Blog Party Giveaway!



A year ago, on September 20, 2013 I created the Sketchy Muslims Facebook page in order to share notes that I'd taken, in the hopes of benefitting others. Over the course of the year, I've received great feedback and encouragement both within the Muslim community, as well as the Sketchnoting/Visual Thinking community. I've connected with some really cool people, been able to share sketchnotes on a variety of lecture topics, and even got the chance to be featured in a book. It's been a really exciting and rewarding year to say the least, and God willing only just the beginning for what's to come here on Sketchy Ummah.

I truly appreciate every share, retweet, comment, du'a, etc. that I've received over the course of the year, and wanted to show my appreciation by giving away FREE stuff! All you have to do to enter to win is RSVP (once) for the party below, and indicate what your top 3 prizes are.

The blog party closes on September 30th at 11:59 pm EST, and prizes will be announced on October 3rd. 

Sketchnoting/Visual Note Taking Prizes 


A three hour online course by Sunni Brown, author of The Doodle Revolution & co-author of GameStorming, with step-by-step instruction.

Sketchnote Handbook Digi-Pack

The Kindle version of Mike Rhode's first book The Sketchnote Handbook: An Illustrated Guide to Visual Note Taking, plus access to the Sketchnote Handbook Video Edition  on Udemy. 

The Sketchnote Workbook

A physical copy of Mike Rhode's second book, The Sketchnote Workbook: Advanced Techniques for Taking Visual Notes You Can Use Anywhere. Since I was one of the contributors to this book the publishers were nice enough to send me 2 copies, so I'll mail you one of my own personal copies + a note if you win. 


An ebook with 128 activities to help you develop your visual note taking skills, by Doug Neill. 


Islamic Prizes 


Access to an exclusive collection of Qur'anic and Arabic courses taught by Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan.  Generously sponsored by Hanif J. Williams.

[NEW]  Online Class with Ribaat

Through the Ribaat program, Rabata.org offers college-level Islamic knowledge for women worldwide via online interactive classes. The winner of this prize will receive their choice of one course from the Ribaat Spring 2015 term. (ladies only)


A Long Live The Deen T-shirt and wristband, plus a Muslims of the African Diaspora DVD featuring Sheikh Muhammad  Heshaam Jaaber.


Your choice of any five of Ad-Duha's tafseer book series for children. The series features coloring pages, simplified tafseer, bold readable Arabic text with tashkeel (vowel marking), translation, transliteration and special facts that make each surah unique.


Creative Motivations' set of beautifully designed 4x6 cards printed on both sides with a Name of Allah printed in Arabic, English and transliteration, as well as an easy to understand explanation of the Name's meaning. 

Quran Study Pack

A bundle of three great products from Creative Motivations to help your family in their Quran memorization. The gorgeous full color Quran Memorization Card Starter Set features 10 laminated 4x6 cards, featuring the last 10 suwar in Arabic with tashkeel (vowel markings), transliteration, a verse-by-verse English translation, a relevant tafseer or hadith and more! Keep motivation for memorization high with a set of Quran Memorization Achievement Badges  and a  colorful Dry-Erase Quran Memorization Chart. 


Also from Creative Motivations, a colorful and fun hands-on magnet set for toddlers, featuring pictures of Allah's creation. 


A pack of 5 Noor Kids Books featuring fun characters, stories, activities and discussion questions. Books included in the pack are: Noor Kids go to Hajj, Noor Kids Discover Patience, Honestly Speaking, Family Matters, and Noor Kids Discover their Blessings. You can check out a Free Sample here.

How Big Is Allah? (2 winners)

 Written and illustrated by Emma Apple, How Big Is Allah? takes children of a journey of discovery using astronomy and the natural world to help them understand the Creator. How Big Is Allah? is written according to the Sunnah and does not describe Allah in any physical or material way.  

Thanks so Much to ALL of the Amazing Prize Sponsors!


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