Cub and Boy Scout Friends Table Decorations
Parental supervision is recommended
These Cub and Boy Scout table personalized place markers are ideal for the Blue and Gold Banquet or the Boy Scout Court of Honor.
What you'll need:
- Scanner (for the difficult version)
- Cardstock paper
- 2 identical school pictures or snapshots of each child (check size!)
- Paint program OR markers, crayons, or colored pencils
- 2 Popsicle sticks per child
How to make it:
- Follow the directions for the Crossover Cub and Boy Scout Friends Decorations but do not create the crossover bridge and only decorate one Scout, either the Cub or the Boy.
- Print two copies so the Scout is double-sided and can be seen from the other side of the table. Make a Scout for each person that you are inviting to your Blue & Gold Banquet or Court of Honor.
- After all steps are complete, use your graphics program to create a sign for either the Cub Scout or the Boy Scout to hold. An example would be: I'm Saving this Place for my Dad. Make tw signs for each Scout to hold (one on each side). If your Den or Troop are not familiar with every person, you may wish to put the real name of the person rather than their relation to you. This will make it easier for people to call your dad, mother, grandmother, etc. by name.
- Use these place markers to help set the table and also as a momento for your guest.
- Have fun!
The Paint program that is supplied with Windows works very well for this project.
Many thanks goes to Terri of Making Friends who allowed us to customize her Scout Friends and share them with you.