Dec. 2016 Visiting Teaching Handout

Dec. 2016 Visiting Teaching Handout

I hope that everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend!  I spent the time getting all of my Christmas decorations up and so now I am ready to move on to the next big holiday!

 Tis the season!

I hope you enjoy the Dec. 2016 Visiting Teaching handout for this month.  The Dec. message from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, is: “Family Joy is Found in Righteousness”.  dsc_8751President Russell M. Nelson has the quote I used, that in part says:  “Men and women are that they might have joy”.  So I hope during this holiday season you will strive to have joy in your heart, in your family, in service, and in your beliefs.dec-2016-vtAll of the cards are formatted to a 4 x 6 size.  

You can print your own, or send it out to your favorite photo processing center.  If you would like to save the image as a jpeg, right click over the image and go to “save image as” then save in a folder.  

You can then print from there.dec-2016-vt-blankHere is the blank card for those of you that would like to translate.  This would also make a cute note card or invite.  But please remember all of my printables are for personal use only!dec-2016-tagI decided to do nail polish for my handout this month.  Sometimes December just gets filled up with too much sugar!  dsc_8749

This fun little tag is perfect!  You could do nail polish, a cute pair of socks, lotion, or a pedicure!  I put  in two fun Christmas nail polish!dec-2016-vt-blank-tagHere is a blank tag if you would like to do something else besides your “toes”.

For those of you that would like the PDF format, simply click on the link below that you would like to download:





So that is my Dec. 2016 Visiting Teaching Handout.

Just remember…as always…it is the visit that matters, not the handout!  Let your sisters know how much you love and care about them!

Happy Holidays everyone…and Happy Visiting!

The images for these handouts are from “justsoscrappy.com”, from the “Up On The Roof Top” collection.  They are used with a CU licence.

23 thoughts on “Dec. 2016 Visiting Teaching Handout

    1. Angeles, That is why I give blank cards, so that you can translate the message into the language you want. Hope you have a great day and happy visiting!

    1. Pam, Once again, thank you for your kind comment and sweet support. I wish you and your family a very Merry Holiday season that is filled with love and harmony!

  1. Is there any way you can do 2 on a pàge? I send mine to be printed and they either need a JPEG file or 2 on a pàge to print that way.

    1. Charise, to make a JPEG file, just right click over the image and go to “save image as” then save in a folder. You can then send it out to your photo processing center. Hope this helps. Happy Visiting.

    2. There are ways to do it. You can insert the image into a Word document, twice, then it takes a little bit of resizing and formatting to set it up. It’s worth it to learn how to do it.

  2. Thank you! Love this cute message. You are so clever! My ladies and I love your handouts! I look forward each month to see what new, fun idea you come up with. In case I didn’t say thank you enough, THANK YOU! Your handouts are just the boost I need each month. You make it easier to get out the door! Once I get in the message and spirit does the rest. Thank you, thank you!

    1. Karrie, Thank you so much for your kind comment. You made my day! I am always happy when someone can use one of my ideas. Hope you have a wonderful day and Happy Visiting this month!

  3. Is it okay if I have been using your handouts in a small square in our Relief Society Newsletter. I think your work is amazing and the sisters have enjoyed it so! I wish to express my thanks for all that you do to
    make it so beautiful and inspiring.

    1. Janice, Yes! Thank you for sharing. I am glad when someone can use one of my ideas, so thanks for making my day! Thank you for all the work you do for the sisters in your ward, you are amazing. Hope you have a great day and Happy Visiting to you and all those you help!

  4. Once again awesome! Thank you for serving us with your talent. The sisters in my ward marvel at the printouts that you share with us. And your holiday ideas are always so cute! Merry Christmas, Rita, to you and yours.

  5. Thank you for sharing these wonderful messages and handouts with us. As someone who sends letters to less active sisters, these have been so helpful with conveying the monthly visiting teaching message to each of them.

    Merry Christmas!


    1. Joan, Thank you for all of your VT efforts! I love that you can send letters and that you can use one of my ideas. Thanks for all the service you do and Merry Christmas to you too!

    1. Brenda, You are welcome. I love it when someone can use one of my ideas…so thanks for making my day! :) Hope you have a Merry Christmas and that your holidays are filled with love and peace!

  6. Thank you for this idea. I will use it this month. New to your site but will be a frequent visitor now. Thank you for all the work you do for us Sisters in making VT a little easier. God bless you and yours for now and always.

    1. Emma, You are welcome! I am glad that you found me and hope that you will return back often! Thanks for taking the time to write your kind comment. I love hearing from you. Hope you have a great day and Happy Visiting this month!

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