Roxanne Vivian

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Pop It in A Jiffy Scout Swaps Craft Kit SWAPS4LESS | eBay

version of a scout classic. Now if we could only add the aroma of freshly popped popcorn, over the campfire! Your kit will include all the materials you need to make 20 Pop It in a Jiffy Swaps.

Binocular SWAP-black plastic string, black beads, red melts

Mini-Binoculars Scout SWAPS Girl Craft Kit - plastic tube beads or small sections of a plastic drink straw; tiny pony bead, 2 larger pony beads, thin elastic or ribbon for strap.

Crispy Oven Fried Garlic Mushrooms- Low carb , paleo, & gluten free.

Crispy Oven Fried Garlic Mushrooms- Low carb , paleo, & gluten free.

Mini Canteen Scout SWAPS Girl Craft Kit - Swaps4Less

Mini Canteen Scout SWAPS Girl Craft Kit - in Collectibles, Historical Memorabilia, Fraternal Organizations

"Promise-Sign" cookies are so simple to make, and perfect for any Girl Scout event! Use your favorite sugar-cookie dough, a Wilton HAND Cookie Cutter (or cut the shape with a paring knife), fold down the pinkie and thumb before baking. Decorate with a Royal Icing "Cuff" and a tiny Daisy or candy PEARLS, and it's a cute yet simple treat! Troop 5007 made these for our End-of-the-year Ceremony, but these would be great for so many occasions!

"Promise-Sign" cookies are so simple to make, and perfect for any Girl Scout event! Use your favorite sugar-cookie dough, a Wilton HAND Cookie Cutter (or cut the shape with a paring knife), fold down the pinkie and thumb before baking. Decorate with a Royal Icing "Cuff" and a tiny Daisy or candy PEARLS, and it's a cute yet simple treat! Troop 5007 made these for our End-of-the-year Ceremony, but these would be great for so many occasions!

A Guide Promise and Law Flextangle.

A Guide Promise and Law Flextangle.

In Girl Scouts we do a lot of projects that help our local communities, our cities, our counties, our state, even our nation, and our world. Some of these projects are considered community service while others are considered Take Action projects, and yet even more seem to fall into both categories at the same time. As a leader, a volunteer, or even a girl—how do you tell the two apart?

How to Spot the Difference: Community Service Projects vs. Take Action Projects