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Silver Envelope + My Halal Kitchen = Sweet Dawah Kits for Ramadan, Eid and Islam

One of the most incredibly satisfying parts of my work this year has been a collaboration with the wonderfully creative founder of Silver Envelope, Raana Smith. She’s brilliant, has an eye for design and is a really nice person- and that’s what made this project so special. Raana and I worked together to combine our interests in food, beautiful packaging and sharing the true meaning of Islam, Ramadan, Eid ul Fitr and Eid ul Adha with those who may want to learn more about it…in the sweetest way possible.

  

 

 The Sweet Dawah Cupcake & Cookie Kits are ready for you to assemble and pass around to neighbors, friends, colleagues, classmates or simply anyone you’d like to share information with plus a little dessert. Each kit comes with a fold out card that explains a particular topic: Ramadan, Eid ul Fitr, Islam, or Eid ul Adha, so they are perfect for grabbing a box on the said occasion or topic and filling them with your favorite cookie or cupcake- or you can use my recipe for Chocolate Cupcakes with Creamy Coffee Frosting or Orange Zest Sugar Cookie that comes inside of each box.

There is even ribbon and a cupcake holder to help keep the precious sweets stable in transport. Everything you need to make the cutest, most adorable package together is all in one box.

 

 

 

And the best part is that you don’t have to struggle with words or fumble around with craft paper and scissors to figure out how to best describe the occasions, since that is already included in the card. We hope you and those you give them to will enjoy them as much as we enjoyed creating them.

          

Purchase online at SilverEnvelope.com and soon to come on the My Halal Kitchen Shop soon, too, inshallah! Each box is $15.00 plus shipping.

To kick off Ramadan, I’m giving away one Sweet Dawah Islam Cupcake Kit and one Sweet Dawah Ramadan Cupcake Kit to two randomly selected individuals who comment on this post. Just tell me how you would use either kit during the month and all relevant comments will be entered to win. Please read our Official Giveaway Guidelines page (here) before entering, as a comment entered indicates you have read it.

Giveaway ends at 12:01 am on July 13, 2013.

 

UPDATE- Winners of this contest are: Sharmin Panjvani and Maryam (JodiMof3). Please contact me by sending an email through this link with your full name, mailing address (no P.O. Box) and phone number.

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24 comments

  1. Sharmin Panjvani

    These would be lovely to give out in my kids’ classrooms to teach their classmates about our holidays! They are always sad that no one knows what Eid is but everyone knows Christmas. Lovely idea!

  2. I would use these kits at an iftar or Eid dinner where interfaith members of the community are welcomed. They seem so festive, they would add a lovely decoration to the table.

  3. well I kinda just started little business retail…islamic attire and jewelry amongst some other small items. I thought this might be good to pass out as a desert at my iftar/advertising demo..smiles…does this have your website on it as well it could b good for us both..insha Allah..thanx for listening

  4. I would use these kits to decorate sweet treats to give my non muslim neighbours. Thanks for a wonderful product and great giveaway.

  5. I would share them at my workplace. As far as I know, I’m the only Muslim in my department so people are always shocked to learn I’m fasting for Ramadan.

  6. Mashallah, what a lovely idea! I was actually planning on making a little treat package today to hand out to my neighbors! I like the idea of information about Ramadan (or Eid or Islam) being on the attached card. I am gonna recommend these for the annual Look-in on Ramadan dinner for the general community held at my Masjid inshallah. Keep up the good work ladies! :)

  7. I will keep them on the common desk area in my university so that all my non Muslim lab colleagues and professors can have a tasty treat along with an understanding of what Ramadan/Eid is all about.

    It’s an amazing idea, Mash’Allah! Keep up the great work.

  8. Assalam O Alaikum,
    May you have a blessed Ramadan!
    I would love to send them as gifts to my neighbours to raise awareness about the month of Ramadan and what it means.
    InshAllah!

  9. Assalamu Alaikum,

    My daughters really love decorating and getting in the festive mood for Ramadan.
    We are still brainstorming on what to make for their cousins for Eid this year. Last year we sent everyone home made cards. I think if I win this kit then it would be nice for us to use it and make gifts for our family and friends, Inshallah.

    Ramadan Kareem to everyone!

    Jazakhallah Kheir

  10. ASA & Ramadan Mubarak!

    As soon as I saw the kits, I told my daughter what a creative and bright idea for Ramadan, Eid as well as other events i.e kids birthdays, Ameens, baby showers etc…The card with knowledge is an excellent way to give via education! Kudos for an excellent idea and a way to spread awareness about our Deen ma shaa’Allah!

    Jzk

  11. I’d use them to wrap Mocha Cupcakes as take home favors at Eid dinner. The products on the site are all so lovely and would give a festive touch to any occasion.

  12. This is such a chic creative idea!!! InshaAllah I will use this Sweet Dawah Ramadan Kit to share with my neighbors and childcare parents. I already talk about Islam when the opportunity arises. And this will be a good way to introduce the benefits of Ramadan to them. JazakAllah and Ramadan Mubarak to all :)

  13. These are adorable! Makes busy mommas lives so much easier while still being able to involve the kids in a project. The prepped cards and bags are such a time saver. Love it!

  14. I always invite my entire family for iftaar at least once during the month of Ramadaan. And I would place these beauties at each place setting. They would Love it!!

  15. I think this is a great idea! It is a perfect way to “pay it forward” and to inform others about Islam in a cute and attractive way. LOVE IT!!!!! :)

  16. love these. I am not creative at all so even if I tried to create these myself, it will never work. I want to use these for my colleagues.:-)

  17. We participate in an Interfaith Summer Lunch Program that provide lunches for children who receive subsidized lunches during the school year. Since the program coincides with Ramadan and Eid this year and last, we’re planning an Eid and Appreciation party. This would be an awesome idea to use and share inShaaAllah

  18. I would use these to distribute treats to my neighbors!

  19. What a warmth filled thing to receive when all seems lost!!
    My friends get together to make goody bags for muslim foster children ,this will definately bring smiles on those little faces.

  20. I live in a mixed community of people that are low income and people who are elderly and just home buyers. Inshallah I would hand the cookie and or cupcake kits out to my neighbors Muslim and also non Muslim! I love to give out sweet treats to my neighbors especially during Ramadan because I feel nobody can say not to a sweet treat at least I can’t! :-) and with the added knowledge that it comes along with it all the better!

  21. Aslamoalaikum and Ramadan Mubarak,

    Great idea to distribute to my non-Muslim in some case Muslim friends and colleages. This will provide some knowledge about islam:)

    Jazakumullakhair
    Khaula

  22. ooh. this would be perfect to fill with like walnut-date cupcakes and give to my professors and neighbors.

  23. ooh. this would be perfect to fill with like walnut-date cupcakes and give to my professors and neighbors.

  24. I would love to take treats to my co workers in this package. As they munched on the treat we could have some sweet dialogue about Islam