October 2016 Visiting Teaching Printable Handout

One of my favorite songs is “The Family Is of God.” I sing it often, mostly off-key, and sometimes my husband makes rap sounds in the background. Because we’re crazy like that.

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Free Halloween Printables

I had so much fun designing these Halloween printables! I had several versions of these printables lying around my house this past week and when my kids walked into my room and saw my bed covered in Halloween printables, they got excited. They now know that Halloween is coming.

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Easy Halloween Bark

If you are looking for an easy Halloween treat, this Halloween bark is perfect. It takes only minutes to put together and doesn’t require any baking. It’s festive, colorful, and everyone loves it. In my house, it disappeared faster than a toupee in a hurricane. (Okay, maybe not that fast, but it was pretty fast.)

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Free Fall Invitations

This time of year is full of fall parties, socials, carnivals, and get-togethers. I recently made an invitation for a church fall social and loved how it turned out. I wanted to share the invitation with you. Continue reading “Free Fall Invitations”

Free I Spy Halloween Game

After my last set of I Spy games, my oldest daughter sat down and came up with a list of over 30 versions of I Spy games she wants me to make. The list includes I Spy Shoes, I Spy Birthdays, I Spy Clothes, I Spy Sports, I Spy Fish, and I Spy Holidays. Needless to say, she was super excited about I Spy Halloween. Halloween is a much loved holiday by my kids and husband, and this game has been a big hit around here.

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2017 Calendars for Young Women

A reader recently asked me to make Young Women calendars that match my 2017 theme posters and binder covers. I thought it was a great idea and I am so excited to share them with you. Cute calendars always make planning and organizing more fun and enjoyable.

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Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins

My sister-in-law, Sarah, brought these pumpkin chocolate chip muffins to a family gathering years ago, and my husband insisted that I ask for the recipe. Since that day, these muffins have made frequent appearances at get-togethers, play dates, and at our own table. While I do make these more often in the fall and winter months, our family loves them so much that I make them year-round.

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Free Fall Watercolor Printables

I love everything about Fall. I love the cool weather and the bright orange and yellow leaves on the trees. I love pulling out my favorite old sweaters, and making chili and cinnamon rolls for dinner.

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September 2016 Visiting Teaching Printable Handout

This month’s visiting teaching message focuses on parenting. My favorite quote from this month’s message comes from our prophet, Thomas S. Monson. He said, “Give your child a compliment and a hug; say, ‘I love you’ more; always express your thanks. Never let a problem to be solved become more important than a person to be loved.”

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3-Ingredient Orange Creamsicle

This easy & delicious beverage only has 3 simple ingredients! Kids and adults love this fun beverage. www.TeepeeGirl.com

I am the person that always orders water at a restaurant. I just like water. (Unless I am at a Mexican restaurant, then I always want horchata!) But I also like to have some fun drink recipes for parties and special occasions. This Orange Creamsicle is the perfect recipe for people like me because it’s easy, simple, and delicious!

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