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FREE Downloads: Kindness Cards + Print

Hello! I am back to share with you something I intended to share last week. I am sorry it is late – I needed to unexpectedly take some time off. I am slowly getting back into the swing of things. All will be good. šŸ™‚

My dear, generous and creative friend Kristina Proffitt created TWO adorable FREE downloads that were inspired by the Share Handmade Kindness Challenge.

The first is a set of printable cards that would be perfect to give to kids. Or adults! This was very well suited for last weeks kids challenge… but could also be used anytime! How cute are these? All you do is download for free HERE and print!

Kristina Proffitt for Jennifer McGuire Ink

Adorable, aren’t they? I will be using these in the lunches I make for my kids… and also giving them to some friends. They would be great added on cards, too. You could even leave a few of these for strangers to find and smile! (That’s this week’s challenge.)

Kristina Proffitt for Jennifer McGuire Ink

Kristina also has a fabulous kindness print available to download for free HERE. This one is going up in our family room for all to see…

Kristina Proffitt for Jennifer McGuire Ink

Thank you, Kristina, for sharing these with us. You are a gem.

How do you plan to use these? Let me know in the comments. Enjoy!


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49 thoughts on “FREE Downloads: Kindness Cards + Print”

  1. Thank You for sharing these adorable cards. This is perfect timing because I have lots of great nieces and nephews who will be in town for Thanksgiving. I can’t wait to slip them into a purse or a jacket pocket or maybe under a pillow. It will be fun to watch them to try and figure out who left them. It will bring lots of smiles for sure. I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving as well.

  2. Although our elementary school has an ongoing anti-bullying campaign, teaching children to be kind is the responsibility of all of us–one would hope starting within the family. As a 1st grade volunteer, I plan to print the “Cool to be Kind” sign for each 1st grade classroom and take them in with me next week. Thank you for these downloads!

  3. I would give some to my niece to put in her children’s lunch bags and I would send some randomly to my young grandsons because they LOVE getting mail! LOL.

  4. Thank you so much for sharing Kristina’s wonderful downloads! It will be fun to share the Love Notes with my first grade friend, Karla. I’m going to print and frame the ‘Cool to Be Kind’ sign for our back hallway. I just love it.
    Sending heartfelt hugs, Jennifer. Please don’t worry... we are carrying on ‘Share Handmade Kindness’ this week. We love you! ā™”

  5. It’s cool to be kind is a motto I’ve heard my granddaughter (age 15) repeat often. We’ve even spoken about different ways people can show kindness. She doesn’t understand rudeness. You see, she was born and raised in Asia and kindness is all about the people and customer service. We Americans sure can learn a lot by one visit to anywhere in Asia to become addicted to being kind. You don’t even think about it. It becomes natural. So that being said, the wall hanging is going in her bedroom for all her friends to witness.

  6. They’re FABULOUS and FUN too!!!
    No lunch boxes at our house but I will be putting them in cards for an extra, cheery surprise. I might print off and frame the print to display in our house, thinking about giving some framed ones to our extend families, especially those with kids and teens, a great motivation to remind everyone to be KIND šŸ™‚
    THANK YOU for sharing this with us Jennifer!!!
    I have been to visit Kristina and left her a big THANK YOU for being SO KIND, COOL and GENEROUS too!!!

  7. Thank you and Kristina so much. I plan to take these to our nursing home and surprise some of the residents there. They are always so happy to receive anything.

  8. Hey Jennifer,
    Praying all is well with you and yours! I am taking a journaling/documenting class from Amy Tangerine, which I am loving, and I plan to use them in some of my spreads. This is my homework and I can’t wait to get them printed and added to some of my journaling pages!!
    Thank you so much Kristina and Jennifer for sharing your designs with us!
    Beth k

  9. Aww…these are so cute! I’m thinking of printing the out then bundling them with a pen and some washi tape for my friends with kids. šŸ˜€

  10. Thank you, Jennifer, for sharing these with all of us. I cannot wait to share them with my children to give their children, my grandchildren. Just love the whole idea.

  11. I draw funny pictures and add little notes in my granddaughters backpack . They have to be simple since she is in 1st grade but she loves getting them. She now does the same thing to her friends and relatives. Thank you Jennifer and Kristina for making these – I’ll write the sentiments for my notes.

  12. Thank you so much for the downloads. I am going to put my fuse tool to work and make these into shaker pockets. Then turn them into bookmarks.

  13. I am planning to use these lovely cards–the sentiments on them–in a card with the small envelopes from Waffle Flower that I plan to send to my granddaughters. I also thought I would send my daughter a set.

  14. My kids have school finals coming up and I will place in my son’s backpack and since my daughter is away at college I will text a picture to her daily… THANK YOU! for inspiration and downloads.

  15. These are so cute and thanks for sharing to both you and Kristina–I will carry some of the ones not specifically for kids and just give them randomly, sort of a thanks for being so nice thing. Am going to lunch with friends twice this week and I will leave one for our server, etc.

  16. Thanks Jennifer and Kristina! I will use them several ways. My sister just celebrated two years since her last cancer treatment and I am always reminding her, she is my HERO. Every year we have an Amish family that comes by to sing carols. Too kind! I usually give them candy canes. Now I can add one of these, thanks

  17. I never had children but I am an Auntie and will send these adorable cards of love to my Brooke Cookie. Thanks for the kindness shared.

  18. Super FUN!! THANKS for sharing and I will use them as FUN Suprises for my Boys and my Nieces and Nephews!! I think it will BRIGHTEN their day forsure!! HUGS to you and sending LOTS of healing Vibes your way!! šŸ˜‰ Have a Fabulous and Blessed Thanksgiving Day/Week/Weekend!! šŸ˜‰

  19. Thank you for sharing these. I will be giving them to my Nieces and Nephews! Hope you and your family have a Happy Thanksgiving!

  20. Loving these! I can so see how I will use them in my project life album and scrapbooking. We don’t send lunches with our kids, but I can staple one of these on their Saturday candy bag šŸ™‚

  21. Can’t wait to download these! I’ll be sending some in cards (homemade of course!) to my Grandkids. Such bright & powerful messages-thank you so much!

  22. Unfortunately I don’t have a colour printer or an office printing store close by to print these. Otherwise I would have printed a few sets of those cards to handout to friends to share with their kids.

  23. Welcome back šŸ™‚

    A big thank you to both you and Kristina. LOVE the kindness print. may try printing it in just black and foiling it.
    Have a lovely Thanksgiving!

  24. These are awesome. I have 7 nieces and nephews that range in age from 11-27 who I love dearly. This post has inspired me to make them some encouraging cards to send sporadically throughout the year. Thanks so much for all your wonderful ideas.

  25. I’m printing these out to hand to the kids on the playground. I see over 500 kids everyday now…what an opportunity to show kindness in an area where there are so many “nots” allowed. Thanks Jennifer!! I’ll be sure to show you the results. ā¤ļø

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