It’s time for another fun coloring project here at ColorMonthly! If you’re looking for more coloring fun, be sure to check out our Club ColorMonthly packages that are fun for all ages and will provide you with hours of fun. Each month you’ll get 31+ coloring pages for adults for just $10 a month!
Today’s project is to color your own kindness cards. There are so many uses for these! Leave them in random places – a fitting room, in a neighbors mailbox, on someone’s windshield, have your kids color them and hand them out to friends or their teachers, just to name a few. It’s a win/win situation – you get to have fun coloring them yourself or with your kids and then use them to spread joy 🙂
Alright, let’s jump in…
There are a few supplies you will need:
First, print off your template. Each template makes FOUR kindness cards.
You can pick up your free template here:
If you want more than four kindness cards, just print the template out again and again and again 😉 All printed? Great! Now it’s time to COLOR! I used sharpies for mine, but you can use anything you’d like.
After coloring, my template looked like this:
Then it was time to cut the colored cards.
After you’ve cut them, you’ll have four individual cards:
There you go, you now have some kindness cards. Go share them and spread some joy. 🙂
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