Mail a Merit Badge!
Jan 21 2014 at 1:06pm EST
Merit Badges are wonderful to give and receive on Writing.Com, but wouldn't it be great to receive a matching memento in the mail? YES!

*Bullet* Recipient receives a 1" button in a congratulatory card and envelope
*Bullet* Collectible card with your unique printed message
*Bullet* Pin on back of button allows for easy display anywhere
*Bullet* Display individual Merit Badge and Awardicon cards in pocket page protectors for easy keeping and showcasing

See "Merit Badges and Achievements for complete details.
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Wish the Girl Scouts would make them this way....
Like Dec 1, 2014 at 5:02pm
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Physical version of Merit Badges= *Heart*
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