April 2017 VT handout

April 2017 Visiting Teaching Handout

April 2017 Visiting Teaching Handout

It is time again for a new visiting teaching handout for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints!

April 2017 VT handout

This month the lesson is titled, “Oath and Covenant of the Priesthood

I chose the quote from Elder M. Russell Ballard, about how we can all become heirs to all that the Father has.April-2017-VT-handout-000-Page-1

Here is the message card.  

For those that would like to print this as a jpeg image, right click over the image.  Next, go to “save image as”.    Then save it in a folder.  You can then print your own.

All of these printables are formatted to a 4 x 6 size.  And, all of my printables are for personal use only!April-2017-VT-handout-001-blankAgain, there is a blank card, for those of you that would like to translate.  Or for those that need a fun card, invite, or note!April 2017 VT handoutYou can also print a tag to go with this handout.  It is as simple as tying it to any Easter “sweet” treat!  I just tied it to a bag of chocolate eggs.  

Easy Peasy!April-2017-VT-handout-002-tagIt says,

“This Easter, Let the “SWEET” Peace of the Atonement into your life!”

The tag is also formatted on a 4 x 6 card.  It is a larger tag, so there is one to a page.April-2017-VT-handout-003-blank-tag

Here is the blank tag for those of you that need to translate or if you need a cute gift tag!

For those of you that would like the PDF downloads, just click on the link below:

1-April 2017 VT handout

2-April 2017 VT handout-blank

3-April 2017 VT tag

4-April 2017 VT tag-blank

So that is my April 2017 Visiting Teaching handout.  Please remember that it is the visit that is important…not the handout!  

Make sure that the sisters you visit know how much you care about them!

Thanks for stopping by…Happy Visiting! 

Images for these handouts are from “justsoscrappy.com”, from the “Painted Eggs” and the “Tweet Tweet” collections.  They are used with a CU licence.

33 thoughts on “April 2017 Visiting Teaching Handout

  1. Thank you for all you do for this old gal pushing 82. You will never know how much I enjoy and use your ideas. There are many ladies on my list. Some have real health issues, and so fun to present them with ideas that I received from you. It really makes their day. Thank you for all you do.

    1. Maxine, WOW! Way to go! Thank you for your sweet example to all of us! I appreciate your sharing a little bit about you. Hope you have a wonderful day and happy visiting this month!

    1. Kimberly, You are so welcome! I love it when someone can use one of my ideas…it makes me so happy…so thanks for making my day! :) Happy Visiting this month!

  2. Love your Visiting Teaching message cards. I have been printing them for a couple of years now. Last month when I went to Costco to pick them up they wouldn’t give them to me because I needed copyright permission from you. Wondering why now they would ask for it and what it is that I need to get from you.

    1. Wendi, I have had a few times that someone from Wal-Mart needed permission. I will send you an email with permission. Hope that helps. Let me know if it does not!

  3. Thank you sooo much, Rita, for your beautiful designs every month. The Sisters on my route “collect” them and look forward to them every month. I tell them that this is their “refrigerator pretty”!

  4. I’m with Sue. I’ve been printing your handouts for over a year and the sisters look forward to them each month. You are so talented and generous to share with us. Thank you!

  5. Thanks as always for sharing these with all of us! I love using them! My sisters that I visit enjoy them too……. also the ones I can’t visit – get one by email.

    1. Mary, Thank You so much for your sweet support! Thanks for all you do for the sisters you visit! I can tell how much you love them!

  6. I have used your handouts for some time and just want to tell you how much I appreciate your sharing you gifted talent. You are very special!

    1. Ann, Thank you for taking the time to write your kind comment. I appreciate your sweet support! I love it when someone can use one of my ideas…so thanks for making my day! Happy Visiting!

  7. Rita – You are truly a God Send to all of us sisters that are Craft-challenged when it comes to cute Visiting Teaching Ideas. I am so happy I found you! I’m truly thankful for the technology along with your great ideas that makes our lives so much easier. What took me so long???

    1. Pat, Welcome aboard! Thank you for taking the time to write your kind comment! I appreciate your kind words and sweet support! Happy Visiting this month!

    1. Susan, Thank you so much for taking the time to write your kind comment! I appreciate it and your sweet support. Hope you have a great day and Happy Visiting this month!

  8. Your handouts are absolutely perfect thank you so much! You have the cutest ideas. I truly appreciate the free printable’s You are Amazing:)

    1. Charity, You are welcome! Thank you for taking the time to write your kind comment. Hope you have a great day and Happy Visiting this month!

  9. First of all thank you for your generosity in sharing these creative handouts! I just discovered your site and love it.

    secondly – when I right click it doesn’t bring up the image – nothing happens. I could print it in a full page, but I would like to be able to print it in the 4×6 size. Can you tell me what I might be doing wrong? I have a Macbook Pro computer.

    1. Kris, You are welcome! You need to check the setting in your printer to see if the page is set for 4 x 6. That should make it the right size when you are printing out the handouts. When you right click on an image you will get a message box, go down to the “save image as” and then another box will come up that ask where you want to save the image to. Then you can print from that folder any time. Hope this helps.

  10. First of all I want to thank you for your generosity in sharing your darling handouts. I just discovered your site and love it!

    Secondly – when I right click on the image it doesn’t bring it up – nothing happens. I could print the image full page but I want to be able to print in 4×6 size. What am I doing wrong? How can I get the image in the smaller size? Thank you for your help.

    1. Nicki, You are welcome. Thank you for taking the time to write your kind comment. I love hearing from you and I appreciate your sweet support. Happy Visiting!

    1. Anna, You are welcome! Thank you for taking the time to write your kind comment. I appreciate it. Happy Visiting this month!

    1. Tenna, You are welcome! Thank you for taking the time to write your kind comment. I appreciate it! Happy Visiting!

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