13.11.08 by Jeff

Project #5 – Submissions – Part 3

Submissions for our Free Encouragement project with the magnificent Design For Mankind continue to pour in! Here’s the next 40 submissions. If you don’t know what all this is, jump over here – Details of the project and full instructions.

Click here to view the entries in PART 4!

Click here to view the entries in PART 2!













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • lala

    Such a beautiful project.

    I love it!!!

  • Haha! Mine is up with the same colours i’m wearing right now!

  • This just warms the heart — thank you for starting this project!

  • Just discovered the project via DFM and immediately had to be a part of it. It is so inspiring reading through the submissions so far. I have a big smile on my face! Thank you!

  • such a great way to start my day!

  • I am getting SO SO excited, Jeff! Eek!

  • charles

    this is amazing! thanks for making my day a bit better

  • ao

    i am utterly and deeply in love with your project.

  • I’m glad everyone is enjoying it! I’ve received many emails from people who have been encouraged just reading through the submissions for a few minutes – hearing that encourages me as it was definitely the whole point of the project! There is still more to come, more than what has already been posted!

  • I second Jeff’s comment. We are so so excited to bring the second part of the project to life, and thank you for loving positivity as much as we do! :)

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  • sheba

    i love this idea. its so heart warming . my hearts at about 85 degrees . not too warm just right. just like this project. its just right. <3

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  • This is the coolest thing I have ever seen. I am off to find more.

  • Wow. I actually teared up over one of these. I’m such a sap, but I love this project!
    …Though, a lot of people don’t seem to know how to spell “you’re,” correctly.





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