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.
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!
Here is one more download that goes with my 2014 Personal Progress Calendar. I’ve often had requests to make these calendars for Activity Days or Relief Society. Instead of creating a whole new project, I’ve created some new bonus calendar covers which, when combined with the bonus blank pages already included in the 2014 Personal Progress Calendar download, make it easy to adapt the calendars for Activity Days, Relief Society or individual use.
Here is my second Father’s Day project for you: You’re Tie-riffic! cards.
They’re easy and great to do with your Young Women, Primary kids or Activity Days girls. I’ve got instructions and a download containing pattern pieces and “You’re Tie-riffic! Happy Father’s Day” tags for you to print. (Tags in download do not have my watermark on them.)
This week all of our Young Women met together to make Father’s Day gifts for their dads. We had two craft projects: an “I’m so glad you’re my pop!” boutonniere and a “You’re tie-riffic!” card. This post features the boutonnieres. I will have a follow-up post with the cards. (For a sneak peek, scroll down to the end of this post.)
The girls loved this craft and when I came home, my six- and nine-year-olds made their own, too! These would be fun for Primary kids or Activity Days girls as well as for Young Women to make for their dads .