June 2016 VT handout

June 2016 Visiting Teaching

Can you believe it is June already???  Where do the months go?   It is time for my June 2016 Visiting Teaching Handout, for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints so here it is!June 2016 VT handoutThe lesson this month is titled “Temple Ordinances and Covenants” just click on that link for the entire message.  I chose the message from Linda K. Burton and I love the part that says…”keeping covenants means choosing to bind ourselves to our Father in Heaven and Jesus Christ”  :)June-2016-VT-handout-000-Page-1Here is the message card.  It is in the usual 4 x 6 format.  If you want to print it out as a jpeg, or photo, right click on the image and go to “save image as” then save in a folder.  You can print from there or send it out to your favorite photo processing center!June-2016-VT-handout-001-blankThis is the blank one for those of you that would like to translate, or for those of you that need a fun, cute summery card!June-2016-VT-handout-002-TAGI made these cute tags to match.  They are also formatted to a 4 x 6 card if you want to send them out to be printed.  I printed mine as a photo and it makes a nice shiny tag!  You simply print, cut out and punch a hole in the top!  It doesn’t get much easier than that…and who doesn’t like easy?June-2016-VT-handout-003-blank-tagsHere are the blank tags, again for those that want to translate or for those of you that would like to personalize your tags!  You can write whatever you want on these cute little tags!

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

June 2016 VT handout

June 2016 VT handout-blank

June 2016 VT tags

June 2016 VT tags-blank

If you are having trouble printing the PDF files to the right size, make sure you have the right size paper selected in the printer section.  It needs to be 4 x 6.June 2106 VT handoutI tied my tag to a cute little citronella candle that I found at Target!  They were only $3.00 and they smell heavenly!  (Am I weird that I like the smell of citronella??)

So there you have my ideas for the June 2016 Visiting Teaching handout.  I hope that you always remember that it is the visit that is important…not the handout!  I hope that each of your sisters know that you care about them and that you love them!

Thanks for Joining Me Today….Happy Visiting this month!

The images for these handouts are from “justsoscrappy.com”, from the “Tea for Two” collection.  They are used with a CU licence

16 thoughts on “June 2016 Visiting Teaching

  1. I just love your ideas for gifts for my visits to my ladies.
    I really appreciate your creativity which i definately borrow in my busy life.
    Thank you soooooo much.
    Gillian in Alberta, Canada

    1. Hi Gillian from Alberta! Thank you so much for your kind comment, I loved hearing from you. I am glad that you can use one of my VT ideas, it always makes me so happy…so thanks for making my day! :) I love hearing from my fellow Canadians…That is where I was born. Although I have lived in the USA for most of my life now, I still have lots of cousins left in Canada and it is a beautiful place to visit! Hope you have a great day and Happy Visiting this month!

  2. Thanks a million again! You have come through for us….My sisters love your hand-outs…You always make my day…..Happy summer to you!

    1. Roswitha, You are welcome! I hope that you have a great summer also. I appreciate all of your kind comments and your sweet support, they both mean so much to me!

  3. The Temple picture under “My Beliefs” that says “A family is forever” is beautiful. Do you have that as a download?
    It fits for some of my inactive sisters that I must visit this month?

    1. Desiree, I cannot remember exactly where I found that button, but you can right click over the image and go to “save image as” and save it in a folder. You can then print it how you want to. Hope that helps.

  4. Thank you for all your help. Am so blessed to still able to go out and visit not only who I visit teach, but those dear sisters who can not get out. I share with those dear sisters your handouts. It brings so much joy into their daily life. Thank you. Appreciate you and all your help.

    1. Maxine, You are welcome. I appreciate all that you do for your sisters…not only the ones you visit but those dear sisters that cannot get out. You go above and beyond the call of duty and I know that you will be blessed for your service. Hope you have a great day and happy visiting this month!

  5. If you only knew how great you make my day each month with these wonderful handouts and gift ideas. You are amazing, and I so appreciate you!!

  6. Have you checked your DNA? Maybe you’re part mosquito. I bet you give your grand kids lots of love bites.

  7. Hi! You have wonderful ideas and creations! The only problem I ran into was copyright information when I sent the link to walmart to print out the handout. They refused to give them to me because they were from a website. When I offered to show them the permission from the website, they said they needed something more official in written form saying it was ok to copy/print it. Thanks!

    1. Blythe, You have permission to print the visiting teaching handouts from pink polka dot creations. You can show this comment to the photo people at Wal-mart. I hope this works for you. If not let me know and I will send you a personal email. Thanks, Rita

  8. Dear Rita, While visiting our son in southern Arkansas earlier this month they handed out your June VT card. I loved it! I am hearing impaired, so my VT route is to write to inactive sisters. These hand-outs are perfect. I can put a short message and my contact info in with them and mail them. I am back home in south Texas now and look forward to sharing with our RS President. I look forward to your future posts. Thanks a million!

    1. Christi, You are welcome! I just visited you great state last week and all of the people in Texas are so friendly and kind! My husband and I could not get over how helpful and polite everyone was! That is a great tribute to the state of Texas! Thank you so much for taking the time to write your kind comment, I am so glad to hear from you and I appreciate all that you are doing for your sisters! Keep up the great work. Happy Visiting!

  9. Hi Rita! Thank you so much for sharing your incredible talents with us in this way! I love all your handouts for VT! They are cute and sweet and just the right touch! I was wondering if it would be okay to use the blank ones for something other than VT, like a birthday party invitation or handout for another lesson?

    1. Danielle, You are more than welcome to use the blank ones for other things. The only thing that you cannot do is sell them for a profit! But for invites, handouts, or other things you are more than welcome to use them! Hope this helps. Have a great day!

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