Here are a few Ideas for Girls Camp.
This is a mural an amazing artist in our ward airbrush painted. He painted on a white sheet. We then hung the mural between two trees. This was such a great addition to our camp.
This picture represents two ideas. One is that we covered the tables with white butcher paper and then the girls wrote what they were grateful for during the week. We would change the paper each day. This was a great way to have the girls focus on the positive aspects of camp.
The second idea is the photos of the girls. I took a picture of each girl before camp. On the picture it says "Let His light shine through you." I printed the photos on vellum paper and attached them to pieces of glass (from Ikea) with spray glue. I then used a white masking tape to tape the four corners of the glass together to make a box. Then I placed a battery operated tea light in each box. They looked amazing and the girls loved them...for about 5 minutes. Unfortunately this story has a very sad ending. Right after we placed them all out on the tables a huge rain storm came up and they were all destroyed by the water. So if it looks like it might rain, get the decorations under cover!
Two years ago Our theme was We seek after these things. This is the logo I came up with. All week the girls were seeking. There were tons of treasure hunts. The logo itself had clues. The crown represents that she is a daughter of God. The earing is a "C" and represents Christ. The necklace is actually a glyph from the original gold plates. I found them here. (Scroll over until you see the correct document.) And finally (this is a bit of a stretch) the pony tail makes an "F" representing faith. Each day we focused on Each of these topics, Daughters of God, coming closer to Christ, and The Book of Mormon and Faith.