Kindness Matters ~ Chalkboard

As a mom, I feel like my voice is silent – even when I am shouting.
{oh….do I shout? – kindly, I’m sure =)}

I like to think that small messages get noticed.

Like this one in our hallway.

I painted the center of this shipping crate lid in chalkboard paint and stained over the frame that had over-spray of paint and some stamped words saying –
USE OTHER SIDE.
I like the “roughness” of the frame. There’s even a hammered dent in the center.
(somebody got a hold of my tools)

But I like the simple words the best.

Sharing with: No Minimalist Here, I Gotta Create, Beyond the Picket Fence

19 Replies to “Kindness Matters ~ Chalkboard”

  1. Kindness matters more everyday, it's nice to have a reminder of that. I love chalkboards, must be the teacher in me.Have a great weekend.xoxo Michelle. thebashfulnest.blogspot.com

  2. Kindness does matter. I told my hubby that if I die I would hope the one thing people would remember is that I tried to always be a kind person- xo Diana

  3. Nice!!! Like the simplicity of the sentiment. Kindness does matter. I think we are all guilty of forgetting it at times :-(Have a wonderful weekend Holly. Hugs,Gee

  4. IT SURE DOES! A while ago, my kids were being so unkind I started to worry. Was I modeling this meanness? I put so many reminders to \”Be Kind\” around our house we couldn't move without seeing one. I love yours! Sometimes the simplest messages are the ones that stick! xoxo jules

  5. That was a great way to reuse the bottom of a crate! I love the simple message. Good idea. Now, when your kids are fighting, you can just point to the sign and make them read it again. LOL!

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  7. I completely agree. Not only did you do a wonderful job putting together this chalkboard, but the simplicity of the message is so powerful. Love it! Leslie Harris (Gwen Moss)

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