Kindness Cards {Free Printable}

    Posted by  ·  August 9, 2012

    Who couldn’t use a little random encouragement?

    These little cards are a perfect way to share kindness with your friends.  All you need to do is download the Free Printable Kindness Cards, print on card stock and cut.

    Leave the kindness cards in unexpected places for someone special to find.

    kindness cards

    Now go forth and be kind!

    Need another idea? These random act of kindness compliment cards are easy to print and share.

    These little kindness cards would make great lunch box notes too!  I will be sharing fun lunch box notes on facebook very soon so make sure you like Skip to my Lou on facebook to stay connected and receive exclusive printables! You can download the kindness cards from Facebook also.




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    1. Janne
      Saturday, February 11th, 2017
      Thank you! This week is Random Acts of Kindness Week and I wanted to pass out to kids at school. I work with Special Needs children. There have been some bullying. I believe we need to model Random Acts of Kindness to everyone regardless of race, creed, or disability.
    2. Doris
      Friday, March 20th, 2015
      Love them!! I will use as lunch box notes but I will also have my girls share them anonymously in school. Thank you so much for these!
    3. Deemarie
      Wednesday, November 20th, 2013
      Thank You.
    4. Jennifer
      Sunday, August 25th, 2013
      These are so cute! I would like to use them in my classroom as a boost for my students-sometimes it is so hard in a hectic day to remember to let them know all these things! I wonder if you would consider making a teacher version that replaces the love and adore sayings. I will print these for now and just set those aside, but it would be nice to not have to waste the ink and I don't have children of my own to give those to. Thanks for considering!
    5. Kaye Rochester
      Saturday, August 17th, 2013
      These are cute! Can you please correct the typo on the "I am so proud of you" card? It reads "I am so a proud of you" and that renders it useless.
    6. Rosa
      Friday, February 22nd, 2013
      Love them! THANK YOU!!!
    7. libbywilko
      Monday, September 17th, 2012
      Love this ! Thank you.
    8. Friday, September 7th, 2012
      These are super cute designs! I love the whole lunch notes craze that's going around. If you want some jokes to slip in, I've made some here (holidays included)
    9. blurooferika
      Wednesday, September 5th, 2012
      These are great. Thanks a bunch! Will use them to send in cards to friends who need a boost!
    10. Dolores
      Wednesday, September 5th, 2012
      Thank you!
    11. Wednesday, September 5th, 2012
      I followed a link on the daily digi. thanks for sharing it!!
    12. Tuesday, September 4th, 2012
      Love these! Would make great lunchbox notes too!

    13. margaret Trethowan
      Saturday, August 11th, 2012
      my imagination is working overtime thinking of how I could use these stickers at our local nursing home - the oldies need cheering up at times - will use them a lot. thank you so much.
    14. Friday, August 10th, 2012
      Oh how sweet! I love the idea of hiding them in random places... starbucks, book store, etc. and letting them find the right people that might need a little boost. <3 :D
    15. Linda
      Friday, August 10th, 2012
      Thank you so much! These are wonderful and will help brighten my family member's days!
    16. AprilAllYear
      Friday, August 10th, 2012
      Once, as an incentive or gift for PTA membership at my son's school, I gave sheets of similar "lunchbox love notes" I'd made to parents. About 2 weeks later, my son's 2nd grade group stopped at a park to eat bagged lunches on their way back from a field trip.

      As we sat and talked, busy and noisy because I was with a group of 2nd grade boys, after all, the boy across from me fished his food from his lunch box. Suddenly, he was very still. He careflly pulled out a lunchbox love note and stared at it for a while.

      Finally, he looked up at us and announced that his mother put that in his lunch. And then he began to ponder, out loud, how and when this could have happened: "she gets up really early to go to work, so she must have done this last night," and "she works a lot of hours, so I wonder when she had time to make this," and on and on.

      My heart nearly exploded. He CAREFULLY and REVERENTLY put it on the table beside his food and constantly looked at it throughout lunch. And then he put it in his pocket when his lunch bag went in the trash at the end.

      It was one of THE MOST beautiful moments EVER that I experienced as a result of any "send love to school" endeavors I've made. And it wasn't even my kid! (but I imagined it so, anyway!) EVERY kid should get to feel that way.
    17. Thursday, August 9th, 2012
      I love your printables! What great designs and ideas you come up with.
      Thank you!
    18. amorette
      Thursday, August 9th, 2012
      And using them for my coworkers (well, maybe not the cute & love one - those are for my kids)
      THANK YOU!
    19. De'Anna Groves
      Thursday, August 9th, 2012
      Thank you!