Find out what supplies you’ll need to participate in our camp crafting and cooking activities below!
If needed, here is a Metric/Imperial conversion tool
Time Vortex in a Bottle
- 1 clear container with a lid (an empty drink bottle, a jar, a craft bottle, anything clear with a lid that you can easily seal and hold in your hands)
- 1 bottle of clear glue
- Glitter (any color)
- Beads, buttons, or small toys (optional)
- Food coloring (optional)
- Hot glue gun or super glue (optional)
Thread Art Shenanigans (with a dash of watercolours)
- 16 st count Aida cloth, 9, 8×9,8 inches (25x25cm).
- If you’re using another kind of aida cloth (14,18) your measurements will be different.
- Embroidery floss or perle cotton in different colours
- A blunt needle (the ones for cross stitch)
- Watercolours & brushes
- A heat erasable pen, like the frixion ones (optional)
- Small beads, sequins, ribbons, odd pieces of yarn or string, tiny buttons… (optional)
- An 13 or 16 cm embroidery hoop to frame the finished project. Hoop can also be used to hold the project while you work
Camp Paint Along
- Canvas (whatever size you prefer)
- Brushes (various sizes or just one its up to you!)
- Paint colors – Rainbow it! (While you can pick your shades your own try to have your basic colors- you can mix for other colors if needed!)
Making IGGPPCamp Cabin Bracelets and Badges
- 1 skein of DMC Embroidery Floss of each:
- 3832 Raspberry Med
- 959 Sea Green Med
- 648 Beaver Gray Lt
- Troop Design:
- Vortex: 1 skein* of 553 Violet and 1 skein of BLACK;
- 13: 1 skein* of 992 Aquamarine Lt and 1 skein of BLACK;
- Memory: 1 skein* of WHITE and 1 skein of BLACK;
- Time Travel: 1 skein of 946 Burnt Orange Med and 1 skein of BLACK.
* 1 skein will do the job, but depending on how long you wish the bracelet to be, 2 will cover it.
- 2 sheets of thick white paper (A4 sized)
- cardboard or cardstock, 20 cm long, to cut thin strips into
- glue or double-sided tape (or any equivalent, permanent or not)
- cutter or scalpel
- pens, markers or colored pencils
- optional: a printer to print the template
Create Your Own IGGLE Scout Sash!
*Amount of supplies depends on the size of the wearer and how many badges they want on their sash. Since this activity is meant to be low-cost/free, iggles who want to pursue a fully sewn sash are welcome to follow their own pattern to join in. Please make sure to get the yardage needed for your body size. Iron-on patches and buttons are available on the IGGPPC store.
- Something to go across your body and tie, like a scarf
Recycled paper bags or something similar
- Printer (optional)
- Crayons, colored pencils, etc.
- Glue, tape, or safety pins (suggested if you use a scarf, etc.)
- Recycled cardboard boxes (to give paper badges structure)
Trying Your Hand at Visible Mending
- A piece of clothing with a minor rip or hole
- scrap fabric (of a similar material) enough to cover the hole
- one standard floss of embroidery (8 m) in a color that pairs nicely with your clothing
- sewing pins
- embroidery needle
- scissors (preferably fabric scissors)
Secret Code Bracelets
- Beads in at least two different colors or shapes. Examples: seed and tube beads or pony beads.
- String, fishing line, or bracelet elastic to put the beads on.
- Clasp (optional if you’re feeling fancy with your kind of beads. A knot works just fine otherwise!)”
Time Lord Tini Cocktail (or Mocktail)
- 1-2 fruit juices of choice (apple, grape, etc. I’ve been loving a natural beet and berry juice lately!)
- Fizzies, if you like bubbles (soda or tonic water, your favorite flavored water thing, kombucha, champagne, Prosecco, whatever floats your boat!)
- Spirit of choice, if not already using some bubbly (omit for the mock tail version or simply add in a splash of bitters/flavored simple syrup)
- Fruit to garnish (sliced citrus, a few berries, whatever floats your boat!)
- Pizza base of your choice (pre-made pizza crust, tortilla, naan, whatever you like best)
- Your favorite sauce
- Melty cheese (mozzarella is most common, but use what you like best)
- Assorted toppings (veggies, proteins, again whatever you like best. It’s helpful if you pick things you can cut into shapes)
Back to the Future 1955 Pineapple Jell-O in a Can
Orange Creamsicle Cookies
- 1⁄2 cup Tang orange crystals or 1/2 cup other orange drink mix
- 3⁄4 cup sugar
- 1⁄2 cup butter
- 1 large egg
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1 3⁄4 cups all-purpose flour
- 1⁄2 teaspoon baking soda
- 1⁄2 teaspoon baking powder
- 1 1⁄2 cups vanilla baking chips