Friday, April 29, 2011

I Love Primary and I Love Nursey Quick Page #5

This quick page features a quote from Elder Didier. "As the youth of the Church, your influence, your example can be a determining factor in someone's conversion to or lack of interest in the message of the restoration of the gospel." This quick page would be great for that perfect picture of your future missionary! Get it here.
I Love Nursery and I Love Primary were used to create this adorable page by Deb R.

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Young Women Manual 3 Lesson 20: Understanding a Missionary’s Responsibilities

This week's handout is for Lesson 20: Understanding a Missionary’s Responsibilities.  This lesson discusses what missionaries rules are on the mission. How our young women can be a vital part of their male friends serving a mission. How this time is used to serve our Heavenly Father.  This little quote from the lesson shows us this. When Elder and Sister Vaughn J. Featherstone were on their mission in Texas, Sister Featherstone went to the Lord for help. She was so busy in the mission field that she could not find time for herself for even a few minutes a day. She prayed, “‘Please, Heavenly Father, help me to find some time for myself while I am here.’ And she said that just as clear as anything in this world the words came into her mind, saying, ‘My daughter, this is not your time; this is my time’” (Vaughn J. Featherstone, in Conference Report, Oct. 1978, p. 34; or Ensign, Nov. 1978, p. 26).
This lesson helps the Young Women learn the role they play in missionary work and the importance of missionary work.
Download your handout here.

Monday, April 25, 2011

Faith Sisters Blog Train

This week only! Catch the Faith Sister's Blog train April 25 - April 30th. Above is a preview of my contribution. Download Expired

Follow the blog train....

You probably came from: Todays Scrap By Vicky Day

Your next stop is: Scrapping With Angel

See you soon! :)

Saturday, April 23, 2011

I Love Primary and I Love Nursey Quick Page #4 - Link updated

This cute quick page using  I Love Nursery and I Love Primary! Mary S. made this cute quick page perfect for that picture of your little one giving a talk in primary or school!  This kit is very versatile for more than just Primary and Nursery!
Find the kits here.
The link to the download is here.

Friday, April 22, 2011


This Go Fish kit is so fun! When my husband I first married our first Christmas/Birthday present was a fish tank and fish. We had a wonderful set-up that we kept for about 5-6 years. This kit is perfect for recording all sorts of fish or water related topics.It comes with one complete alpha (upper, lower, numbers and symbols), 26 papers, and 22 individual elements (73 in total) which include five fish brads, four fish buttons, five solid color buttons, one castle, two circles - one with fish and one without, five unique fish, one fish bowl, fish tank, nine flowers in three different types, eleven frames, five hearts, three types of leaves, five curled and tied ribbons, two straight ribbons, five rick rack, one snail, five torn circles, and five word art including Aquarium, Bowl, Fish, and Tank.
Sold separately are five clusters made with this kit that has taken all of the hard work away for you.
Find them at Faith Sisters here.

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Young Women Manual 3 Lesson 19: Heritage

This handout goes along with Lesson 19: Heritage. The focus of this lesson is that each young woman will understand the importance of the traditions she receives and passes on to future generations.
This lesson talks about our heritage of out families here on earth and then talks about our righteous heritage. How important it is to be proud that we are daughters of a Heavenly Father who loves us.  The importance of having traditions that remind us of the living the gospel.
I really loved this quote from the lesson.
“A heritage of Godliness is yours. … Born in the spirit a child of God and quickened now by his power, his love. For you he gave his Only Begotten Son. For you Christ lived and died and lives again.
“This Church provides you with a heritage in truth, in covenants, in motivation, in courage, in direction, in friendships and leadership, in strength to rise out of the dust of this life to a new level of being.
“Hold fast to your heritage. It is most valuable. Hold high your head.
“Be glad you are you—not another instead. With all that you’re heir to, add some of your own. Contribute. Accomplish. Serve. Excel. Drink deeply of the good things in life and of the spirit. Live that you may one day hand to your children and your children’s children the blessing of a heritage even more worthy than your own” (Elaine Cannon, “What of Your Heritage?” Improvement Era, Aug. 1964, p. 690)."

Get your handout here.
Find the kit used here.

