I’m a Daisy Scouts™ Leader!

I wanted to explain why I have been M.I.A. recently I have been working on Daisy Scouts™ Projects.  I will be showing Daisy Scouts™ Projects on the blog (I even created a Page for the projects) none of these projects are officially endorsed by the Girl Scouts™ Organization.  For that reason I will not be showing images 0f the badges we are working on (they are all copyrighted including the Girl Scouts™ Logo).   I am thinking about asking for permission from the Girl Scouts™ Organization to use the logos and badges but I need time to think of a well written letter to the Trademark Office of the Girl Scouts™.

I was asked to do a “display” to get girls excited for scouting.  I admit I sort of went CRAZY on this but I am so happy with how it turned out.


  • Cardboard Display Board (I purchased mine at Wal-Mart)
  • Craft Paint in Assorted Colors – (I chose shades of blue and a green for the background)
  • Big Paint Brush
  • Letter Stencils (Mod Podge® Tracing Template 2″ Alphabet)
  • Letter Stamps (Making Memories Foam Stamps – Stencil)
  • Assorted Paper (My colors matched the Daisy Scout™ Petals)
  • Cricut™ with George and Basic Shapes™ Cartridge
  • Brownie Scout™ Paper from K & Company (this paper pack is retired – I recommend picking it up if you see it!)
  • Sparkle Mod Podge®
  • Daisy Petal Template (https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vB0Ks0hhDbflaqB4iv1z0JLXBXRUevmh/view?usp=drivesdk) <– The only way my iPad would let me put the link in.
Painting the background green.
I thought the board needed a little more interest – I started adding the lettering.
I used the Making Memory Stamps to stamp the Girl Scout Law on the background of the middle panel.
Arranging the petals. I cut all the lettering out with my Cricut™ George and Basic Shapes™ Font collection at a 1″ height.
Adding the Sparkle Mod Podge® to hold the petals in place. I also used it on the background to give everything a sparkle.
Title added along with the Journey Patches. I traced the images from the Daisy Scout Book – my printer is dead. I would recommend scanning the images from the Daisy Scout™ Handbook and printing them out.
Lettering completely finished and the Girl Scout Law and the Girl Scout Promise were added. I used the sheets from K & Company Paper Pack. I matted them with corresponding paper.
I wanted to show how much fun being a Girl Scout™ is and I wanted the ability to be changed every so often. The frames were created from recycled cardboard (cereal boxes). I used the scrap paper from the K & Company paper pieces from the Law and Promise. I glued Acetate to the inside of the frame and glued a pocket to the back, leaving one side opened so you can get the photos out. I glued the pouch to the board and added the photos.

3 thoughts on “I’m a Daisy Scouts™ Leader!

  1. THIS IS FANTASTIC! I know you did this nearly 10 years ago…but do you happen to have the Daisy petals to print still available? The link above is not talking. Just got thrown into recruiting at our township country fair to recruit for Daisy’s! Thanks fo your help either way!!

      • Thank you so much!! I am an assistant leader for brownies/cadets and the crazy cookie mom. I cannot wait to get those Daisy’s recruited next weekend! Thanks again.

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