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[rec.scouting.*] Leader Hints (FAQ 13)
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If your pack has the money, buy a set of the wolf's head plastic molds from you
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local scout shop (they're also in the catalog).  They're about a buck a piece.
Get enough for the largest den in your pack and then you can pass them around
from den to den.  Next year, get the bear heads, etc.

Let the kids mix up some plaster of paris and fill the molds.  The molds will
take several days to harden completely.  At the next meeting, the kids can pain
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them.  We did blue edges and yellow backgrounds then each boy choose the color
for the wolf head itself.  We had brown, black, gray, and white wolves.

[Charles Hoffman] A hint on plaster of paris.  Spray a coat of primer or varnis
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on the plaster before painting.  Otherwise the plaster can act like a sponge.

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