An Ode to Girl Scouts: 20 Items for Your Inner Cookie Queen
Girl Scout cookie season is upon us! And you know what that means: Thin Mints, Samoas, and Tagalongs, oh my! While we can’t wait to hit up our favorite local cookie sellers, there’s more to celebrating Girl Scouts than cookies. Here are 20 odds and ends that are all about the Girl Scout.
Editor’s Note: We’d be remiss if we didn’t admit that this roundup was at least partially inspired by the reveal that Brit + Co. founder Brit Morin was San Antonio’s Cookie Seller of the Year in 1993 — no surprise!
1. Official Girl Scout Camera ($65): How amazing is this camera? Likely from the 1950s, this is an Imperial 620 Camera manufactured by Herbert George Co of Chicago. It uses 620 or 120 film and will definitely get you one step closer to that photography badge.
2. Mix & Match Stationery ($9): Sweeten up your correspondence with these colorful notes and envelopes.
3. Girl Scout Cookie Cream Cups: Too many cookies on our hands? While we don’t really think that’s possible, this quick recipe will turn your cookies into cookie cups and custom ice cream. (via Brit + Co.)
4. Vintage Badge + Cookies Journal ($10): Channel your inner tween and start keeping a diary again in one of these fun graphic journals.
5. Vintage First Aid Kit ($28): While “vintage” isn’t exactly a words that goes with first aid, we love the retro style of this kit.
6. Modern Girl Scout Shirtdress ($49): Love Girl Scout style but aren’t quite up for rocking you old outfit? We love this dress from Urban Outfitters.
8. Girl Scout Sundress ($200): This dress features an original textile illustrated and designed by Caitlin Shearer and inspired by traditional Girl Scouts badges. Love the sweet silhouette.
9. Mini Cookie Notes ($10): A note in any other form surely couldn’t be sweeter.
11. Girl Scouts Lip Balm ($5 and up): Leave it to Lip Smackers to turn cookies into lip balm.
13. Kutmaster Girl Scout Knife ($52): No scout is equipped in the great outdoors without a pocket knife!
14. 1950s Girl Scout Handbook ($10): Need to do a little homework on the scout front? The illustrations in this old school handbook are pretty incredible.
15. 70s Windbreaker ($42): It’s from the 70s, it’s a windbreaker, and it’s covered in Girl Scout badges. What more do you need to know?
16. Girl Scouts Cookie Cutter ($10): Now you can make every cookie a Girl Scout cookie!
17. Girl Scout Camera Print ($40): Can’t quite work the camera but love the vintage style? Snag this print and bask in the cool mint hue.
What’s your favorite type of Girl Scout cookie? Have you already placed an order this year? Tell us in the comments below.