Project Description


We’re not able to run our normal workshops at the moment but there are plenty of people that need to be shown some love and kindness right now.

Together with illustrator Judith Raynault we’ve made a series of colouring sheets based on the illustrations that we created for the Bags of Love workshops. The sheets are available for anyone to download, share and colour in.

All you need to do is decide who you want to send some love to and perhaps think about what you might send them if you were to put something into a bag for them. Your bag could be for someone you’re missing in your family, for a friend or for someone that you want to say thank you to like a doctor, a supermarket worker, a teacher or a carer.

Once you’ve coloured in your picture we’d love you to share it by putting it in your door or window and online. Take a photograph of it and tag #BagsofLove and us on Instagram @pieceofcakelondon so that we can all share love and kindness with each other at this difficult time.

Download your sheet here by clicking the images below or opposite:

The bags of love colouring sheets are free to download, use and share. There are lots of people who need help at the moment so if you are able to make a donation to one of the following please do think about doing so – each one of these organisations is doing amazing work and has touched my life in some way.

Barts Charity
Staff at Barts Health NHS Trust are facing the challenge of COVID-19 head on. With your help, Barts Charity can be there for the hospitals they support: Nightingale London, St Bartholomew’s, The Royal London, Mile End, Whipps Cross and Newham.

Jewish Homes Emergency Appeal
In the face of the Covid-19 crisis, Jewish Care, Nightingale Hammerson and The Fed have come together to make sure the most vulnerable members of the Jewish community receive the additional care they so urgently need.

Help Refugees Emergency Campaign
Refugees need support more than ever in the face of coronavirus. Every penny that Help Refugees raises goes directly to their partners working on the ground and will enable them to increase support to medical organisations providing doctors and nurses to those who have none, to provide emergency isolation accommodation for the sick and to distribute tens of thousands of bars of soap and bottles of hand sanitiser.

To those who have lost their income or for whom the future seems insecure, we’re thinking of you in this frightening time. Instead of giving share the Bags of Love project and spread love and kindness with others.