Monday, March 6, 2017

How to Make and Pour Plaster Neckerchief Slides for your Cub Scouts

How to make and pour plaster neckerchief slides for your Cub Scouts...

Thanks to Felice Sanchez Clements for doing a video for us. She is Cubmaster in the Hobble Creek District Community Pack 1456, Utah National Parks Council.

  • To see the handout on how to pour slides, CLICK HERE
  • To see other neckerchief slide ideas, CLICK HERE

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1 comment:

  1. Glad to see others passing on this trick. So handy for themed events, and a kid can never have too many slides. Search on Amazon for candy molds and silicone ice cub'll be amazed how wide of a variety is available.

    One tip we've used...we have taken a paperclip, unfolded and refolded it into a "loop with feet", and used that for the backer. It's a bit more work, but keeps the pricepoint super low.