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Random Act of Kindness: “Valentine’s Day” Craft

Celebrating someone you love–a  friend, neighbor, coworker or stranger–by showing how special they are to you can make their entire day. We’ve come up with a great way to show love with a random act of kindness. Here is a crafty activity to make as a gift:

  • First cut out 20 or more heart shapes on card stock paper or any craft paper using colors like red and pink.
  • Decorate one side using crayons, markers, glitter, pictures or any other unique ideas you might have.
  • On the blank side, write a compliment, quote or appreciation for them.
  • Give to a special someone or give to a stranger as an act of random kindness!

Crystal MacielCFA Intern
Crystal is interning with the Children’s Foundation of America this spring as she completes her bachelor’s degree in sociology at Cal State San Bernardino. She has earned an associate’s degree in child development at Chaffey College and plans to continue her education with a mater’s degree in social work. Crystal’s career goals are to advocate for children, support families in need of assistance and to help children cope with problems in everyday life. Crystal’s work experience includes care of children toddler to 5 years of age and has worked for three years with children and adults with disabilities. In Crystal’s free time, she enjoys going to art galleries, sewing, gardening and painting.