Looking for an idea for New Beginnings or Young Women in Excellence or even Activity Days? Here’s an idea that we used for New Beginnings this year. We created a beautiful evening centered around Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf’s talk and book (get the ebook for free right now for Kindle!) Your Happily Ever After.
I love this talk and its message is perfect to share with young women and girls. Not only would this theme work for Young Women activities, but it would make a great Activity Days Mom and Me or Recognition activity.
I am excited to share with you the printables I made for this event including a storybook invitation, program cover, logos and photo cards. You can download them at the bottom of this article. Continue reading “Your Happily Ever After: New Beginnings, Young Women in Excellence, Activity Days”
When I was an Activity Days leader, some of the most successful activities we had were “Mom & Me” activities. Sometimes we did them in conjunction with a Recognition Activity, but we also did them as stand-alone activities. Have you considered having one of these for your Activity Days girls? Why not! And to get you started, I thought I’d share a cute printable I’ve designed to be used as an invitation to an Activity Days Mom & Me activity.
As you can see, it involves one of my favorite snacks, chocolate! It’s a candy-bar wrapper invitation!
Designed to fit the standard 1.55-ounce Hershey’s chocolate bar (and other similar-sized candy bars), my wrapper features “You’re invitied!” on the front and space to add your details on the back as well as an “ingredients” list with the Primary theme and a “Nutrition Facts” box changed to an “Activity Days Facts” box with all kinds of references to the Faith in God for Girls program and its requirements. Here’s a closer look:
I’ve included two versions of the candy bar wrapper in my download:
- a high-quality .jpeg file, ready to edit in your favorite software and print (or print out first and then add handwritten details yourself)
- an interactive .pdf file, with text fields where you can add your information once you’ve opened the file in Adobe Reader. You cannot save the text you add, but using an interactive .pdf is a quick and easy way to add your individual details to the wrapper. Adobe Reader can be found here for free and most people already have it installed on their computers.
Over the next while, I will have more Activity Days Mom&Me printables including posters, cupcake wrappers and a photo frame and more plus a few ideas on Mom & Me activities you might consider doing for your next Activity Days event. Don’t worry, I also have some Young Women’s printables coming as well. Don’t miss a post by following to this blog or liking Hang a Ribbon on the Moon on Facebook. I love my followers!
Download the Activity Days Mom&Me candy-bar wrapper invite here. (Both the .jpeg and .pdf are included.)
Remember, you will need to unzip the files before you can use them.
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