Saturday, April 2, 2011

April Visiting Teaching Message: The Purpose of Relief Society

The April Visiting Teaching Message continues the theme of learning about the purpose of Relief Society. My favorite part was again a quote from Julie B. Beck. I bet you aren't surprised by that. :) It talks about personal revelation and how we can not succeed without it.



Feel free to print it out and share with your sisters.

I used the free Just my Type digital scrapbooking kit from Everyday mom Ideas.

I have had a lot of people asking how to print these off. It is really easy to right click the image and copy. Then, you can paste it in to word and re-size and copy as necessary for how many you want on a page. You can also right click and save, then open with Windows Photo Gallery which allows you to print choosing your paper size. I choose 4x6 and do them on photo cards.

Hope you are all enjoying general conference!




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8 Comments:

Becky said...

great job! Thanks so much!

Lana said...

Thank you! I love seeing and using what you create each month.

Amy said...

Thank you so much for always doing these!

Mom said...

What a fun website! I wish I had more time for crafts...but with 12 kids I barely have time to breathe (and blog)!
Sandy
www.twelvemakesadozen.blogspot.com

Krystine Stephenson said...

Thanks for putting these out every month! It always reminds me that I need to get it done:)!

momsgoodideas.blogspot.com said...

Awesome VT handouts! Thanks for sharing your talents and good ideas!

Michelle said...

I had a 3-pack of photo paper that came with my printer, so I decided to try this out. They came out beautifully! I'll have to get more photo paper for next time.

Thanks for taking the time to create and share!

Sheri said...

I really appreciate your time doing these, I use them every month and my sisters love them x I love that through positive use of the Internet we can get help and inspiration from around the globe.... Thanks heaps from a Brit chick living in New Zealand xx