Christine’s high school is collecting toys, hat and mittens to give to people in our town. She noticed that the box in her classroom was empty. So, Christine bought some toys and her friend bought gloves, a hat and socks to add to the box.
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.
Want some of your own? You can print off the ones I’ve already added giving missions to here. Or you can download the blank cards here, open the image with photo editing software such as Picnik.com and add you own missions.
I would love to hear what missions or simple service acts you add to your iGive Tickets! And about how your family gives!