Make someone’s day by leaving a package of candy on their desk, along with a fun Tag! You’re It! printable tag to encourage them keep the kindness going!
Did you know that there is an entire day in February dedicated to doing random acts of kindness for friends and family? Why focus on just one day? Let’s spread happiness every day and M&M’S® Messages Chocolate Candies are a simple way to do that!
Never in my life have I laughed out loud over candy. Ever. Until now. I stumbled across these fun packages of M&Ms.
“Have a great day pretending to do work!”
“You’re lucky to have a friend like me!”
“Congrats! You made it in to work today!”
“Emotional Support Candy”
“I love being socially awkward with you”
“I’m still not sick of you”
I grabbed a variety to use with the teenagers that I work with at our church’s youth group, and some work related ones for Derrick to take to the office. He took one look and said, “Where did you get these?! These are great!” Needless to say he has already planning which co worker is getting which package. It’s a hilarious message, and a treat at the same time!
I created a Tag! You’re It! printable to go along with it. Last week we were panning future youth group activities with the teenage girls at church and one mentioned that she’d like to do a “random acts of kindness” activity. These tags and candies will be perfect to give to send home with each of them to give to someone else. A great way to spread kindness and smiles throughout the office, teacher’s lounge, or at home with your family!
Tag! You’re It! Printable Tags To Spread Kindness
First, you’ll need a variety of candy.
Then come home and print out a sheet of tags (link at end of post).
You can leave a tag near the candy or wrap it around the candy, it’s up to you!
Diane Merrill Wigginton says
I really want to know where to get my hands on these fun bags of M&M’s for my youth group. Can you send me a link?
Hi! They were available at Walmart and Target a couple of years ago. I think they still have the larger bags (sharing size), but I haven’t seen the individual ones lately. I’m sorry!