Gnoming with my sisters

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This is original custom patch I made for a client. These are extras anyone can order, keep in mind there are limited quantities available. 

Enjoy outdoor activities and spend time with other Girl Scout sisters. Here are some activities inspired by Girl Scouts that you can consider:

1. Nature hikes: Organize group hikes in local parks or nature reserves. Explore the trails, learn about local flora and fauna, and enjoy the beauty of the outdoors together.

2. Camping adventures: Plan camping trips where you can set up tents, gather around a campfire, and share stories. Don't forget to incorporate fun activities like stargazing and cooking outdoors.

3. Outdoor games: Engage in classic outdoor games like capture the flag, scavenger hunts, or relay races. These activities promote teamwork, leadership, and friendly competition.

4. Environmental projects: Collaborate on projects that contribute to the environment, such as tree planting, beach cleanups, or building birdhouses. It's an excellent opportunity to learn about environmental stewardship and make a positive impact in your community.

5. Outdoor cooking: Experiment with outdoor cooking methods, like making campfire meals or having a picnic. Encourage everyone to contribute their favorite outdoor recipes and enjoy delicious food together.

6. Team-building activities: Engage in team-building exercises to strengthen relationships and foster collaboration among the Girl Scout sisters. Activities like trust falls, rope courses, or problem-solving challenges can be both fun and educational.

7. Outdoor crafts: Set up craft stations outdoors where you can create nature-inspired crafts. Use materials like pinecones, leaves, and rocks to make jewelry, painted stones, or pressed flower art.

8. Community service projects: Identify local community service opportunities, such as volunteering at a food bank, organizing a clothing drive, or participating in a charity walk. These activities allow you to give back while bonding with your Girl Scout sisters.