Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Campfire Neckerchief Slides for Cub Scouts

We were asked by Alpine District to store their files on our website since they do not have access to the place their files were stored anymore.  Here you go!

We made some new neckerchief slides at Roundtable last night.  I love neckerchief slides!  I think they are so fun to wear.  Tonight we made some campfires to show what you could do for a campfire program or any outdoor event.  Campfires seem to signify all things outdoors to everyone!  Nothing better than a camp fire to make you think of the great outdoors.

If you are interested, I have made it easy for you to reproduce.  Just print out this PDF on cardstock, cut out 3 different size flames (I even gave you an extra in case you messed up).

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Using the back side of the template (so you won't see the pen marks), trace it onto fun foam.  

Cut out the fire pieces, turn them over (so you don't see the pen marks), and hot glue them together.  I found these small craft sticks at Hobby Lobby.  They are shorter than regular popsicle sticks, and worked quite well.  

For the backs, I like to use 1/2" PVC pipe.  It works great!  

Then, you can use whatever you want to decorate it with.  I tried it with glitter glue, and sharpie markers, but I think I might like the plain ones the best.  Good luck! 

1 comment:

  1. Thank you so much! I truly appreciate the free download. Going to make these for our upcoming jamboree.