Monday, April 18, 2011

I Love Primary and I Love Nursey Quick Page #3

Quick page number three using  I Love Nursery and I Love Primary is from DKANE.  What a cute page! Perfect for that picture of your little artist!  Get the quick page here.

Saturday, April 16, 2011

I Love Primary and I Love Nursey Quick Page #2

Today's freebie is by LawyerLyn!  Again featuring I Love Nursery and I Love Primary!  She has used elements from both kits! It shows how interchangeable the kits are! Get your quick page here.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Young Women Manual 3 Lesson 18: Temple Marriage

This weeks handout is for Lesson 18: Temple Marriage. This lesson really discusses the difference between a civil marriage and a Temple Marriage. In the lesson it discusses 5 questions that ask  the girls to think about the difference between the two types of marriages.
1. Where does the marriage take place?
2. Who will perform the marriage?
3. How long will the marriage last?
4. What will people be doing throughout eternity?
5. What will be the state of the family in eternity?
How important are the answers to these 5 questions!  Do you want to lose your family after this life?  Sometimes I think as young women they don't think about the difference between civil marriage and a temple marriage. I know growing up we were taught all about temple marriages and how important it was to be married in the temple but I really didn't understand the importance!
I cannot imagine living my life without my family.  Knowing that I can have them with me forever is one the greatest gifts that I have received from my Heavenly Father.
This handout has two great quotes from the lesson. Another resource that I love it the 7th paragraph of
"The family is ordained of God. Marriage between man and woman is essential to His eternal plan. Children are entitled to birth within the bonds of matrimony, and to be reared by a father and a mother who honor marital vows with complete fidelity. Happiness in family life is most likely to be achieved when founded upon the teachings of the Lord Jesus Christ. Successful marriages and families are established and maintained on principles of faith, prayer, repentance, forgiveness, respect, love, compassion, work, and wholesome recreational activities. By divine design, fathers are to preside over their families in love and righteousness and are responsible to provide the necessities of life and protection for their families. Mothers are primarily responsible for the nurture of their children. In these sacred responsibilities, fathers and mothers are obligated to help one another as equal partners. Disability, death, or other circumstances may necessitate individual adaptation. Extended families should lend support when needed."
 You can download the handout here
 Find the kits used here.  

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Faith Sisters "Peaceful" Quick Page

This new quick page can now be found in the Faith Sisters store for only $1.00. You can find it here, along with other quick pages like it. Watch out for a blog train with this theme later this month!

Monday, April 11, 2011

I Love Primary and I Love Nursey Quick Page #1

For the next few freebies we will be featuring quick pages made using the new kits just released!  I Love Primary and I Love Nursery.   This first page was made by DKANE.  Enjoy!  You can find the quick page here.

Saturday, April 9, 2011

I Love Primary and I Love Nursery New Releases!

I am very excited about this new release. There have been a few requests for a LDS Primary Themed kit and here it is. There are actually two of them and their color scheme matches each other.

The I Love Primary kit comes with four complete alphas in four colors: blue, orange, green and yellow all with upper, lower, numbers and symbols, 33 papers, and 43 individual elements (153 total) which include one apartment house, Bible, bishop, Book of Mormon, border ruffle, five bows, one kneeling boy, sitting boy holding a Book of Mormon, butterfly, seven buttons, one chalkboard with "I Love Primary!" written on it, one chapel, chorister, generic church building, LDS church sign, flower circle, classroom with teacher and three students, CTR shield, family holding various church books or scriptures, twelve various flowers, five folded ribbons, four circle ribbon frames, five rectangular ribbon frames, one future missionary, two praying girls, two sitting girls, four hearts, one house, one hymn book, journal tag, two leaves, one music stand, podium, four tied ribbons, four straight ribbons, four rick-rack, one swirl edge, two swirls, six tag ties, one tree, a letter I and CTR, Primary, Sunbeam, and Valiant word art. Find it here at Faith Sisters.

