PROJECT PEACE PAPER
Started in 2016, Project Peace Paper is dedicated to encouraging everyone to act peacefully. Through peace and peaceful thinking, we can become open to all and respect the differences that make us all unique. With the creation of Peace Paper, there are now many ways that you can share peaceful action.
We are calling upon people across our country to contribute to Project Peace Paper, either by contributing images of peace to help create the paper itself, or by using this bright, colorful wrapping paper to take action and cover any darkness and negativity that surround us.
how can you JOIN a positive MOVEMENT? Wrap it up.
Paint, draw, design or describe peace and submit your vision via twitter or instagram using #projectpeacepaper. Your contribution can become a part of the Peace Paper collage that is pushing peace back into the headlines. Order peace paper at spoonflower.com to start wrapping the world in peace. Proceeds will go to the global non-profit, Peace Jam, who are on a mission to inspire one billion acts of peace worldwide.
HOW CAN YOU ENCOURAGE OTHERS TO ACT PEACEFULLY? WRAP IT UP.
Negativity is all around us. Good thing is, positivity is too. With peace paper, you can take peace into your own hands. Just order this paper and wrap things as a symbol of harmony.
HOW CAN YOU STIFLE NEGATIVITY? WRAP IT UP.
Share your vision using #projectpeacepaper. Or use the paper to wrap gifts. Or use it as a symbol of peace by wrapping things you love – or wrapping things that need love. Anyone can do it. All you need is peace in your heart and a few rolls of peace paper to start spreading the love. So make it your own project, and express peace in your own way.
HOW CAN YOU MAKE A PEACEFUL DIFFERENCE? WRAP IT UP.
Schools wallpapering halls. Businesses covering doors. Cities wrapping statues. These are just a few examples of how anyone can make a bold statement that makes a big difference.
HOW CAN YOU HELP HEAL YOUR COMMUNITY? WRAP IT UP.
Every day there are moments and places that need love. Wrapping something near or during those situations can add a beacon of peace during times that challenge our resolve.