This cool ecco-bag was made from recycled plastic bottles and it showcases a portion of my art quilt "Green is in My Nature." The bag was produced by ABC Bakers, one of the two Girl Scout Cookie makers. They printed 15,000 bags and are part of the 2010 Cookie Incentive Program. They are not for resale. ABC will not be making any money from these bags. They have been well received by both volunteers and girls alike. I know that I am personally thrilled about it!
As part of the Product Sales Convention in Reno, NV - every attendee received one of these bags - and they were a big hit! ABC Bakers owns the art quilt. At the convention, there was a drawing and Girl Scouts North Carolina Coastal Pines is now the new owner and will hang it in their lobby. This art quilt was originally made for Larkin Jean Van Horn's Invitational Exhibit "It's Good to be Green," in which all of the pieces were 18Wx45H. It is one of my most favorite pieces that I have ever made. Be a sister to every Girl Scout. I was a GS for 5 years in my youth, and an adult volunteer for 14 years. My daughter went from Daisy's to Seniors and earned the Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards.