Spread kindness as a team with this service scavenger hunt! Simply print it out and start sharing the love or customize it with your Cricut.
I wanted to put together a simple little way to spread kindness whether with a group or on your own. Random Acts of Kindness Day is February 17th but that doesn’t mean you have to use it on that day alone! I also included a perforation blade element to it so that you can leave little reminders to spread kindness around your neighborhood where you’re going to do your acts of service.
If you don’t have a Cricut Maker the file is still included and you can make this work on your own. However, the Cricut Maker makes this projects way more fun!
Materials Used for the Service Scavenger Hunt
The first thing you’ll do is open up the cut file and get it printed off. You’ll notice the border around the print. This is for your Maker to identify the file and know where to cut using the perforation blade and regular blade. Your Maker will cut this portion off.
If you aren’t using the Maker you might want to cut the border off, or leave it! It doesn’t look bad in my opinion.
Back to the Maker instructions! After your file is printed load it on a light grip mat (Blue). It will prompt you to load the perforation blade first. Once it has done that portion of the cut, it will pause so you can load in the fine point blade and continue. Be gentle as you remove the sheet from the mat because the perforation will come apart if you’re not careful. I removed the sheet from the top down.
That’s all there is to it! I hope you enjoy this little printable. I’d love to see it in action whether you are the leader of a youth group or just doing something kind on your own!