May 16, 2021

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Saudi artist designs special digital Eid cards with Amazon

One of the two digital Eid gift cards designed by Majd Shaker Juha
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If your Eidia this year comes in the form of a special edition of the digital gift card, you have Saudi artist Majd Shaker Juha to thank him for that.

The talented young force has teamed up with the online retailer to create Eid e-gift cards for the upcoming Eid Al Fitr celebrations. Jaha designs give a modern twist to Eid or the gift-giving tradition and is a favorite of both old and young.

Families and friends can purchase Amazon e-gift cards and send them online to their loved ones for a gift of their choice.


Saudi artist Majd Shaker Juha
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The young artist and Arab calligrapher behind the creatives developed her passion for drawing from an early age and succeeded in turning her passion into a profession with the launch of her website, MJD Studio.

Jaha, 22, is the author of two educational books on watercolor techniques, titled Learning to Watercolor and Learning to Draw Flowers. Jaha’s Amazon gift card designs are inspired by the engravings and motifs found on Khaleeji clothing, along with traditional ceremonial elements relevant to the region.

“I am very excited about this collaboration and would like to thank Amazon for the opportunity to use my work to represent this wonderful occasion, which brings happiness to so many people. I hope my designs will help inspire emerging artists not only in the GCC, but around the world.

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One of the two digital Eid gift cards designed by Majd Shaker Juha
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Cards can be purchased from the retailer’s website or app for up to AED 6,000. Recipients will receive an electronic notification and claim code where they can choose to either add the amount directly to their account or just directly apply the code during checkout when shopping. The card is valid for up to 10 years.