Friday, May 25, 2012

Arrow Of Light

I was so proud of my son and his pack when they received the highest award in Cub Scouting, the Arrow of Light. They were each presented with a beautifully finished wooden wall hanging created by the grandfather of one of the boys. Cradled in the cup hooks attached to the hanging is an authentic arrow.

Here is the page I scrapped with photos taken at the ceremony:


The Simple Stories Awesome collection had the perfect papers for my rustic-colored, boy-theme photos. I added a little banner made with a trio of triangular paper-covered chipboard flags alternating with buttons. The numbers on the notebook represent the boys' pack number.



It was an exciting time for the boys as they joined the older scouts for meetings and activities. But sadly it did not last for Kevin. School was becoming more challenging and time-consuming and night time activities were difficult. Finally, he asked to quit scouting. He didn't find it fun anymore. Great memories of good times and camp-outs will have to suffice.

8 comments:

TracieClaiborne said...

Wow! This is so full of detail! Beautiful.

Elisa K said...

This is an awesome BSA layout... Love it and all the details. great photos. Thanks for sharing.

Mary Pat Siehl said...

this is awesome!!! great job! love the details

Lisa Rukin Swift said...

Love the page and the great details on here!

Julia said...

Wonderful story!!! Layout is fabulous!!

Mary Jo Rhoda said...

What a great collection for this layout!
And what a great gift for them to receive!!
Love the banner and how you did the title :)

Patricia said...

Love how this is all layed out- great detail work!

gale said...

Beautiful layout-what a proud moment that must have been.