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How to Spread Kindness with Sweet Treats

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One of my craftiest friends, Laura Kelly, wrote a book, titled Kindness on Purpose, and when you purchase the book it comes with Kindness Cards and Kindness Lunch Notes. Today I am going to show you how to spread Kindness with Sweet Treats that will brighten anyone's day! I decorated a trio of Kindness Lunch Notes (which double perfectly as gift tags) with Therm-o-Web Deco Foil Liquid Adhesive and Transfer Foils. A quick and easy project with a huge wow factor!

Spread Kindness with Sweet Treats a Trio of Quick and Easy Projects

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Here's what you need to Make Sweet Kindness Treats:

Here's how to create Sweet Treats to Share:


Remove the S'more, Melon and Popcorn Lunch Notes from the book. Apply Deco Foil Liquid Adhesive to accent each tag. The adhesive will go on white, it will become clear once dry, but will remain tacky.


Once the Deco Foil Liquid Adhesive is clear and tacky, cut a small section of the Deco Foil Transfer Sheets with scissors. Apply the foil with the colored, shiny side up and rub gently with your fingers. Peel up the foil to reveal the magic!


To create the S'mores Kindness Gift add graham crackers, marshmallows, and chocolate bars in a clear plastic zipper bag. Punch a hole in the corner of the “Everyday, I love you S'more” Lunch Note. Wrap a section of brown gingham ribbon around the gift, thread on the foiled lunch note, and tie in a bow.


For the Popcorn Kindness Gift, draw a heart on the center of a plain piece of printer paper with Dual Brush Pen 847 Crimson. Then draw red stripes all over the rest of the paper, outline the heart with Dual Brush Pen N15 Black and then add the recipient's name. Wrap the popcorn packet in the red striped paper, securing the ends and the “Popping In With Extra Love” Lunch Note with iCraft Memory Tape Runner XL. Tie black and white Baker's Twine around the package and tie in a bow.


To create the Watermelon Kindness Gift add sour watermelon gummy candy in a clear plastic zipper bag. I trimmed the zipper part from the top of this bag with scissors. Gather and secure the bag with a pink gingham ribbon. Punch a hole in the corner of the “You're One In A Melon” Lunch Note and thread onto bright green ribbon finishing with a bow.

Spread Kindness with Sweet Treats for Friends and Family

I hope that you will use my ideas from How to Spread Kindness with Sweet Treats as a jumping-off point to spread kindness to your family, friends, neighbors, co-workers, or the person in line six feet in front of you at the grocery store. You never know when a small act of kindness could change someone else's day, week, month, or year!

AND, if you haven't checked out Laura Kelly's book Kindness on Purpose: Happiness, Sprinkles and Goody Bags (How to become a Kindness Leader) is my go-to for all things positive, kind and rainbow-colored. I was totally inspired by the Lunch Notes to Spread Kindness with Sweet Treats.

If you enjoyed this post, please check out some other projects I created with my crafty friend Laura Kelly. I created Hugs and Kisses Pretzel Treats for Valentine's Day. We had a pillow party with Fairfield World and I made an Oh Christmas Tree Pillow with Kunin Felt. And there was some paint pouring where I shared 5 Tips to be Successful at Paint Pouring with DecoArt and Laura Kelly Designs.

Thanks for stopping by!

4 thoughts on “How to Spread Kindness with Sweet Treats

  • These are all three adorable and fabulous!!!

    • Thank you! It’s easy when you have excellent products to work with!

  • I love all these sweet treats and the tags are amazing, I love the s’mores one!

    • Thanks a bunch, Blanca!


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