Cub Scout Wolf Den Flag - parent hands under boy hand. The boys wrote their initials on the felt and I outlined them with embroidery stitches. Mostly made from felt.

Cub Scout Wolf Den Flag - parent hands under boy hand. The boys wrote their initials on the felt and I outlined them with embroidery stitches.

Made this sign for my bears and each hanging bear has a face pick of each boy. They added their names with white Sharpies.

Idea - Sooo cute - each hanging bear has a face pic of a Cub Scout. They added their names with white Sharpies.

Tod Larson: How to build a Cub Scout flag stand

Here is how I built flag stands for our Cub Scout Den flag and our American flag. This is a simple, yet very rugged, design that young boys.

We should make den flags with pins for each boy that can be moved from flag to flag as they advance. -- How to Make a Den Flag for Cub Scouts | eHow.com

How to Make a Den Flag for Cub Scouts

We should make den flags with pins for each boy that can be moved from flag to flag as they advance. -- How to Make a Den Flag for Cub Scouts | eHow.com

Finally finished our den flag =o) AKELAS in white, WOLF CUBS in yellow. Inside flame: "do our best" Maryland Pack 665, Den 9

Finally finished our den flag =o) AKELAS in white, WOLF CUBS in yellow. Inside flame: "do our best" Maryland Pack Den 9

Here's our Tiger Den flag! We had each tiger (12 boys!) trace both hands onto a pre-cut 8x10ish felt square. We traced both hands to make a copy front and back on the flag. We cut all the letters out, the hands, and glued them down with felt glue. So far so good on holding up. I sewed loops on the top to slip it on to the flag pole. Don't worry if it's not perfect - cut yourself some slack. ;-) Just Do Your Best. :) #cubscouts

trace hands onto a pre-cut felt square. (both hands to make a copy front and back on the flag.) cut all the letters out, the hands, and glue them down with felt glue.

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