And this Christmas we are involved in the Champions for Kids Simple Service Project Of the Month. Each month Champions for Kids has a different Simple Service Project and this month it is Disney Stocking Stuffer Celebration. We will be stuffing a stocking with Disney themed items and dropping it off at a Toys For Tots location. To get involved, check out Champions for Kids Facebook and Twitter. #DisneyCFK #CBias
Then, I mixed 2 parts of silver paint with 1 part of dish soap. For example, use 2 tsp paint and 1 tsp dish soap.
I painted over the white circles with the paint & soap mixture. I only need one coat of paint.
After allowing the paint to dry, I cut out the tickets.
I also made a box to store the tickets in. The playing card style boxes make it easier to give these tickets as part of a gift…like maybe as a stocking stuffer?
Just print on card stock, cut on the solid lines, fold on the dotted lines and glue together. I designed one blank box template (so you can add your own label) and one with the iGive label on it. You can print this template here.
I would love to hear what missions or simple service acts you add to your iGive Tickets! And about how your family gives!
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