Need a way to cheer up a friend or family member? Looking for a way to help your children serve during the current crisis? Today, I’m giving away a fun project you can use to accomplish both tasks: a coloring-book style “Be of Good Cheer” banner.
Print, color and assemble this cute printable banner for a friend, family member or neighbor. (You can leave it on their doorstep or mail it.) Or, hang it in your home or child’s bedroom. Another option is to print or send the banner uncolored to the children in your Primary class, Young Women or Sunday School class. They can color the banner as an at-home activity.
NOTE: The editable calendar file has been fixed. You can download it here.
When I was a little girl, I loved Christmas time! I couldn’t wait for all our special family traditions!
We would decorate the tree with hand-made ornaments, perform the First Christmas Story as a family on Christmas Eve, design and make gingerbread houses and handmade chocolates, and sing The Holy City in honor of a beloved ancestor. And that was just the beginning! Continue reading “#LIGHTtheWORLD: My FREE Anonymous Service Kit”→
Here’s another free download for you! This time, I’ve got a free 8×10-inch Be the Light photo poster for you plus some ideas for putting on a Be the Light themed Young Women in Excellence.
The poster coordinates with my Be the Light printables available in my Etsy Shop. Use it as a gift or handout for your Young Women or Activity Days girls. Also, don’t miss the celebration of the grand opening of my shop, I’ve got some great prizes for you to win. Enter below.
Today I have a fantastic freebie for you! It includes designs based on my new Be the Light Girls Camp, Young Women in Excellence and poster packs (New Beginnings and more coming!) which are up for sale in my Etsy shop. Inside the sample pack you’ll find discount coupons, clip art, posters, 2016 Mutual Theme cards and instructions and prints for making Be the Light pendants!
Don’t miss a chance to win some awesome prizes, too. Enter below.
I am over the moon today! I can’t wait to share with you my BIG ANNOUNCEMENT, a chance to win prizes, coupon codes and discounts PLUS instructions for a fun, inexpensive and easy Girls Camp craft! I’m so excited, let’s get started!
I work closely with my friend, Jennifer Wilson of Simple Scrapper, and love how she inspires everyone to record their memories. No matter if you are a seasoned scrapbooker (digital or paper) or just a grandma writing down memories for future generations, memory-keeping is a wonderful way to share with those we love.
(And, if you don’t scrapbook, I’ve got some fun ways to use these cards. Keep reading!)
Today’s project fits perfectly with those sentiments and comes from one of my favorite online photo printing sites, Persnickety Prints!
After you’ve inspired and taught your family with all the fabulous printables in the previous posts in this series (scroll down for links to them all), it’s time to document your Easter celebrations using these quick-and-easy 3×4-inch cards from Char of Persnickety Prints!
Looking for some quick and easy but inspiring Easter home decor? Look no more. I’ve got some elegant Easter printables from Paging Supermom in this post.
This is the seventh post in my #hallelujah series celebrating Easter and the LDS Church’s #hallelujah Easter campaign. (Scroll down for links to the other posts in this series–you’ll find tons of great ideas and printables!)
I was honored to be asked by Sugardoodle to participate with several other LDS bloggers in promoting this social media campaign.