Free 2017 Primary Poster Printables

The 2017 LDS primary theme is “Choose the Right.”

These free posters feature all the monthly scriptures, and match my theme posters.  They are sized 11×14, but they also print nicely on standard sized paper or cardstock (8.5×11).

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Free Skull Greeting Cards

When I showed my mom these cards, she laughed and said, “Well, this doesn’t seem like your style, but they are nice.”

And it’s true. Skull and biker motifs are not my thing, but I know lots of people who really like skulls and all things biker-ish. In fact, my youngest brother has a birthday coming up and I think he is going to love getting one of these cards in the mail.

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2017 Primary Posters, Binder Covers, & Class Door List

I was so excited when I heard that the 2017 primary theme was Choose the Right.  Design wise, there are so many fun things that can be done with this theme. I decided to go with a fun, colorful, retro-vibe.

These 2017 "Choose the Right," primary posters, binder covers, & classroom door printables are the perfect blend of color & style for your primary organization and decor!

Choosing the right is hard to do, no matter how old you are. I love that this theme will be constant reminder that choosing the right will lead us where we ultimately want to go, even if it’s hard at the moment.

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Free 2017 Young Women Printables & Binder Covers

The LDS youth theme for 2017 is James 1:5-6: “If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of God, that giveth to all men liberally, and upbraideth not; and it shall be given him. But let him ask in faith, nothing wavering. For he that wavereth is like a wave of the sea driven with the wind and tossed.”

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August 2016 Visiting Teaching Printable

Our church has a program called Visiting Teaching. All of the adult women are asked to visit a few other women in our congregation every month in order to find out the needs of the families, and share uplifting and inspiring messages from our church leaders.

Every month we are assigned a topic to share with the women we are assigned to visit. Our topic for August is “Nurturing families together.” This topic specifically talks about the importance of speaking kindly to our family members: “One of the best ways to invite love and harmony into our homes is by speaking kindly to our family members. Speaking kindly brings the Holy Ghost. Sister Linda K. Burton, Relief Society general president, asked us to consider: “How often do we intentionally ‘speak kind words to each other’?”

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Chicken Tabbouleh

I can’t remember the first time my mom made tabbouleh, but it was a staple in our house growing up, and it has always been a favorite with my kids. I often struggle getting my kids to eat their veggies, but never with tabbouleh. My husband and I are always shocked by how much tabbouleh my kids will eat, yet it’s a constant battle to get them to eat roasted green beans. What’s up with that?! But hey, I am not complaining. This tabbouleh is packed with so much goodness and it’s so delicious that we never have leftovers.

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Free Classroom Posters

I was sad to learn that many of today’s teachers have little or no budget for decorating their classroom.

A few weeks ago, my sweet sister-in-law, Sarah, came to visit. She is a teacher and told me she was looking for creative and inexpensive ways decorate her classroom. When she told me what her official budget was, I was shocked at how little she had to work with. But I also knew I could design something for her that would be cute and relatively inexpensive to print. My goal was to help her decorate her room with fun and engaging art while making sure it didn’t cost too much.

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