INSIDE: How to make kids kindness mailbox for at-home kindness notes. DIY cute kids “Kind Mail” box. Free SVG file for Cricut.
I would find notes taped to doors, laying on a bedroom floor or glued to items that probably shouldn’t be glued to. Loved that my kids loved to write to one another but sometimes this mom didn’t want packing tape used to tape a sticky note onto a bedroom door!
In an effort to keep the kind notes going back and forth between the kids, we needed some type of indoor post office. Something the kids could check regularly and become excited about when a note was delivered!
Read on to easily set up your own “kind mail” station at home to encourage kindness note exchanges…
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How to Make a Kids Kindness Mailbox
For his 8th birthday, my son performed eight easy birthday acts of kindness. When our in-home mail station was seeing a lull in deliveries, one of his acts of birthday kindness was to write and send his brother and sister some Kind Mail.
P.S: This is also a great place to place notes from Santa or an “oops” note when the Tooth Fairy forgets to stop by!
How to Create Indoor Kindness Notes Mail Station
I used a brass metal envelope wall decoration as the basis for our at-home mail station. With the help of a simple screw, it hangs easily and quickly onto the wall!
I then created a vinyl sticker with my Cricut Explore to adhere to the front of the metal envelope.
If you don’t have a Cricut, you can use adhesive letter stickers to label your kindness mail station.
I am giving away a free SVG file for my Kind Mail design! This design is for personal use only.
Kind Mail design is for personal use only.
I hope the Kind Mail courier visits your house soon!
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