Looking for an editable calendar for your Young Women’s or Relief Society organization? You don’t want to miss this post because I’ve got a beautiful, FREE editable PDF calendar for you! (This calendar is extra special because it can be used for any month of any year! You type in the year, month and date numbers.) Along with my editable calendar, this sample download from my watercolor roses collection includes coordinating editable binder covers, an editable activity planning page, an editable program planning page AND bonus 5×7 prints of the NEW YW theme and the 2020 Youth Theme (Go & Do 1:Nephi 3:7)! [Scroll to the bottom of this post for the download link.] Continue reading “Editable Calendar, Binder Cover, Planning Pages & BONUS! 2020 Mutual Theme + NEW YW Theme [Free download]”
Introducing my latest addition to the Lively Booms Collection: Editable Two-Page Relief Society Newsletter Templates!
Featuring my hand-drawn artwork, each of these easy-to-use templates makes sharing news and announcements with the sisters in your ward or stake fast and fun!
Today, I’ve got a year’s worth of Relief Society newsletter templates in my Etsy shop, each of the twelve monthly two-pagers with unique artwork, PLUS a free sample and a 20% OFF coupon for you to download right here! (You can use the sample for any month. Scroll to the bottom of this post for the download link for the coupon and sample.) Continue reading “Lively Blooms: A Year’s Worth of Relief Society Newsletter Templates + FREE Editable PDF Sample”
Due to popular request, I’ve updated and expanded my Focus on Your Innergram printables and created some 2018 Mutual Theme freebies for you! Continue reading “Focus on Your Innergram: Updated, Expanded + Free 2018 Printables”
I am beyond excited to introduce you to the work of one of my favorite people, Sherilyn Hopper! She’s recently opened up her own Etsy shop, heART of Hopper, and has generously offered a special freebie to you, my amazing blog readers. [Woo hoo for freebies!] Continue reading “Daughter of God YW Coloring Page [Free Download]”
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”
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.
This post features some elegant Easter decor from Paging Supermom!
You’re going to love the printable placemats, “He Lives” bunting banner, poster and more!
Thank you for the wonderful feedback about this amazing series of #hallelujah Easter projects, printables and inspiration! I have even more goodness to share with you and am excited to present the seventh post in my series celebrating Easter and the LDS Church’s #hallelujah Easter campaign. (Scroll down a bit for links to of all the posts in this series.)
I am thrilled to invite you to participate with me this Easter season by using these projects, sharing the Church’s Easter content, and posting and sharing photos on social media of how you utilize all these Easter projects and using the #hallelujah tag.
But first, here’s what I’ve got for you today:
An inspiring Easter week advent activity from Mandy Beyeler of Sugar Bee Crafts. Mandy’s contribution includes a full week’s worth of daily activities from journaling to treats all aimed at bringing the spirit of Jesus Christ into your Easter celebration.
Have you seen the just-released #hallelujah videos yet? The LDS Church posted this special Easter content yesterday, March 13, 2016. Included in this inspiring media campaign are three videos (including an amazing virtual Hallelujah chorus with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, an Easter Week interactive graphic and animated GIF images for sharing during Easter week.
And, to go along with all the Church’s special content, I’ve updated my Easter Booklet for you!
This is the sixth post in my series celebrating Easter and the LDS Church’s #hallelujah Easter campaign. (Scroll down a bit for a list of all the posts in this series.)
I was honored to be asked by Sugardoodle to participate with several other LDS bloggers in promoting this social media campaign. Over the few weeks, I will share more fabulous Easter content with you from myself as well as some amazing bloggers.
The goal of these posts will be to help you celebrate the Easter season and promote the Church’s special content.
I am thrilled to invite you to participate with me by using these projects, sharing the Church’s Easter content, and posting and sharing photos on social media of how you utilize all these Easter projects and using the #hallelujah tag.