Children around the world are posting handmade rainbow artwork in the windows of their homes to spread hope and cheer during the dark days of the coronavirus pandemic.
Even though the trend began in Europe, signs with rainbows started showing up in people’s windows through the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. Dozens of rainbow pictures can be found in New York City and Philadelphia.
Kids are joining in on the fun as they’re staying home from school, sharing their own rainbows. The art is often accompanied by “Everything will be ok”.
Many parents are encouraging their children to create rainbow art with them, providing them an uplifting activity together in uncertain times, and a way to communicate hope to their friends and neighbors from a distance.BONUS: If you don’t have art supplies at home, you can download the rainbow that I made and put it on your window. Get it here: https://bit.ly/thehappyb .
Source: Desert News