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Scout Law Bracelet Kit – LIMITED SUPPLY !

Product Number: MF-05

GSUSA® feels that this product was infringing on their intellectual property. In response, we are discontinuing this product. Supplies are limited.

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  • Pony Beads in the 10 Girl Scout Law* Colors
  • White Pony Beads
  • Elastic Cord  *Cord color may vary*


Cut the cord for the bracelets. Add the colored beads. See the chart below for color meanings. Separate colors with white beads. Tie around wrist or tie around the handle of your tote bag. You can also punch a hole in your Scout Law* patch and add it before closing.

Blue Learning
the Promise
& Fair
Yellow Friendly
& Helpful
& Caring
Red Courageous
& Strong
Orange Responsible
for what I say and do
Purple Respect
Myself & Others
Magenta Respect
Green Use
Resources Wisely
Rose Make
the world a better place
Violet Be
a sister to every Girl Scout


*Not affiliated with, endorsed  by or a licensee of Girl Scouts of the US

Additional information

Weight 0.6 lbs
Dimensions 1 × 1 × 1 in
Item Number


40 reviews for "Scout Law Bracelet Kit - LIMITED SUPPLY !"

  1. :

    Great kit for making bracelets to remind girls of the GS law.

  2. :

    The product was okay except for the fact that the bracelet comes loose too easy. It doesn’t lock in enough for it not to come off easy. My daughter lost the beads on hers the second day she wore it because the clasp came loose and it fell off.It was a fun activity, you just need to change the bracelet.

  3. :

    The bracelet is such a fun craft for the girls to do while learning the Law. I can’t wait to start working with them on it.

  4. :

    did this with my brownie to reinforce the girl scout law. I glued the first and last bead in place to keep them from falling off when they open and closed the bracelet.

  5. :

    We bought the Law bracelets for our troop thinking it was a much better idea than the last one, but we were disappointed; the bracelets are too small for almost all of our Daisies!! They were disappointed when they couldn’t wear them.

  6. :

    Overall fantastic project. The girls enjoyed it and learned a lot. The only issue I’ve had is with the actual bracelet. My daughter’s bracelet doesn’t stay snapped shut, so she keeps losing beads. I’m not sure that it’s been a problem with everyone, though. I would definitely purchase this item again.

  7. :

    The girls had fun putting these together. Although the bracelets came apart a little easy, we put a hole in the card to put the bracelet and a safety pin thru.

  8. :

    Before I purchased these I read the reviews and they are great! The girls loved them and putting them together!Would recommend to all!!

  9. :

    This was a simple project for multiple age groups. Great time saver by having all bead colors and items included.

  10. :

    We used these kits for a Girl Scout Week Party and it was awesome!! THe girls really loved making the bracelets and talking about the law all at the same time!

  11. :

    bracelets unlock and all of the beads fall off. probably should have had a locking bead of some type to start and end.

  12. :

    The troop loved putting the braclets together. Easy and fun

  13. :

    Girls had problems with beads falling off when opening snap to take on and off. With that in mind, I was happy with the bracelets.

  14. :

    Great craft…my young troop loved these!

  15. :

    Personally, I would prefer the violet. There is no navy petal and I feel that would be more confusing to them than having 2 similar colors. (From [email protected]: we have updated it to 2 purple colors. There is no longer the dark blue bead in the kit.)

  16. :

    didn’t do this yet but I like the idea of the snap bracelets. It’s hard for the little ones sometimes to manage the elastic cord. I also like that u can add the beads a you earn them. Will post again after we make them to let u no what we think. =)

  17. :

    I bought 6 kits for my troop to make at least 70 bracelets. I spent over $60. The night before we were to make these I was going to make a sample. My daughter looked at the colors and was very upset because for the violet they had replaced it with navy. I had to go to a craft shop and spend another $10 on a bundle of beads that had the color violet. The picture on here shows violet but they do not send you what they advertise. (A note from Terri: Sorry you were disappointed. The colors were chosen to best match the daisy petals. For reference go here: http://www.bdgsc.org/shared/content/product_objects/productimage/daisy_petal_set.jpg Bead colors are limited. We found that having distinct color choices was easier for the younger girls rather than 2 purple colors that were too close together to discern the difference. Would be interested to know if others agree or disagree with the poster)

  18. :

    The girls (5 grade 1 Daisies) loved doing this project. I put all the beads in a pile, and they had to make sure there were enough of every colour for each girl, and they worked on sharing out the white beads too. Then they had to find out each colour for each law. It took probably longer to do it this way, but they had to work for it!! :)

  19. :

    I bought this for my 1st grade Daisies… they loved it and it was simple to put together. Their shared the beads and helped one another. It was a great project! The patch was fantastic too!

  20. :

    I have used this to teach/review the law with Daisies and Brownies – the girls LOVED this project.

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