Lookie what I made at camp!

Happy Monday folks! Well, I survived a weekend in the wilderness with 9 Brownie Girl Scouts. I must say the girls and us moms held up surprisingly well despite the constant rain we received. I am not kidding, we did not see the sun the entire weekend. Apparently there is a beautiful view of Mt Katahdin from our campsite but it was in the clouds all weekend. The girls still had a blast though and that is what counts! Here is the clothspin worry doll I made in Arts & Crafts:

I really liked Arts and Crafts because it was in a warm dry building with electricity LOL! Here are the dolls our girls made:

The staff at the camp was great, they had many teen girls from England on staff and one from New Zealand. The campers loved their accents (I’m sure they though out Maine accent was funny too!)

Today is a relaxing day for me (I have to recoup from the miles of hiking whilst carrying a backpack full of wet towles-yes, I am a totally wimp!) and I think I need another pot of coffee before I am set to rights 🙂 Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

6 thoughts on “Lookie what I made at camp!

  1. Love your ideas for camp crafts and swaps, as well as your blog in general, keep them coming!

    Any ideas for teen camp crafts would be cool, too

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  2. Mwhap, U could give each one of them a big kiss. I bet that most of the girls(et maybe some of the moms w/their daughters) will put these dolls away, et someday in 10-15-20-40yrs when they are re-found, oh mayb they’ll recall the rain, but mostly the phnomenal time they shared making a rainning week-end memories. Gald U R all home, safe and most of all healthy, go et enjoy an Espom salt bath soak, et a good
    herbal tea, Kudos 2 U!

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