You can put a smile on the face of a terminally ill child! Remember Sarah’s guest post about her Little Ladybug Shoppe? She is sharing how she makes the headbands and clip-on accessories that she hands out at local Children’s Hospitals. So now you can make them too and distribute to children at your local hospital! (Please be sure to contact your local organization’s volunteer coordinator before donating.)
These headbands and accessories are easy enough that school-age children can make them, with a little help from an adult. What a great way to teach kids about giving to others! Email me if you are able to participate – we would love to hear about your experience!
Little Ladybug Shoppe has the unique opportunity to provide handmade hair accessories to young girls diagnosed with terminal illnesses. It is my hope that this small act of kindness will be a true blessing to them.
I wanted to add my reasoning behind these nylon headbands. Since the girls who will be receiving these bands have terminal illnesses, I wanted to be considerate of the fact that they might have no hair due to chemo, bruise easily due to medication or treatments, or very sensitive skin due to their specific condition. I thought the soft nylon bands would be the most comfortable option, and allowing the removable accessories would add some fun and variety.Thank you so much for your interest in joining Little Ladybug Shoppe‘s mission to bless terminally ill children. I hope we can be a ray of sunshine to them all.