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! I used grosgrain ribbon for the lanyard and scrapbook paper for the name tags. I attached the badges with a dot of fabric glue so the moms could pull them off later to attach to the girls sash.
way to present badges to girls - posted by Amanda Taylor Chastain on the GS Idea Sharing FB page. fun patches in bottle, earned badges in name badge lanyard. Good way to also encourage girls to use reusable water bottle too.
Girl Scout Awards Flower Pot. Paint a terra cotta pot blue for each Daisy and write their names on them. Spray paint Popsicle sticks green for the "stem" and glue a patch on each stick. Put craft moss on top and stick in the patches. After they empty the pots, they can use them for hair ties, toys or whatever they like!
Cool idea from another pinner: 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.)