This Is Wonderful: Kristen Bell & Other Celebs Are Decorating Their Yards to Thank Healthcare Workers

During these uncertain and chaotic times, we’re all looking for small ways to show our appreciation for healthcare (and other essential) workers who are on the frontline helping to fight COVID-19. And thanks to Lowe’s, families everywhere (including celebs) are getting involved in a new initiative called #BuildThanks.

The project is a DIY moment of appreciation, through which participants are encouraged to create and post homemade thank you messages in their yards using materials they could find around the house.

The initiative builds on Lowe’s $170 million commitment to COVID-19 relief and other programs that show appreciation for the doctors, nurses, cashiers, delivery drivers, warehouse workers and other employees delivering essential supplies.

Lucky for us, the company is also sharing photos of all of the submissions they have received, which includes giant lawn decorations from Kristen Bell, NBA star Kevin Love, HGTV's Mina Starsiak Hawk and more. See a few of the sweet projects below.

1. Kristen Bell

“Sending a personal THANK YOU to all the frontline workers, healthcare heroes and first responders,” she captioned the post. “We are forever grateful. @loweshomeimprovement is doing what they can to help- they donated 30k to @nokidhungry . So, we #buildthanks using items we had around the house. #stayathome.”

2. Kevin Love

“I want to say THANK YOU to all of the frontline workers, healthcare heroes and first responders out there, working tirelessly every single day to ensure our safety and battle this common enemy,” the NBA all-star captioned part of the post. “We are forever grateful for your service during these scary and uncertain times. Recently, I was inspired by @loweshomeimprovement #BuildThanks campaign, to work on a DIY project with items we had at home to create a thank you message to hang outside our home and show solidarity.”

“I'm working with @Loweshomeimprovement to say a “DIY thank you” to frontline heroes using items already in my home!” the HGTV star wrote. “Which surprisingly is an overwhelming amount of STUFF for only being here over a year. So, starting Monday, April 6 (and through the next few weeks) I invite you to #BUILDTHANKS with DIYers everywhere to support our communities during this challenging time.”