Operation Christmas Child
Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Operation Christmas Child. Get inspired and try out new things.
Pack an Operation Christmas Child Box and give kids a memorable Christmas! Here are 50 of the best items to send. Find out how here!
Maranda Pingel saved to Operation Christmas child
A site dedicated to packing Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes. We share our shoebox packing journey as well as tips, crafts and ideas for packing quality OCC shoe boxes in quantity when possible.
Our family was able to participate in an Operation Christmas Child distribution in Costa Rica. Yes, they distribute the boxes year-round! Here are some lessons I learned from participating in the distribution.
Betty Venglar saved to Quick Saves
Ideas and tips for packing an Operation Christmas Child shoebox for a 10-14 year old boy shared by Arkansas Lifestyle blogger, @bigpittstop.
Charlotte Miller saved to National Sewing Circle
Last year I learned that Operation Christmas Child receives the fewest number of boxes for boys 2-4 and 10-14. It’s got to be pretty upsetting for both the recipient and the distribution team…
LiquidK saved to Operation christmas child
This project is super fun and it turns out really cute. 1. Purchase wooden peg people or peg dolls that are unfinished. These can be found in the craft wood section of many craft stores, but I prefer to purchase mine online where I can get more dolls for the money. This is a good set to get: https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B00WQDTTCE/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 2. You will also need acrylic paints. These can be artist acrylics, craft paints or paint markers. I use all 3…
DeeAnn Hansen saved to Harper
While rearranging my sewing room I came across several hand towels and bandannas that I had tucked away in my Operation Christmas Child cra...
Sharon Knoop saved to Shoebox ideas
Want to include more in your Operation Christmas Child box without taking up any additional space? Let's talk about using the lid of the box for a little extra fun. You can decorate it in a number of ways, from a race track to a prayer. Write a prayer and put your child's handprint. It says, 'This is my hand. When you place your hand on mine, think about me. I prayed for you to receive this box.' Decorate the lid. You can give your kids free range to decorate and come up with a Bible verse…
I created this pattern so I could make reusable pads to put in Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes. Anyone is welcome to reuse the pad a...
Mary Drumm saved to Charity