Daisy Uniforms and Insignia

 #17 Daisy Uniforms and Insignia




Uniforms are not required in Girl Scouts, but most girls like to have a tunic or vest to display their Daisy Awards and fun patches.




The Daisy Pin has the trefoil for the three parts of the Promise and the daisy flower as a symbol. A daisy was chosen because it was the nickname for Juliette Gordon Lowe, founder of Girl Scouts in the USA.


The girls also receive the World Trefoil Pin. This pin is a symbol of the international aspect of Girl Scouting.


Other insignia and earned awards that Daisies can wear on their uniform include:

American Flag:  This patch is worn on the uniform to show that you’re an American Girl Scout.



Troop Numbers: Girl Scout troops are given a number (s) to identify their troop.



Bridge to Brownies: This patch is earned by learning about Girl Scout Brownies.


Membership Stars: Each star represents one year as a Girl Scout and is pinned on a disc.  The color of the disc indicates your Girl Scout level.  Girl Scout Daisies get a blue disc.  The number of stars shows how many years you’ve been a member of each level.  Purchased at the end of each Girl Scout year



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