Project Snowflake


In January, the children of Sandy Hook Elementary School will be returning to a new facility. Please join me in easing the transition by helping to turn their new building into a winter wonderland.

The Parent Teacher Association of Connecticut is planning on filling the building with homemade snowflakes to welcome them to their new school, and assuage some of the anxiety of returning to school.

It is a small but heartfelt and meaningful gesture that truly embodies the meaning of the season.

If you would like to take a moment to make a paper snowflake, (or 10), please send them to me by January 7, and I will make sure that they get there in time.

Happy Holidays!

Indigo Jones

161 West 15th Street #1C

New York, New York 10011

photo: Glasshouse Images

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5 Responses to “Project Snowflake”

  1. Organized Living Essentials Says:

    Reblogged this on Organized Living Essentials and commented:
    I just discovered this blog while eating my breakfast and thought I would pass this message along. Wouldn’t it be wonderful for the staff and students of Sandy Hook to be welcomed in their new facility with all of these snowflakes? Thank you to Indigo Jones for organizing this very special project! Take Care, Thea

    • indigo jones Says:

      Thanks for spreading the message. I just arrived to a giant pile of paper snowflakes on my desk this morning. It’s such a small but wonderful gesture. I appreciate your support! Happy Holidays!

      • Organized Living Essentials Says:

        I have also tweeted it out and I will be posting Project Snowflake on my Facebook. I don’t have a huge following but it is just my small way of helping spread the message. Thank you so much for doing this! ~ Thea

  2. Organized Living Essentials Says:

    I just wanted to let you know that I reblogged your blog to pass the message along about this wonderful supportive project you are organizing! It reminds me of ‘Sadako and the Paper Cranes’. Thank you! Thea

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