The first craft we did with the girls was this wall art. We had a slew of patterned paper for the young women to choose from. After they decided on a paper, they traced a template of their monogram onto a coordinating card stock. After cutting out their monogram, they simply adhered the patterned paper to a canvas board [with mod-podge], then layered the monogram on top of that. Easy, peasy. [in theory, anyway] Next year, if I'm lucky enough to go back to camp, we will be sure to have written instructions displayed for the girls that sneak in after we have demonstrated the crafting method.
The second craft was the favorite of the young women. They were able to choose from a deer, a rabbit, or a butterfly to adorn these sweet canvas covered journals. [most of the young women chose the deer] The shapes were pre-traced onto fabric squares that had already been heat n' bonded. All they had to do was cut the shape and then adhere it to the journal with the iron. Some girls chose to stitch with a needle and thread around the lettering, but most opted to keep it simple.
Thanks to my crafting partner in crime, dear Marilyn, for all of your help! I had a blast and I'm sure the girls did too.