Woman designs signs asking people to ‘Make America Kind Again’

A California woman is trying to spread a message of kindness amid the vitriol and divisiveness of the presidential election season.

Amanda Blanc, a Sacramento stay-at-home mom, last month designed lawn signs that ask people to "Make America Kind Again." The signs, which riff off of president-elect Donald Trump's campaign slogan, are for sale in Blanc's Etsy shop.

"You have so many people saying, 'I'm voting for so and so because it's the lesser of two evils,'" Blanc told KCRA-TV. "This message is just about dropping that and being nice to your neighbor."

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In just a few weeks, Blanc has sold more than 300 of her signs across the country. She has since started offering tote bags, bumper stickers and tumblers with the slogan on them as well.

"Help us spread kindness by posting these signs in your yard," Blanc's Etsy store page asks.

The wife and mother of two young children said that she learned design from her husband, a graphic designer. She played around with some Adobe programs on her computer to achieve the look, which she wanted to remain neutral and non-partisan.

Blanc, who did not tell the television station who she was voting for, said her signs and other products are about promoting the “little things” that restore kindness to the United States.

"It's just about America coming together and believing in something," she said.