Camping with your girls? Check out GSLE's camping progression totem pole badges. The girls work through each camping activity to earn each part of the pole: http://www.gsle.org/camping/campingpatches.asp . Check out all the other great camping-related patches offered by GSLE too.
Check out this site that will put your photos into the view master format -- Ambassadors earning their Photographer badge may want to check out what they can do with their photos. (And if they've started building a network as part of their Take Action projects, they may want to use cookie funds to develop a "highlight reel" of what they've accomplished to send to their biggest supporters.)
Odds Are: The Hunger Games Patch | complete required activity (read a Hunger Games book) and complete at least one activity in each of the 5 sections. Activities: history, tv, archery, bake bread, make cheese, make jelly, commercials, fashion design, cooking, first aid, survival skills, emergency responders
Tips for making first aid kits or "go bags" (to be used in emergency evacuations). Good for girls earning their first aid badge. Could also be the basis of a Take Action project--girls could create kits for neighbors, community organizations (library, school, homeless shelter), Habitat for Humanity houses, etc. to make it sustainable: do a presentation, create a handout or video, or organize a workshop to educate and inspire others to do the same.
Take a photo of the award's page in the handbook. Print out wallet size photos on white card stock. Give each girl a card to go with her earned badge. Great for scrapbooking your girls scouting achievements.
For the Brownie Quest journey and tieing in the badges. 1st is Letterboxer, and the 1st key in the Journey is Discover. Answers are Map, Compass, Friends, and Persistence - which answer what they need for Letterboxing, but also what they need to Discover about themselves to do anything (begin with the end in mind, know what's right, have a support system, and work hard).