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Treat Tuesday #27 – Watering Can

6 October 2009 3 Comments

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Today’s Treat is designed and provided by Chris Christensen from St. George, UT. Thanks Chris!!! She designed these fun Visiting Teaching Tags which go along with October’s Message. She has even visited all of her sisters already. She’s so on top of things! She, plus all of you early birds, are my shining examples. I just love that you ladies are so dedicated to being “the first” instruments in the Lord’s hands. I want to be like all of you when I grow up. :)

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77. Watering Can or Flowers: “Be Patient. Sustain. Love. Nurture those you love that they will grow and thrive in the gospel.” by Chris Christensen.

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Chris said she found watering cans at Lowes for $4 and small container of “mums” (I’m assuming those are flowers, I’m not a gardner, can you tell) for $3. But I bet you could find something similar at your local dollar store or even your next door neighbors yard. (sh… don’t tell my neighbor.) You can even use this tag by it’s self. Maybe there are some sales on those items because it’s fall.

Download VT Printable Sheet:
Download this week’s Treat Tuesday Tags for Visiting Teachers PDF by clicking the image below.

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Instructions:

  1. Just print on paper or cardstock in color or black and white. (6-up)
  2. Cut out tags. (Size 3.25″x3.75″)
  3. Punch a hole and add ribbon if desired.

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Remember, if you have any ideas, images or files you want to share relating to Visiting Teaching feel free to share them with me. Thanks again Chris!

3 Comments »

  • Linda Joy said:

    What a great idea.I’m using that one!!

  • admin (author) said:

    Linda, So glad you could use this one. It’s darling, isn’t it? Have fun Visiting Teaching! ♥ Linda

  • Alejandra said:

    La página es buenísima! se podrá hacer una versión en español?