Every year I try to do a meeting where the girls create their own Traders.
Traders are hat crafts that girls can trade with each other. Many of the other units (who have older girls) just either send them home, or send home ideas and have the girls bring them to camp independently. With Sparks, however, we thought that it'd be a great idea to do it as a mother/daughter thing. The parents seem to really enjoy making the crafts with their kids.
When I make up the crafts I purchase all the stuff that will be needed, and divide it between different bags. I also make up an example of the craft itself.
The girls arrive, with their moms/aunties/sisters etc, introduce them in circle, and we draw names out of a hat on who gets to choose their craft first. I show them my camp hat (covered in traders), and show them the paper bags (one for each girl) lined up on the side. When they have enough to put one in each bag, they're done.
About a half hour in I pull out our indoor campfire and we sing some of the songs they've learned with their guests.
This year we created: magic wands, kites, artists' pallets, popsicles, eyes in the night, bandaids, mirrors, butterflies, ladybugs, hearts, suns, elves and dragonflies.