Once I have ordered the kit, when should I expect to receive it?
Your kit will be with you no later than 10 working days.
What is included in the “A positive note” kit?
The kit includes, step-by-step instructions, pre-printed fabric envelope, original mind stamp, 2 buttons, needle and thread, note card and message suggestions, 2 free gifts for you.
Is everything that I need to make “A positive note” included in the kit?
The “A positive note” kit includes everything you need to stitch your envelope and write your note apart from scissors and a pen. If you wish to add embellishments to your envelope then you will also need to source these yourself.
How much money of the total cost of the kits go to Mind?
The kits cost £4.80 to make, and after postage costs and VAT, the rest of the income goes to Mind to help support our vital services.
Where are the kits made?
All “A positive note” kits are made ethically in the UK.
How do I find out who my MP is?
You can easily find out who your MP is at theyworkforyou.com
I would like to buy a kit, but I am not sure/don’t feel confident about what to write to my MP.
We’ve drafted a template letter that you can use to write to your MP. If you like you can add to it, or adapt it, or of you would prefer you can copy the template as it is.
Do I have to use the template letter included in the kit or can I write my own letter?
Yes absolutely, the template is there should you wish to use it, but if you would prefer you can create your own letter.
Is there a hashtag that I can use for social media?
Yes we are using #crafternoon and you can also copy in @MindCharity and @Craftivists
Who are the Craftivist Collective and what is craftivism?
The Craftivist Collective was established in 2009 by award-winning professional campaigner Sarah Corbett.
The collective believe that craft can be a tool for gentle activism.
By using the quiet reflective time it gives us to explore global issues and how they affect the world around us, we can create something beautiful, considered, positive and potentially world changing.
You can find out more about craftivism and the Craftivist Collective on the website craftivist-collective.com