Hello everyone and welcome one more time to our blog. Today we are going to show you some Arabic String Arts where we will see some arabic letters, names in arabic, arabic phrases and islamic verses. Currently I am studying arabic lenguaje and arabic calligraphy and I feel that I am a lover of this culture, so I am going to try to translate each one so you know what it says. Ialla or let’s go!
Let’s start with some arabic letters String Art with beautiful calligraphy.
The first is the letter “و”, we pronunce it as “waw” if it’s isolated or “uu” if it’s in the middle or the end of a noun. It also works to join two phrases, is our “and”. At the site nailstring.com you can see more works like this one by Emine Kara.
These two letters are the initials of a couple made by A Crafty Arab for their wedding day. These “ق” (faa) and “ن” (nuun) letters. You can see the full tutorial step by step in his site.
MY MOTHER IN ARABIC
You can also choose to pay tribute to your mother with this fabulous String Art that says “أمي” (Umi), that is “my mother”. We really love this beautiful design by Jwana Al Sha’lan and you can see more pictures at his Behance Gallery.
NAME PATRICIA IN ARABIC
An excellent option is also a String Art with your name in Arabic. In this created by Monica Artwork we can read “باتريثيا”, witch means Patricia, although it is really written “Baatriiziaa” because the letter “P” and “C” do not exist in Arabic.
PATIENCE IS BEAUTIFUL IN ARABIC
Another idea is to write a beautiful sentence in Arabic, using a beautiful calligraphy, for your String Art. This one says “فصبر حميل” (“fa sabrun jameel”) and it means “patience is beautiful”. We have seen this beautiful Arabic String Art at Izza Shahid Pinterest.
Now we start with religious Arabic String Art.
“الله” Allah means God and there are many ways to write it in many different calligraphies, each one more beautiful than the other. You can buy this on Etsy
This one is stunning due to its design and the bright green thread used.
THANKS GOD IN ARABIC
In this other String Art we can read “الحمد لله” (“alhamdulillah”) is literally “Praise be to Lord”, but muslims use it as “Thank Lord”. Pay attention to his beautiful calligraphy! If you like it, it’s avaliable on Etsy.
THE MERCIFUL IN ARABIC
“الرحيم” means “The merciful” and is one of the names of Allah. As you can see in these two islamic String Art, there are many ways to write the same by using several calligprahies and ornaments. The second one it’s on sale at Etsy.
MY GOD DON’T BE FAR FROM ME IN ARABIC
We finish this article with a verse that says “يا إلهي لا تبعد عني”, meaning “My lord, don’t be far from me” and it’s calligraphy it’s impressive. It0s avaliable on Etsy.
We hope you liked these arabic String Art and see you soon!
Thanks to Zim & Zou to share with us this amazing free String Art pattern. We can see all the alphabet letters on it!
If you wanna know how it will be once made, there is thig incredible animated gif!
You can see more pics from this project by clicking the following link: Weave type
We hope you find it interesting and useful in order to make DIY String Art names.
You can learn how to make it by watching this tutorial by ChuladasCreativas-.
I hope you enjoy it!
Via Studs And Lacess
via utilidadTV on Youtube
Via Cristina alvaga on Youtube
Here you have a lovely an easy String Art project to make with your own or with your kids. You only need:
- Flat Head Thumb Tacks
- Map Tacks
- Monogram or Image for Project (sized to fit corkboard)
- Sheet of White Tissue Paper
- Fabric Scissors
- Marker or Pencil
Follow the step by step showed on the video and enjoy it.
via Kin Community on YOutube.