I featured suggestions for , and Girl Scouts earlier this week. The way we are handling it is this: it is a patch,and so goes on the back of a sash or vest. Journey Summit Award Pins are next and are centered on the upper part of the vest. Junior Journey Award Patch Set 8. Since it is an earned badge, it goes on the front of the sash, below all the usual insignia, and below Journey badges. Official awards must be worn on the front of the sash or vest. At the top, the American flag patch is placed.
Eight Basic Camping Skills Patch Program Brownie through Junior Girl. Find these pins and those for national-level positions. Junior Girl Scouts typically wear either a green vest. For juniors, this would be the Bronze Award pin. Girl Scout badges, patches, awards, and other insignia should be presented, worn, and displayed only after Girl Scouts have completed the requirements outlined in official program materials. Each year the pin color changes.
Pros: Bragging rights that you are a master ironist. They can go on the lower edge, in a row, or you can make a pyramid with several of them, or you can place them so that they make a pattern of your choice. Each vest comes with a tag that shows placement. On a sash, the set will go on the front, towards the lower part of the sash, but above individual badges. The back of the vest and sash are the only acceptable place for patches, which are generally given out for participation with no other requirements. Add your Senior Journey Award Pins and Badges below the Journey Summit Award Pins, and place your Cadette Journey Award Badges below the Senior awards. Where to Place Insignia on a Uniform.
I do endorse blazing one's own trail purely because to do so doesn't actually violate any of the major principles on which the organization is based. Insignia is the general term for all official items that girls and adults can wear on their uniforms. For every year completed, a star is placed on the uniform. Remember that when wearing a sash, insignia pins go on a felt tab which is pinned to the girl's shirt, over her heart on the left side and not onto the sash itself. Brownie fly-up wings follow below. People will go to some pretty serious lengths to avoid pulling out a needle and thread. However, the back of the uniform is meant for all unofficial badges and patches including cookie, camp, and fun patches.
With Try-Its, you can get a little creative! In this case, fun patches always go on the back of the vest or tunic. Insignia placement, however, is not negotiable. These patches adorn the back of the vest. If you are still unsure, check the shape of the badge or patch. The Safety award, if earned, goes immediately below the membership stars. If they are round, then they could be Council badges, and would still go on the front of the Junior vest, along with other earned badges. In addition to the standard white and khaki option, Brownies may choose to wear a full uniform ensemble, which includes a Brownie shirt, beanie, tie, skort, and socks or tights.
If you run out of room on the right side, you can place some on the left side, again starting at the hemline and moving up. For every year completed, a star is placed on the uniform. Despite all of this, placement is still a puzzle, so I suggested she bring her vest, badges, and patches to me and we'd put them on together. The Cooie Activity pin also is an earned award and goes on the front of the vest or sash. Each year the pin color changes. As you earn additional Journey awards, work your way up.
It's free and it helps me out a lot, thanks!! Girl Scout Pin traditional or contemporary 4. It helps to reinforce the program goals of building character and confidence in girls. This article for Junior-level troop leaders explains key patches, pins, insignia, and their placement on the Junior uniform. Most girls like to group the Journey badges together by set, sometimes in a pattern circle, big triangle, etc but it is perfectly fine to simply line them up in a row. Girl Scouts at the Daisy and Brownie levels have a full uniform ensemble available. All official awards are worn on the front of the sash or vest. If there is no more room, it is perfectly fine to place the badge on the back.
This may come as a surprise to those of you who have read my previous articles and have gleaned that I can and do often make my own rules, otherwise known as blazing my own trail. And also fast and durable, if you are a witch. Insignia, placed on a felt tab, will go over the girl's heart on the girl's left vest side. That will give you more room to add above and you will be less likely to run out of space. Thank you so much for your question! I think I may be stumped! This is a bit confusing, so bear with me. There is a sort of hierarchy. The Bridge award to the program age level goes below the membership stars.
The Junior Aide award, if earned, goes below the program age level bridging award. . The girls were given a blank vest and a pile of insignia pieces. Emblems go at the top of the sash and in order of importance: American flag, Council patch, troop crest, troop numbers, membership stars, Bridge award, Junior Aide award, Brownie wings. Copyright Laws and cannot be duplicated or posted online. Underneath the insignia, the Sign badges are placed, grouped together in a rectangle.
At the top, the American flag patch is placed. In addition to the standard white and blue option, Daisies may choose to wear a full uniform ensemble, which includes a beanie and leggings or a skirt. Regardless of your preference, the very best way to attached badges and patches to fabric is to teach your Scout how to sew. Ambassador Badge Placement Ambassador badge placement of the American Flag Patch, Council Identification Set, Troop Crest, Troop Numerals and membership discs is identical to the Daisy, Brownie, Junior, Cadette and Senior placement. Cookie badges are shaped like other Girl Scout badges - triangular, round, diamond, rectangular, or stylized square depending on grade level. Uniform Basics Juniors have the option of a green vest or sash.