I am going to girl's camp this year! Our church holds girl's camp for teenage girl's in the summer where they learn all kinds of skills and life/spiritual lessons. It is always so much fun! I used to go when I was a girl and loved it. My daughters all went and they loved it, (except maybe one of them). Sometimes I get to go as a leader and this year I will be a cabin mom.
If there is one thing that I do not love about camp, or camping, it is having gross hair. Now that I am older, my hair doesn't get greasy as quickly as it once did. For teenagers, that is a different story. So, when I saw this tee that says, "Camp Hair, Don't Care", I wished that I could truthfully say those words. The truth is, I always care if my hair is gross!
As a cabin mom, I am always on the look-out for cute things to do for the girls in my cabin. Since our theme for camp for this year is BOOT CAMP, I decided to look for camouflage bandannas for the girls. (BOOT Camp stands for Build Our Own Testimonies.) I couldn't find what I wanted for the price I wanted, so I found some fabric and started sewing them myself. Then I found this post on pinterest and the idea bells went off in my head! I decided to make the girls camp hair goodie bags! The recipe on the link above was for a small amount, but it showed the ratio of ingredients I would need to make a larger quantity and I was able to make it all for pennies!
One place I like to go online to print cute tags, address labels, etc. is to the Avery website. It is so easy to use and they have a lot of free art to use. They didn't have a template to match the round labels I used, which were not Avery, but to make tags for my gift bags, I used an address label template and just printed it on card stock and then just cut it apart myself.