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Last year, I made a chalkboard poster for the LDS Young Women theme. I love it, still do. I wanted to do something a little more elegant to match the poster I made for the mutual yearly theme. So… here it is. You can download it for free. Just click on the size you want under the poster. If you like it, please pin it and/or share it on facebook or where ever else you like to share awesome things. Thanks!   Download a 16 X 20 or 11 x 14   Download an 8 X 10   Share Share this:PrintTweetEmailMorePocketShare...

A few weeks ago, I shared a poster of the 2014 LDS Mutual Theme with you all. I promised bookmarks and handouts. I finally have the bookmarks finished. The handouts will have to be saved for another post. I hope you enjoy these bookmarks! It’s a great way for the youth to see the theme without having a huge poster hung in their room. I left the top blank so you can either shorten the bookmarks if you’d like them to be smaller, or leave them full size.  Click here to download   Share Share this:PrintTweetEmailMorePocketShare...

Every year, my church picks a new theme for the youth program. It is always a scripture. The theme is used to help plan special activities like Girl’s Camp. Last year, I made a poster of the theme, along with a poster of the Young Women Motto.  I decided to make one this year as well. I absolutely love the 2014 theme. It reads: “Come unto Christ and be perfected in Him and deny yourself of all ungodliness” Moroni 10:32 Love it. How powerful is that scripture?  Anyway, here is the poster. I am working on...

**Update: I can’t believe that I had two huge mistakes when making these printables. Thanks SO much to my reader who pointed these mistakes out. I have fixed them and they are all ready to go (hopefully). Please let me know if there are any other mistakes! Today is the annual Young Women General Conference. Every year, in the spring, the leaders of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints hold a conference and speak directly to the young girls of the church. It is such an amazing opportunity for them to talk specifically to...

I made this tutorial specially for some fellow LDSers that are preparing to go on a trek this summer. For those of you that don’t know, what we Mormons call a “trek” is a reenactment of the early Mormon pioneers. They came across the country with wagons. Some of them were lucky enough to have wagons that were pulled by oxen, but there were many who came pulling hand carts. The youth in our church reenact that trek by dressing the way they did, giving up many worldly things (cell phones, mp3 players, etc) and going on...

I teach the young women group in my church, and this month our lessons are focusing on the plan of salvation, which is Heavenly Father’s master plan for us. Because we are talking about it all month, I wanted a visual for the girls to look at, one that would help them remember how it all goes. I couldn’t find one I really liked, so I created this one, and I thought it might be helpful to others too. It prints two on a page and you can download it for free here. Leave a comment or pin it or something if you use it! If you...

I had a request for bookmarks of the theme poster that I made. So, I made them. Here they are:click here for the while ones and here for the pink. These, just like everything else I ever make that is church related, are free. However, I would love it if you would do me a favor and share them some how. Pin them or share them on Facebook or Twitter or something. I want to get these to as many people as possible. They are about 2.5 inches wide and 8 inches long.While you’re here, check out the recipes I’ve been making....

**Update 5/2/2013 I can’t believe that for three months I had two huge spelling mistakes in one of these printables. I am so sorry about that! Please forgive me. I have fixed it though. Please let me know if you notice any mistakes in the future. In my church, I have the job of leading a youth group for teenage girls. The other leader and I recently wanted to change up our room. We needed to have the motto and theme for the year posted some where in our room, but we didn’t really like anything that we found. So, I designed...