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April 2013 Visiting Teaching Handout

Here is my visiting teaching handout for April.  The lesson title is “Temple Covenants”

Spring is in the air!  

And I am so loving our warmer weather and I am ready to get outside to play and to work in the yard.  This month’s handout just looks like spring!  So I hope that it will cheer up your day as well as the sisters that you visit!


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March 2013 Visiting Teaching Handout

This month the title of the visiting teaching lesson is


I took President Monson’s quote to focus on.    I decided to just go with a spring theme for this month, since St. Patrick’s Day and Easter are both in March, so I took a more generic route.  I love the colors in this handout, they just make me happy.  I am so ready for Spring to come, but it is still a ways off here in Utah.  I still have snow out in my yard!  So I will have to be content to just bring the bright colors into my home for a little while longer.


To print, just right click over the image and go to “save image as”, then save in one of your folders.  You can print from there or send out to your favorite photo processor.  You can also right click over image and go to “copy image” then open your favorite program like word or presentations and right click again and go to “paste”.  You can then print.

These are formatted to a 4 x 6 size.

Here is the blank one for those of you that want to translate the information.

This would also make a really fun card, invite, or tag!


I have a really fun idea to go with this that I am giving to  the sisters that I visit, but I did not get it done in time to take good pictures.  So I will take the pictures tomorrow in the daylight and I will post it next week!  Check back then to see what I have been up to!

How is everyone doing with the challenge to get 100% visits this year?  Let’s keep going!

Happy Visiting this Month!  Love Ya!


Feb 2013 Visiting Teaching Handout

This months visiting teaching message for our church is:

Converted unto the Lord

I chose to use the quote by President Gordon B. Hinckley.

 (Does anyone still miss him like I do?)

I love this quote on how to treat new converts, but in a sense are we not all converts?  I think that this quote  is just a good motto to have when dealing with anyone we meet!


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My 5 top posts for 2012

This is a post that I shared at Ginger Snap Crafts last week and decided that I would now share it with you.  It was fun to go back through the last year and review some of the projects and recipes.  This is really a good exercise for all of us to do.  Look back through your journals, calendars, or notebooks and take a look at all the things that you accomplished throughout this last year.  It is really quite rewarding to recognize all the things you have completed or overcome!  You should really do this!

 My top five posts from last year:

The most viewed and most pinned post was:

My Cute Car Kit.

 This is a great way to lighten up your purse and yet still have all the things that you would need while you are out carpooling and driving kids  from place to place,  running errands, etc. etc. etc.  (Do you sometimes feel like you live in your car?)

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Oct 2012 Visiting Teaching Handout.

The message this month is: “Honoring Our Covenants”  I chose to focus on the quote from Russell M. Nelson, I love his quote about when we realize who we are…  I also like that visiting teaching is an expression of our discipleship and a way to honor our covenants as we serve and strengthen one another. Continue reading


Aug. 2012 Visiting Teaching Handout

The message this month is “Taking Action in Time of Need”  It tells us that as visiting teachers, one of our purposes is to help strengthen families and homes.  The sisters we visit should be able to say, “If I have problems, I know my visiting teachers will help without waiting to be asked.”

So I decided that “Visiting Teachers Can be the Cherry on Top”  would be the perfect thing to go along with this message, because we want our sisters to be able to say this about each of us! Continue reading


May 2012 Visiting Teaching Handout

Here is the May Visiting Teaching Handout.

 The message should come from one of the conference talks of your own choosing.  So I decided that since it was the month of May that  I would put “May” we let ourselves be Blessed with the talks from Conference. (Get it?!)

I just stuck this card in a cute little potted plant that you can find anywhere right now.  But if you want to do something else with flowers, you could do sugar cookie flowers, Oreo Cookie Flowers, fresh cut flowers or paper flowers!

Here is the printable, just right click and go to copy.  Open your favorite program like Word or Presentations and right click again and go to paste.  Print and cut out.

Happy Visiting this month!


December VT Handout

I love the message this month on how important EVERY sister is and how we influence so many around us!  I think that sometimes we forget how wonderful we are!

This month’s handout is a card to print, you can use it as a refrigerator magnet, a tag to tie on some goodies, (like my fudge) or make it into a card etc.

To print, just right click and go to copy.  Then open your favorite program like Word and right click again and go to paste.  This is a 4 x 6 card.  This has also been formatted to send to your favorite photo processing center and they can print it as a picture. (I send mine to Costco and they are only 16 cents each!)

Happy Visiting this Month!