Thank you so much for your question! If it is a Daisy Model Car Design badge the badge is shaped like a daisy with a car in the center, , it goes on the front of the vest with the other earned skill builder badges. Skill builder badges go at the bottom. A parent or scout can also temporarily place badges with a stitch or two until she can get confirmation about placement, and then fuse them on once certain. Uniforms provide unity among Girl Scouts and a feeling of belonging to a worldwide sisterhood. If you've run out of room on the sash for Try-its, it is okay to place some on the back of the sash! Disc for Membership Star-green 12. Place the Membership Numeral Guard to tab's right.
All fun patches go on the back of the vest or sash. Girl Scouts in high school have the option of wearing a scarf that unites their look with that of Girl Scout sisters around the world. This is a really good question because it can get confusing with all the different types of cookie badges and patches, especially for Daisies! A Daisy tunic, for example, has a different placement plan than a Daisy vest does. Finally, Daisies can also earn a cookie pin, which is an actual metal pin that goes on the right side of the vest or tunic, below membership stars. Some troops earn the First Aid badge as a skill-builder, and not as part of the Outdoor Journey, so if that is the case, you can place the badge on the right side of the vest, with other skill-builder badges. The Cookie Sale Activity Pins are oriented toward the vest's opening while the Silver Torch Award Pin is oriented toward the vest's side seam. The unicorn troop crest goes on the front of the uniform, just above the troop numbers and below any Council emblem or flag emblem.
In this case, fun patches always go on the back of the vest or tunic. Placement of the cookie pin is similar, on the Brownie vest or Cadette vest. Either a vest or sash is used to display badges and awards; for those choosing a vest, the placement of the American Flag Patch, Girl Scout Identification Set, Troop Crest, Troop Numbers and Membership Stars and Discs is identical to the previous vest placements. Junior Badge Placement The Junior Girl Scout badge organization is similar to the Brownie, although there are different badges to place. The Girl Scout Bronze Award is attached to the left and center of the insignia tab pins; the Membership Numeral Guard is positioned to the right of the insignia tab pins. Requirements for placing badges, patches and insignia can change from year to year. Thanks for your excellent question! Junior, Cadette, Senior and Ambassador scouts earn skill-builder First Aid badges.
For over a century, Girl Scouts have proudly worn distinctive uniforms that symbolize the high ideals for which Girl Scouting stands. The badges and awards on the insignia tab follow the same placement scheme as that given for the Cadette vest starting at the placement of the 100th Anniversary Pin and ending with the Journey Summit Award Pins. Find these pins and those for national-level positions. . If not, the Bars can go below the Brownie Wings or Bridge to Cadette insignia.
If your Journey awards and badges don't fit on the front of your vest or sash, you can wear them on the back. Juniors may also wear their Brownie Wings on the front of their vest. The Junior Aide award, if earned, goes below the program age level bridging award. You may do so, if you wish, or simply place them in a row. Since this is earned, it goes on the front of the vest or sash. Journey patch sets go under the Signs, and skill-builder badges are placed along the hemline on both sides of the vest.
Since it is nice to see how many Take Action projects a scout has done, you will often see Take Action badges arranged in a group. Brownie Journey Award Patch Set 6. If you are still unsure, check the shape of the badge or patch. Journey Summit Award Pins are next, followed by Journey Award Badges, which should be attached at the bottom of the vest. Girl Scouts at the Daisy and Brownie levels have a full uniform ensemble available. Some girls like to arrange Journey badges to indicate that they belong to a set, but it is fine to simply start at the bottom hem of the vest and work your way up in rows.
If you run out of room completely on the front of the vest, it's okay to place some badges on the back of the vest! But there are commonalities between program age levels as far as where badges and pins are grouped and placed. If the Day of Service patch is not the same shape as other earned badges small and round, or triangular like a Try-it , that's a good indication that it is meant to be a patch that goes onto the back of the vest or sash. Shop for Cadette Uniforms and Uniform Items Visit any of our Girl Scout shops to purchase badges, uniforms, recognitions, gifts, special packages, and more! If it is a skill-builder badge, it will go on the front of the vest, on the girl's right side, with placement starting at the hemline and working up. I will of course, post more videos, but your support helps my channel to grow. Place Cadette LiA Award Badges on bottom left of vest and add others upward.
Under this, place the troop crest followed by the troop numbers, and membership discs. If you are talking about the Community Service Bars, these are the awards available to Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassador scouts. Official awards must be worn on the front of the sash or vest. The highest program level award - the Bronze award for Juniors - goes at the same level as troop numbers. Cookie Sale Activity Pin 5. Scouting Badges and Awards Protocol Consult the website or your Girl Scout guidebook for more information on the placement of badges and patches. If the badge does not look similar in size and shape to other earned Brownie badges, then it is likely considered to be a fun patch, and so would go on the back of the vest or sash.