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[28 Jul 2009 | Comments Off on Treat Tuesday #19 | ]
Treat Tuesday #19

Today’s Treats are Smarties! Can you guess what the saying will be? I’ll give you a hint, not that you need one. It is for the supervisors & even the RS presidencies to use. You guessed it. You gals sure are smart!

69. Smarties Candy: Be a SMARTIE and report your Visiting Teaching! (This is also an inexpensive but very effective reminder. Cause I always need one!)
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Just print on either Avery Labels # …

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[21 Jul 2009 | One Comment | ]
Treat Tuesday #18 – Kneaded Bread

Today’s Treat includes a quote from August’s Visiting Teaching Message. I’ve gotten a few requests to get ahead of my game, and post the handouts for the following month. So, here’s me trying to post a something with a quote from next month’s message for those of you who love to go early or even on the 1st of the month. You go girls!!! (Too bad I’m not like that just yet.)

68. Kneader’s Treat, Kneaded Bread Dough or Fresh Bread: “A few of the basic attributes needed to …

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[14 Jul 2009 | One Comment | ]
Treat Tuesday #17

Today’s Treat is Olives! (yuck!) The word olive will stand for “all of” in the quotes below. For example: I love “olive” the fun Visiting Teaching Treats. Personally, I don’t like olives so it’s a good thing I was able to find a lot of products which are made from them so that I am not forced to eat or cook with them whole. LOL You can attach these fun tags to anything having to do with olives. Oh and quote 67 goes perfectly with this month’s message, because it …

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[7 Jul 2009 | Comments Off on Treat Tuesday #16: Sugar Cube Temple | ]
Treat Tuesday #16: Sugar Cube Temple

Today’s Treat is also an enhancer and a perfect group/family activity!

65. Sugar Cubes built to look like a Temple. My clever husband came up with this idea. He said to say “Attending the Temple allows us to receive sweet blessings.” or “Sweet blessings come from attending the Temple.” Sweet because of all of the Sugar Cubes and Temple because it’s in the shape of a Temple. You get the idea. Then attached to this month’s Visiting Teaching Message. So, I searched to see if there were any images or …

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[30 Jun 2009 | Comments Off on Treat Tuesday #15 | ]
Treat Tuesday #15

Today’s Treat is an appointment reminder! I figured it’d be a great way to start off the month by getting us excited to set appointments now. It’s a fun treat to remind your sisters when you’ll be coming by to visit them. Remember, you need to make appointments first and then drop this treat w/ note off a day or 2 before to let them know you’re still coming. Click on some of the images to get recipes if you need them, otherwise buy the pre-packaged ones. Note: If you …

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[25 Jun 2009 | Comments Off on Treat Tuesday #14 | ]
Treat Tuesday #14

Treat Tuesday on Thursday! Today I feel like I need to motivate myself to do the rest of my Visiting Teaching because we’ve only visited 1 sister so far. I know, I’m a slacker! I really do love them, it’s just busy. So, these treat ideas are for Supervisors, Coordinators &/or Relief Society Presidencies to motivate the sisters (mainly me) to do their Visiting Teaching. Obviously you’d have to print these more than just 1 time, so I have designed business card sized tags for each with 10 on each …

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[16 Jun 2009 | Comments Off on Treat Tuesday #13 | ]
Treat Tuesday #13

Today’s Treats! See PDF Printable Tags below.

56. Dibs: Thanks for giving us first Dibs on your schedule.

57. Condensed Milk: We’ve condensed this month’s message for you. See attached.

58. Butter or Spread: Don’t spread yourself too thin, “for it is not requisite that a [woman] should run faster than [she] has strength.” Mosiah 4:27.

59. Comb: “Think of our combined strength if every sister had sincere prayer every morning and night or, better yet, prayed unceasingly as the Lord has commanded. If every family had family prayer daily … , we …

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[9 Jun 2009 | Comments Off on Treat Tuesday #12 | ]
Treat Tuesday #12

Today’s Treats! One treat idea comes from the June 2009 Visiting Teaching Message. The other treat idea is a cute recipe which includes prayer to further enhance this month’s message about Sincere Prayer. Print the PDF tags for your sisters below!

54. Drawing /Note Pad w/ Crayons, Markers or Pencils: “Prayer changes our lives. Through it we draw near to the Lord, and he reaches out his finger and touches us, so we never again are the same.” Elder Bruce R. McConkie (1915–85) of the Quorum of the Twelve …

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[2 Jun 2009 | Comments Off on Treat Tuesday #11 – Pray un-See’s-ingly Wrapper | ]
Treat Tuesday #11 – Pray un-See’s-ingly Wrapper

Today’s Treat is so great, it’s also a great enhancer.

53. See’s Candy Bar: Pray unSee’singly by Audra

This was submitted by, yet another one of my new BFFs, Audra Simpson from Apple Valley, CA. She came up with this very clever Treat Idea from the June 2009 Visiting Teaching Message and has taken time to create and design this cute Candy Bar wrapper which includes a quote by President Thomas S. Monson.
“As we offer unto the Lord our family and our personal prayers, let us do so with faith and trust …

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[26 May 2009 | One Comment | ]
Treat Tuesday #10

Today is Treat Tuesday # Ten! That’s 3 T’s or 4 if you count the word “today,” LOL. So for this special occasion I felt it would be perfect to list 10 treat ideas. Download PDF printable tags below.

Today’s Treats! (LDS April 2009 General Conference themed treats which can be used for Visiting Teaching and, for the last week in a row until next conference, Home Teaching.)

43. Magnifying Glass: “The small and simple things you choose to do today will be magnified into great and glorious blessings tomorrow.” Ann M. …