10 Felt Projects for Girl Scouts

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Before I share 10 felt projects for Girl Scouts, I want to share my favorite one.  I made this tote bag for my co-leader with nine stitched squares, each one celebrating a memory from this past year filled with adventures.  You can read all about it on the Kunin Blog today!  This post was sponsored but the ideas and opinions are mine.  You can get the felt on Amazon (FREE SHIPPING WITH PRIME) .

Felt GIrl Scout Projects Service and Craft Ideas

Girl Scouts LOVE LOVE LOVE to make things.  Working with felt has been an all time favorite material for this troop for sure.  From SWAPS for camp to service projects, they have made so many amazing creations that have helped them earn badges, and awards while accessing creativity.

Being in service is a huge part of Girl Scouts.  Our troop really enjoys service projects where they get to create and make things.  We made these hygiene kits for a local homeless shelter a while back.  You can grab the details HERE.

A few months ago at the ending of cookie selling season, we visited the local dog shelter and donated our Hometown Hero cookies to the volunteers.   We also made darling blankets for the shelter dogs.

While we take basic first aid supplies for granted, many families do not have access.  These pencil box first aid kits are great to donate to the homeless shelter too.  You can get all of the details HERE.

The girls love to exchange SWAPS at camp.  Check these out!  They have great ideas and great messages.  Find out more about them HERE.

Here are links to some 0ther great Girl Scouts projects with felt!

Felt Decorated Cookie Booth

Girl Scout Bunk Pockets

Girl Scout Lummi Stick Bag

Owl Shoulder Bag for SWAPS

Little Rainbow Cloud Bridging Gift

Puppy Banner for Animal Shelter

There are so many ways to create, learn and grow with felt!  You can grab it at your local craft store in small sizes or at Walmart by the yard!
Cheers to Girl Scouts,

Laura

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