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Girl Scout Dessert Decorations thru the years...
Early varieties of these green & yellow picks were made of wire, a wooden bead and felt. Yum.
Some "Girl Scout" toppers were likely unlicensed and varied in quality.
Unique Industries, Philadelphia PA,
made in Taiwan
These plastic trefoil picks are sturdy, nicely designed and wash well. Maker unknown
These plastic cake toppers were made in Hong Kong and distributed by Amscan of Harrison, NY.
They have survived the test of time.
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!
Images from the 1967 Wilton Cake Decorating Book
Plastic Girl Scout & Brownie Cake Toppers
(note that they have gloves on!
Various modern Girl Scout Candy molds
Girl Scouts & Morton Salt | Girl Scouts on Sugar Packets | Girl Scout Candy - Vintage
Girl Scout Snacks - Modern | Girl Scout & Bread | Drink to the Girl Scouts!
Girl Scouts are Nuts | GIRL SCOUT ICE CREAM!!!!!!
Girl Scout Cookbooks | It's a Girl Scout Party! | Girl Scout Plates
Girl Scout Dessert Decorations thru the Years... | Girl Scout Dog Treats