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[1 Feb 2012 | Comments Off on Nurturers 4×5 Cards | ]
Nurturers 4×5 Cards

Huge congratulations to Telisa from Sugar Tot Designs!!! She just had her 3rd son this passed week and some how still managed to design this printable for each of us to use ontime. WOW!!! (Yeah, what’s my excuse for not posting it on here ontime? LOL)

Here’s what she says: “The importance of this month’s visiting teaching message is very real to me. I gave birth to my third son this week and while caring for that little angel, I know of the importance of a woman’s work here …

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[3 Jan 2012 | Comments Off on Watchcare & Ministering (4×5 cards) | ]
Watchcare & Ministering (4×5 cards)

Sister Telisa from Sugar Tot Designs, with everything that’s going on in her life and soon to be mom of 3 boys under 3 (she reminds me of my amazing MIL) has taken the time to design a darling postcard to give or mail to the sisters we visit teach to help remind them of this months Visiting Teaching Message. There are four 4×5″ cards on a page.
Some goals she has set for herself this year 2012 are:
1- STAY CALM
2- Read the Book of Mormon with my family EVERY DAY
3- …

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[3 Nov 2011 | Comments Off on Accepting Apples 3×4 | ]
Accepting Apples 3×4

We have been approached by yet another very creative and talented sister. Sister Kassidy Thomas started Bow Peep Creations and she founded it in January 2009, here in Utah.  After years of creating handmade gifts for friends and family, Kassidy decided to start her own business. She left the world of hairdressing to follow her dreams. Bow Peep Creations designs amazing products, things for Young Women, Primary, Family Home Evening, Holidays, Kids, Jewelry, and more.

I asked her to tell me why she designed this particular handout. Here is what she …

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[2 Nov 2011 | Comments Off on General Conference Visiting Teaching (Nov ’11) | ]
General Conference Visiting Teaching (Nov ’11)

“181st General Conference,” Ensign/Liahona, November 2011

“Because the November Liahona and Ensign contain a report of the October general conference, there is not a specifically designated First Presidency Message or Visiting Teaching Message for November. Home and visiting teachers are encouraged to prayerfully select their message from the addresses given during general conference.
Visit the general conference website to read, print, watch, or listen to conference addresses.”
They make it really easy for us to find and search the conference talks:

Conference Table of Contents
Conference by Story
Conference Titles and Speakers by Session
Conference Titles by …

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[7 Nov 2010 | Comments Off on General Conference Helps | ]
General Conference Helps

As many of you may have noticed, this November 2010 General Conference issue of the Ensign/Liahona has some great helps and teaching tools besides the printed text of all the messages shared. Here’s an overview with the files which you can print at home for the sisters you Visit Teach in case you feel they need them or if they don’t even have a copy of the Ensign or Liahona magazines.
General Authorities Chart: This contained a two-page chart showing the General Authorities of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day …

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[4 Nov 2010 | 6 Comments | ]
General Conference Window Cleaner Card

I chose to create an enhancer for this message from the General Relief Society Meeting, because, I personally needed to hear President Monson’s message titled Charity Never Faileth. I never thought of myself as being judgmental, but after listening to him and re-reading his message, I believe I have some work to do. My Favorite part, of course, is this one:
““Why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother’s eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye?” Or, to paraphrase, why beholdest thou what you …

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[1 Nov 2010 | Comments Off on General Conference Visiting Teaching (Nov ’10) | ]
General Conference Visiting Teaching (Nov ’10)

This month we have the privilege to share a (or several) conference address(es) with the sisters we Visit Teach. The Church states “Because the Nov issues of the Ensign and Liahona contain a report of general conference, the magazines do not contain a specific Visiting Teaching Message. Visiting Teachers are encouraged to prayerfully select a conference address to share with those they teach.”

We get to choose from 38 messages! 4 from Relief Society, 6 from Priesthood & 28 from Saturday and Sunday Sessions. You can download, read, watch …

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[18 Nov 2009 | Comments Off on “ity” Bitty Toilet Paper Roll Turkey | ]
“ity” Bitty Toilet Paper Roll Turkey

This is a fun enhancer for the month of November 2009. It’s a Turkey Printable! I’m sure you all are probably sick of the turkey but this one is sooo cute and won’t add on any pounds. LOL I used quotes from Bishop H. David Burton, “Let Virtue Garnish Your Thoughts,” message from October’s General Conference. I just loved when he mentioned the “ity” virtues. So cute! Well, enough chit chat, we’re all super busy, right? So here’s my rough draft (because both of my laser printers ran out of …

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[3 Nov 2009 | 9 Comments | ]
Treat Tuesday #31 – iPrayer 4×6

Today’s Treat printable is from a, personally most needed, message from this years 179th Semiannual General Conference. It was given by Elder Russell M. Nelson and it’s titled, “Ask, Seek, Knock.” I’m sure you will all remember when he said:
“access information directly from heaven, without hardware, software, or monthly service fees.”
It was so clever and true! I loved that he compared prayer and personal revelation to technology and cell phone plans. I’m sure we can all relate to high phone bills, but luckily prayer won’t cost us a penny! This …

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[27 Oct 2009 | 7 Comments | ]
Treat Tuesday #30 – Warm Fuzzies Jar Card

Today’s Treat comes from my favorite talk from this years 179th Semiannual General Conference. It was given by our Prophet, President Thomas S. Monson and it’s called, “What Have I Done for Someone Today?” I just loved it!! It really touched my soul. Reminds me to go back to the basics of serving others and I especially loved the “warm fuzzies” given by the Primary kids. How cute!!! We totally need to have a “warm fuzzy” jar here at home. I know the early bird and super prepared Visiting Teachers …