Monday, May 30, 2011
Friday, May 27, 2011
Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Agency is the topic of Lesson 24.I think of the question my daughter asked me once when I started to write something that went with this handout. She looked at me and said "Why does grandpa smoke if he knows it is wrong?" What a great chance to teach her about agency. I explained that even though he knows it is wrong he was blessed with the gift of agency the right to choose between right and wrong. She didn't quite get it still but with further explanation of her agency to do her chores and not be in trouble or not do her chores and get in trouble. She started to see how agency works. What a great gift that Our Father in Heaven has given us to be able to choose right or wrong to make those decisions to learn and to grow to become more like him!
The kit this handout was from is Choice and Accountability like the lesson teaches we have choices and we are accountable for the decisions we make! Download your handout here.
Monday, May 23, 2011
Friday, May 20, 2011
Wednesday, May 18, 2011
Overcoming Opposition is the subject for Lesson 23. This lesson teaches the girls that even though there is opposition in there lives it is there to make them strong and possibly teach them something they would not have learned otherwise. The only thing that stood out to me in the lesson was this one quote:
“Noble characters do not alone bear trouble; they use it.”A thought by Elder Hugh B. Brown (quoted by Marvin J. Ashton, “What Shall We Do Then?” in Speeches of the Year, 1975 [Provo: Brigham Young University Press, 1975], p. 21)
Kit used Pirates Not Allowed found here.
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Monday, May 16, 2011
Pirates Not Allowed. This kit does have an add on a few months ago! Look for the extra little bit in the past posts! But not before downloading your freebie here.
Saturday, May 14, 2011
This kit was inspired by a talk I heard recently about a lost purse and it's contents. I couldn't wait to scrap about my own purse! This kit is a colorful and girly with one complete alpha (upper, lower, numbers and symbols), 30 papers, and 19 individual elements (77 total) which includes two unique butterfly's, six buttons, four curled paper strips, four curly ribbons, four fasteners, four unique flowers, five round frames, five heart frames, one girl, eight hearts, four journal tags, two unique leaves, eight unique purses, five ribbons, four rick rack, one staple, stitches, four straight ribbons, four strings, and one tree. Find this wonderful new kit here.
With this new release there is a freebie to go along with it!!
Download your freebie here. Watch for more freebies featuring Girls Love Purses
Friday, May 13, 2011
Pirates Not Allowed is a quick page from LaywerLyn. This kit is perfect for those pictures of your little pirate! Download your freebie here.
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Lesson 22: Eternal Perspective- This lesson really gets the Young Women thinking about Eternal Life and how to put into prospect the blessings of the teachings of Eternal Marriage and Eternal Life. There were many stories that were shared and questions asked about how the Eternal Prospective plays in each of their decisions and how they deal with each situation. This story really stood out to me.
In March of 1832, the Prophet Joseph Smith was dragged from his home in the middle of the night by an angry mob. He was beaten, choked, and tarred and feathered by his assailants. They then left him on the cold ground.
After a while, he was able to get up and make his way back to the house. His friends spent the rest of the night scraping the tar off him.
The next day was Sunday. The Prophet dressed and went to the Sabbath meeting, where he preached a sermon to the congregation. Among the people in the meeting were some of the mobbers of the night before. In the afternoon of that day, three people were baptized. (See History of the Church, 1:261–64.)
I love how this story shows that no matter what happened the Prophet Joseph Smith always stood firm and tall for those things he knew were true!
This handout was made using Go Fish found here.
The handout is here.
Monday, May 9, 2011
The first freebie from Pirates Not Allowed is a Hybrid project. This kit was inspired by a blog train theme in an effort to speak out against digital scrapbook pirates. I ran with the theme and made an entire kit. This includes my portion of the blog train plus lots, lots more. It comes with two upper case alphas with numbers, thirty-six papers, and thirty-three individual elements (eighty-one total) which include one anchor, barrel, bent nail, brad, six buttons, one canon, chest, six circles, six eyelets, one fish, flag, five unique flowers, seven folded ribbons, six double stamp frames, six individual stamp frames, one cluster double frame, one hinge, screw, pirates hook, key, two leaves, one map, metal piece, parrots, pirate boy, pirate girl, two ribbons, six rick rack, one rubberband, scope, ship, cross-skull, two stamps, two types of stitches, one sword, waves and wire fence.
From Deb on the CT for Steadfast and Immovable!! You can download it here.
Saturday, May 7, 2011
Steadfast has released a new kit named Celestial Sky this kit is amazing! Above you can see examples of how the CT has used this kit! Watch for some freebie coming soon!
This kit has a wide variety of uses from stars and planets to camping. It has an LDS twist to it, too, with the ability to make Plan of Salvation charts and layouts. It's full of many possibilities! This kit comes with one complete alpha, (plus two more alpha freebies) 40 papers, and 39 individual elements (108 total) that include 18 arrows (3 different kinds), one backpack, one border, one kneeling boy, one standing boy, six buttons, one circle, two individual clouds, three cloud borders, one cooler, earth, fire, flashlight, five unique flowers, four frames, one girl kneeling, one girl standing, lantern, Girl in Spirit, Girl with Body, two grunges, two leaves, one moon, three unique planets, four rick rack, one shooting star, sleeping bag, six unique sparkles, one sparkle circle, one spark trail, one spiral strip, staple, six stars, one group of stars, four string, one sun, two blank tags, sixteen pre-labeled tags, one tent, and one tree.
You can find the kit here!
You can download the free matching alpha here! Be sure to check back there is one more free Alpha and some quick pages coming!
Friday, May 6, 2011
I Love Nursery and I Love Primary Kits. This weeks quick page was created by me! You can download it here.
Next week we will start quick pages using the kit Pirates Not Allowed.
Wednesday, May 4, 2011
Lesson 21: Learning to Share the Gospel. This lesson is to help the Young Women understand her responsibility to share the gospel and gain confidence in doing missionary work. In this lesson one of the activities is to role play. The lesson give some great examples of questions that you often hear while serving a mission or from someone that doesn't know about the church. These are great questions for the young women to know the answers to in case someone asks them.
- You are asked by a nonmember friend, “Do Mormons believe in Jesus Christ?”
- A visitor you have just met wants to know, “Why are you called Mormons?”
- A less-active friend wants to know why you do not smoke or drink.
- You are asked by a recent acquaintance, “What makes your Church different from other churches?”
- You are sitting next to someone on a bus or plane. How do you interest him in the Church?
Would you know how to answer these questions?
Download the handout here.
Find the kit Choice and Accountability here.
Monday, May 2, 2011
I Love Nursery and I Love Primary Kits. This weeks quickpage was created by me! You can download it here.
Sunday, May 1, 2011
Good morning everyone! Thanks for stopping by! Today I have my portion of May's LDS Blog Train contribution, All Things Bright and Beautiful. I also have for sale four 12x12 quick pages that were made using this mini-kit. Find them here at Faith Sisters.
Download Expired - QP's and Mini-Kit can be purchased together at Faith Sisters here.
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