This last weekend my girl scout troop went to the nature center for an Earth Day Celebration.
They had different stations set up for the girls to participate in.
There was a healthy snack session. Some older girl scouts talked briefly about nutrition and showed the girls how to make a delicious healthy snack all by themselves.
I felt like my Grandma Betty when I asked if I could take all of the banana peels home for my compost bin! Hailey and I just started it and we are short on the greens that need to be added! More about that later.
Another station was making a birdfeeder. A local bagel shop donated day old bagels that otherwise would have been thrown out. The girls simply spread peanut butter on one side and dipped it in bird seed. A piece of yarn tied to it allows you to hang it from a tree.
My favorite session was using an old T-shirt to make a bag! No sewing at all, just cutting! This was totally up my alley – – I don’t sew!
First you cut the sleeves and the neck off of the shirt.
Turn the shirt inside out and then lay down a piece of some magical tape that I was told I could find in the sewing section in between the bottom pieces of the shirt and iron it to create a seam without sewing!
Turn the shirt right side out and do a little trimming and voila! A groovy recycled bag!
We ended the fun day with a hike around the pond. I snapped this pic of my beautiful baby.