This post was shared originally on Instagram, then reposted by our local council, and then shared on Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook by Girl Scouts corporate. *SWOON*
Everyone got a mirror and six bottle caps. On the bottle caps were the names of their Girl Scout sisters. They each wrote something nice about their friends, and passed the cap to the owner. Then we glued the nice sayings to the back of their mirrors (and decorated, of course) so they can always see beauty on both sides, inside and out.
That is one very, very, VERY excited scout!
Operation Christmas Child
Our Girl Scout Troop sent boxes to the Operation Christmas Child organization this year. We used some of our fall sales profits to pick out gifts for the children.
Pinwheels for Peace
Pinwheels for Peace
Cookie Kick Off
My Honest Girl Scout
She would never tell a lie... ;)
Solar System Night
How do you get ten little girls to remember the planet names? Make them dress up like planets, guess facts about themselves. and wear silly hats... of course!
I made cookie lanyards for all the girls to use during door to door sales this year. They got to write their basic info (the most frequently asked questions), and it was convenient (and cute) to have hanging around their neck.
Girl Scout & Cookie Banners
I found these felt banners at Target, worked a little magic with some scissors, and presto! Cute banners for our wagon and booth sales!
Fall Product Sales
Have you ever been hit in the face with a whipped cream pie ten times in a row? I HIGHLY recommend it!
Teacher Christmas Gifts 2015
Stickers designed for the Erin Condren Life Planner
Just a Bunch of Smart Cookies!
This was a cookie craft designed entirely by our Junior Scout. The meeting was also led 100% by her. (Working on her Junior Aide badge.) Such a great group of cookies!
An adventure last summer catching and releasing harlequin bugs.
Meeting the CEO
Two of our scouts promoting Savannah Smiles on the news and meeting the CEO of Girl Scouts San Diego, Miss Jo Dee Jacob.
Loving her official outfit (and her own style of wearing the scarf).
One of the bridging gifts I made for the girls. We were bridging from Daisies to Brownies and each girl wore one in her hair.
Two of our girls having an amazing time at booth sales.
Valentine's for the Ronald McDonald House
My troop decided it was unfortunate that the kids staying at the Ronald McDonald house wouldn't be able to trade valentine's with their friends this last February. We hand made these one night and sent them about 50 cards to enjoy.
Teacher Appreciation Gift
The school colors are purple and yellow.
The troop participated in a Cupcake Wars event and needed custom shirts so I made these.