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How to preserve 12 years of Girl Scout memories? I had the quilt made,then cut the backs of the vests. Sewed on vests with badges in place. Then sewed on all the patches she had earned or received on trips, awards, etc. (The Pins we put in a shadow box.)

  • Melissa Thibault

    I love this Idea!!!!! So going to do this for my daughter. I can also do this for my son's cub scout and boy scout memories.

Snowball Games! Family Christmas traditions is an evening of Snowball Games. These games are minute to win it style games which are easy to set up with only a few supplies needed and fun for the whole family

Make quick and easy ornaments out of mini wooden ice cream sticks, tongue depressors or popsicle sticks.

Stuff marshmallows BEFORE you roast them! Chocolate chips, peanut butter cups, strawberries...endless possibilities. Someone is a genius!

Recycle those yucky plastic boxes! Did you know #6 plastic can be used for shrinky plastic?

Laura Bugay pins the Medal of Honor on her daughter, Tess, 16, an honor she received for using the CPR and first aid training she completed as a Girl Scout to save a woman’s life while on a family vacation.

I like this album cover so that you could have one scrapbook for daisy, brownie and junior

Want to see if one of my gs moms can make these! Way to display patches and badges when a Scout moves to the next level of Girl Scouts.

Place a cut-out on a T-Shirt & then spray bleach around it.

Rainbow cupcakes ! for bridging ceremony

Having a 100th birthday party with 5 troops from Daisy to Cadet. I'm totally doing this swap for my Daisies.