German Swiss International School students eagerly offered their arms - and also their ankles and shoulders - in the name of charity last weekend. The school's annual Christmas bazaar featured a tattoo station that offered temporary body art, with the proceeds going towards Operation Santa Claus. Two professional spray-on tattoo artists volunteered their time and equipment for the tattoo parlour, which has been a popular draw at the bazaar for the past three years. Body art fans were able to choose from a variety of stencils, along with glitter and other add-ons to embellish the look. The airbrushed tattoos cost from $30 to $120, depending on the size and detail of the design. Another stall at the bazaar dedicated to Operation Santa Claus was Lend-a-Hand, which sold environmentally friendly products such as photo frames, pins, and bath salts. Run by student Bryan Kam, 15, the stall supported two charities. 'We buy the products from one charity, and sell them on behalf of another, [Operation Santa Claus],' he said. Lend-a-Hand also held a general knowledge quiz. People paid a few dollars to participate and won a product from Friends of the Earth if they correctly answered at least eight of the 10 questions. Other stalls offered face painting, karaoke, and the chance to dress up as Santa. The bazaar kicked off the holiday season, with the school band performing Christmas tunes to put people in a festive mood. A large Christmas tree was flown in from Germany for the occasion. Last year's bazaar raised more than $3,300 for Operation Santa Claus - a figure the school hopes to exceed this year.