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Gratitude Rally–Create Flags of Encouragement

Updated: May 12, 2020

If you're like us, you believe in the magic of the Girafficorn. The Girafficorn reminds us to keep our feet on the ground and our head in the clouds, above chaos and drama. When we read that, we think: "Thank you Girafficorn for reminding me!" And then we are happier, because we were not only reminded by the Girafficorn to focus on positive things, but the very act of thanking the Girafficorn makes US feel good. It's quite a good cycle to be in.

Practicing gratitude (or appreciation) is the simplest, most effective thing you can do every day to be happier. But where to start? How do you "practice gratitude"?

We've got you covered!

A small act of gratitude go can a long way. The Gratitude Rally is a way for you to play, create, and expand your artistic imagination while encouraging those in your community that need it most. A physical reminder of how grateful their community is for them.

Because they need to hear it–and you mean it.

Think of someone in your life that needs to feel some encouragement: Your buddy up north who's an emergency room nurse, your neighbor who lives alone, the checker at your local market, someone who needs a pick-me-up, or your adventure partner who you really miss. Gather up all those feels and channel them in to an art project that reminds them how much you care.

SheJumps is all about providing you with the tools you need to succeed whether it's learning to climb a mountain or in this case, making a simple gift to lift others up. We've created a few easy-to-use tools for you to put to work. Take your pick between The Mini Flags & Thank You card.

Mini Flag Directions:

  • Download and print template.

  • Color, color, color!

  • Cut out flags.

  • Cut string/ribbon.

  • Attach to string using hole punches, tape, etc.

  • Fold them up and place in envelope.

  • Stamp and address.

  • Drop it in the mail.

Thank You Card Directions:

  • Download and print template.

  • Color, color, color!

  • Fold them up and place in envelope.

  • Stamp and address.

  • Drop it in the mail.

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Girafficorns are imaginative + resourceful

Don't have a printer? No problem, we're all about working with what we've got. For the mini flags simply grab a piece of paper, coloring items, scissors and bring a creative spirit of interpretation:

Mini Flag Alternative Directions:

  • Color the heck out of that paper.

  • Fold the piece of paper in half.

  • Cut 1 flag from that half and use it as the template for others.

  • Cut triangles at will creating similar sized flags (take it easy, they don't have to be exact).

  • Piece together with string/ribbon/dental floss.

  • Deliver or mail to recipient.

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