Continue until all the tissue is pulled up and it looks like a flower.

Step 5
           
Stick the wire under the flower in the Styrofoam ball.  Keep placing flowers all the way the ball until it’s full.  Play around with the placement to make the flower as tight or loose as you’d like.

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