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Fred the Moose Song Book Friendship Swap Kit

Product Number: MF-10257

Sing-a-long with Fred the Moose at your next event and hand out crafts everyone will remember.

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Custom Girl Scout SWAP StickersFred the Moose Friendship Swap Kit Includes:

  • 30 Safety Pins — 1.25″
  • 30 Printed Tags with the Lyrics to “Fred the Moose” Printed Inside– 2.75″
  • 30+ Printed Moose Juice Labels
  • 30 Mini Plastic Bottles — 2″
  • Assorted Pony Beads


Put a small amount of water in a bowl and add food coloring (not included.) Holding the tip of the bottle in the colored water, squeeze and release it to fill the bottle. Cut off the most of tip leaving about 1/8″. Squeeze a dollop of hot glue (not included) on the opening and place a pony bead over it. Cut off one of the labels. Wrap around the bottle and secure with a piece of tape.

Fold the cards back and forth on the perforation and gently tear to separate. Write your SWAP information on the back.  Hot glue a bottle to the card only putting the glue on the taped area. Poke a pin through the card (use a hole punch to make it easier.)

Note: The “bottles” will look more authentic if you flatten the bottoms a little like we did. To do this, press the side of the metal point of a low temp glue gun against the bottle bottom. Hold only long enough to flatten slightly. Repeat several times rotating the bottle slightly each time. If your glue gun is too hot or you leave in place too long you will poke through the plastic. Small holes can be plugged with hot glue. Large holes will ruin the bottle. Leave the bottoms rounded if working with younger girls or you don’t want to take the time for this step.


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Weight .5 lbs
Dimensions 1 × 1 × 1 in

2 reviews for "Fred the Moose Song Book Friendship Swap Kit"

  1. Rated 5 out of 5


  2. Rated 4 out of 5


    These are really cute, but very labor intensive. You need a hot glue gun to seal the bottle and glue the cap on, and to glue the bottle to the paper (though I suppose you could use glue dots?). You also have to cut out the label stickers and cover them with tape so they stay on. I bought these for an event with mostly Daisies and Brownies. We had a 4 person assembly line helping to put these together and it still wasn’t enough. I would recommend these for older Juniors and up who can make them independently.

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