Category Archives: American Heritage Girls

AHG Badge Help – Bible Basics #17

Our PiPas have been meeting virtually during the Covid pandemic.  We have recently completed the Bible Basics badge.  The hardest part of this badge when meeting virtually is requirement #17.  Since this is not an optional there is no way … Continue reading

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A New View

Last week I shared the changes we made to my daughter’s room.  It was a great time for us to be able to finish the Home Decorating Merit Badge.  Here is a peek at the window treatment she made to … Continue reading

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Denim Bulletin Board

To go with my daughters new quilt, and to help finish the Home Decorating Merit Badge, she created this bulletin board. Requirement #20 of the Home Decorating Merit Badge has you upcycle an item for your room.

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AHG Badge Help – Special Delivery #16

Are you confused by all of the philatelic vocabulary associated with the Special Delivery Merit Badge? Have no fear the internet is here!!!

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AHG Badge Help – Special Delivery #12

Since I seem to be on a roll, I thought I would continue my series on the Special Delivery merit badge and look at what to do with the stamps that you have started to collect.  Should you hinge or … Continue reading

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AHG Badge Help – Special Delivery #20

Stamp collecting can be a great way to study modern history. By researching the people and places and things idolized on a stamp you can tell what is important to people throughout different decades. But did you know that stamp … Continue reading

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AHG Badge Help – Special Delivery #8

Today I thought I would continue sharing a few resources I have for the Special Delivery Merit Badge. The first stamp ever created is known as a “Penny Black”.  Issued in 1840 in England under the reign of Queen Victoria.  … Continue reading

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