Girl Scout Dessert Decorations thru the years...

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Early varieties of these green & yellow picks were made of wire, a wooden bead and felt. Yum.

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Some "Girl Scout" toppers were likely unlicensed and varied in quality.

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Unique Industries, Philadelphia PA,

made in Taiwan

These plastic trefoil picks are sturdy, nicely designed and wash well. Maker unknown

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These Dessert Decorations are such a rare find. Why - because we ate them! Left- Betty Crocker's are 35 cents, and below the partial package is 25 cents!

Maker unknown 

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These plastic cake toppers were made in Hong Kong and distributed by Amscan of Harrison, NY.

They have survived the test of time.

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Images from the 1967 Wilton Cake Decorating Book

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Plastic Girl Scout & Brownie Cake Toppers

(note that they have gloves on!

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Various modern Girl Scout Candy molds

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2016

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2018