Tittle + Tat Random Acts of Craftiness

One of the things I love most about the Mindful Parenting is that it creates a space for people to share goodness and kindness just as much as stories on parenting and childhood. When this story landed on my desk it was one of “those” ones that I knew I had to share.

You see, a lovely lady by the name of Cheryl Forster has launched a kindness campaign aimed at spreading the joy of handmade crafts. She’s named it Tittle + Tat Random Acts of Craftiness.

The intention behind this project is to spread the love of handmade while brightening up someone’s day with a random act of kindness, or in this case craftiness! Participants of the ‘Random Acts of Craftiness movement’ are encouraged to make their own handmade piece of craft and leave it with a kind letter in a public place for someone else to find.

How often would you walk the streets of your community to find something tied to a light pole? That something is actually a handmade toy gift with a note saying “Take me home, I’m yours to keep!” Would that warm your heart?

Cheryl Forster with her daughter Tao Wright, carrying out their own ‘Random Act of Craftiness’.

The Random acts of kindness movement really has gained popularity around the world, and it’s a wonderful thing as it encourages selfless, good-spirited acts and it make for a generous and connected community.

With Christmas just around the corner, there really is no better time to jump on the RAOK bandwagon. It’s a lovely time to teach kids gratitude, compassion and kindness for others. If you have a RAOK you’d like to share feel free to comment below!

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