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Rainbows of Hope

Over the past few weeks, rainbows of hope have been popping up in windows all over the country.

Designed to spread positivity and to give thanks to key workers, they raise a smile whenever they’re seen.

They come in many different shapes and sizes and they can be made with varying materials too.

We’ve seen them coloured with pens, pencils and crayons. Oil paints, pastels and chalks. We’ve even seen some knitted and crocheted versions – very crafty!

Kids and adults alike can draw their own rainbow of hope using our guide on the left.

Or you can use the rainbow of hope to send messages to the people you think should be recognised...

The ones making a difference at this challenging time.

If you prefer your rainbow of hope to give a clear message, we’ve put together some ready-made rainbows, just waiting to be coloured in.

Choose your download from the list below, print it out, colour it in and stick it in your window.

Don’t forget to take a photo and add it to social media when you’ve finished! We’d love to see your crafty creations!