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    Put tissue paper in a mason jar, then a flameless candle (battery operated) and put lid on.

    The Mason Jar Addiction 3.0 // Masons of Light - Beyond Beyond

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    DIY Tiaras and Circlets ....just look at it

    DIY Tiaras and Circlets

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    Make flower gardens in the shape of your initial + 25 Spring Projects for Kids

    10 DIYs for a Spring Party

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    What a cute ornament for Christmas decorating! A 3" diameter glass clear ball filled with red, green and white buttons and beads. Finished with a 1" white, red and green polka dot wired ribbon with a silver edge.

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    Use a flat iron to quickly add Daisy or Girl Scout badges - heat to 350 and hold for 20 sec over each area of the badge.

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    spray paint and masking tape. DOING THIS.

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    Make a solar oven with a recycled pizza box lined with aluminum foil. You can also do it with a Styrofoam sandwich box. Great for your energy unit!

    Victory Garden Cookbook

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    girl scout ideas

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    Cookie Nut Creations: Girl's Camp "Flashlight" Devotionals {Light Bulb}

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    3 Ways to Make Duct Tape Bracelets >> www.diynetwork.co...

    Three Ways To Make Duct and Washi Tape Bracelets

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    melt 1 cup vaseline in microwave until liquid, stir in 1 packet of koolaid..pour into container and let sit! homeade lipgloss... Great for party favors or for girls party to do's

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    Sharpies and solo cups

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    upcycled girl scout cookie box paper beads (Samoas).

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    Why didn't I find this before?? Great idea. Upcycle those Girl Scout Cookie boxes into cute notebooks!

    Cookie Box Notebooks

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    Girl Scout Badge Ceremony! The blue lanyard on left is all the badges/ patches that this Daisy has earned. The brown lanyard on right is all the badges/ patches this Brownie has earned! they used grosgrain ribbon for the lanyard and scrapbook paper for the name tags. they attached the badges with a dot of fabric glue so the moms could pull them off later to attach to the girls sash.

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    Campfire Brownies in an orange: at least 1 orange per camper, Brownie or cake mix, 1 sharp knife, Sturdy soup spoons, Heavy foil wrap. Notes: For brownie mix you will get approx. 8 – 10 desserts. Cake mix will yield approx. 12 – 16 desserts.

    How to Make Campfire Brownie Oranges

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    Epsom Salt Snowman Vase ~ Madigan Made { simple DIY ideas }

    Epsom Salt Snowman Vase ~ Madigan Made

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    DIY Duct Tape Projects.

    BrightNest | Duct Tape For The Win!

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    33 ways that you can give back with your children!

    Millions of Miles: 33 Service Projects To Do With Your Kids

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    cookie LOVE. This site has great 2013 Girl Scout cookie clip art!

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    nature scavenger hunt-camping

    The Taylor House

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    Girl Scouts River Valleys-Great Site that has lesson plans for all of the badges and journeys

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    Time for Play: Smashing Balls (baked cotton balls) flour + water + cotton balls + hammer = very happy children.

    Time for Play: Smashing Balls (baked cotton balls)

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    Make a star out of a cereal box (or any cardboard).

    grey luster girl: 3-D Cardboard Star

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    Tips & Tricks to help your daughter sell more Girl Scout cookies.

    How To Sell More Girl Scout Cookies

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