Visiting Teaching: April 2014

It’s General Conference time again!! It’s also a brand new month which means I should not procrastinate my visiting teaching like normal.  I combined this month’s message with a General Conference Survival Kit.  I got the base idea for the kit from a post on Everyday Food Storage and expanded the idea by adding my own personal touch.  This can also be used as an anytime gift for the sisters you visit teach, not just for General Conference.

 

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The items shown above are listed below.  Everything listed was bought at Kroger unless noted otherwise.

  • Hand-lotion
  • Bath salts
  • Notebook
  • Pen
  • Flashlight (Dollar Tree) – The flashlight was meant for the message in March, however the scripture worked for this month also.  I printed the scripture John 8:12 on an address label and attached it to the middle of the flashlight.
  • Basket (Dollar Tree)
  • Popcorn
  • Gum
  • Dish scrubby (homemade-will post instructions later)
  • Chocolate or something else sweet
  • Scrapbook paper

 

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I created my own note if you would like to use it or you can use your own.  There are 2 to a page: April 2014 Visiting Teaching.  After you print them, just cut out and attach to a piece of scrapbook paper cut slightly larger than the message.

 

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After you have everything prepared, arrange it so it looks pretty and it’s ready to be given away!

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My Crafting Life

Hello blogger-land!

I am so excited to have created my first real blog based on something that I absolutely love…crafting!! Of course I will be including other random and note-worthy items that appeal to me. I am excited to pay it forward and share the things I have learned with my readers.

As you might have already gathered from my blog, I am a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.  I know that Heavenly Father loves each and every one of us. I know that Jesus Christ payed the price for our sins so we would have a way to return to live with Heavenly Father one day.  If you are not LDS and have questions, feel free to ask me or go to http://www.mormon.org/ to learn more.

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