The I love Nursery kit comes with five complete alphas (upper case only) in green, blue, yellow, orange and brown, 20 papers, and 16 elements (34 total elements) and are all unique from the I Love Primary kit. The included elements are an airplane, border ruffle, five bows, one boy artist, on boy with ball and duck, five heart shaped buttons, four heart shaped ruffle frames, one girl playing, one girl counting, toy blocks, toy caboose, toy jack in the box, toy stackers, toy xylophone, the letter I and the word Nursery. Find it here at Faith Sisters.

Check out some of the amazing CT layouts.


Friday, April 8, 2011

My Family Tree Free Quick Page #3

Here is another quick page from the Steadfast CT that you can enjoy for free!  This page is made using My Family Tree found at Faith Sisters.  This page goes great with the other pages you have already collected.
You can download this freebie here.

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Young Women Manual 3 Lesson 17: Preparing to Attend the Temple

Sorry this is late ladies!!  I swear time is just getting away from me!  I guess that is what happens when you are crazy busy!  This weeks Young Women lesson is "Preparing to Attend the Temple" This lesson is a very scared lesson on how each young woman can prepare to visit the temple, to receive their own endowment. 
“Find out for yourself who Jesus Christ really is. You can know him, and as you make the temple covenants with God, you are putting your hand in his, and receiving blessings from his hand all the time” (quoted in Kathleen Lubeck, “Preparing for the Temple Endowment,” New Era, Feb. 1987, p. 11).
I remember the first time I went to the temple and received my endowment. It was before I went on my mission. Everyone kept asking me after if I was okay. I couldn't figure out why I wouldn't be okay it was the greatest day in my life up to that point. I knew that the scared covenants that I made in the temple that day were all under the direction of my Father in Heaven that his work was being done. I will never forget that day as I had prepared myself to enter into the Holy Temple of my Father. 
It is so important that each young woman understand the importance of going to the temple to be endowed and to take up herself those scare covenants. I pray that each of you have the opportunity to go to the temple and to reap the blessings our Father Heaven has for each of you! 

I love my Father and His Son my Brother Jesus Christ. I am thankful for the plan they have given us and the power of the gospel in my life. I am thankful for one young man that had the faith and courage to ask that one question that brought the true and everlasting gospel back to this earth in our day and time.  I am thankful for all the blessings I have received and all my Father has given me! I know He lives I know he loves me and that my Brother Jesus Christ is my Savior and Redeemer that through Him I may return to live with my Father in Heaven, with my family for time and all eternity. I share this with you in the name of Our Savior Jesus Christ Amen. 


Download your handout here.
Find For Eternity here.

Monday, April 4, 2011

My Family Tree Free Quick Page #2

This quickpage was made using My Family Tree found in Steadfast's store at Faith Sisters.  This kit is awesome plus it has a ton of add on's.  She had really thought of all types of families, step families, adoptive families.  There are cute kits with apples and pumpkins!  Check out the cute cute kits here!!
Download your free quick page here!

Friday, April 1, 2011

April Visting Teaching Messages Handout

Here is April's Visiting Teaching Handout! To go with this months message!  If you don't get the Ensign you can find the message here!  This month's message is The Purpose of The Relief Society.  Sister Julie B Beck states in the first part of the message:

"To fulfill this purpose of Relief Society, the Lord has commissioned each sister and the organization as a whole to:
  1. Increase in faith and personal righteousness.
  2. Strengthen families and homes.
  3. Provide relief by serving the Lord and His children.
We can do this work in the Lord’s way only when we seek, receive, and act on personal revelation. Without personal revelation, we cannot succeed. If we heed personal revelation, we cannot fail. The prophet Nephi instructs us that the Holy Ghost will show us “all things what [we] should do” (2 Nephi 32:5). We must allow ourselves to be still enough and quiet enough to listen to the voice of the Spirit."
I know that in this day and age we really need the help of our Sisters to make it.  The friendships, the sisterhood and the strength of fellow sisters. The ability to call on them when needed and know that someone is there when you need them the most!  It is so important to be a friend to your sisters.  As you help them build their spirit and they will in turn build yours! 

Download your handout here.


Pirates Not Allowed Blog Train FREEBIE and New Kit

This month the Blog Train Blog's theme is Pirates Not Allowed! You're going to love this train.

You probably came from: Willow Grace Designs
Your next stop is: T for me
If you get lost along the way, feel free to visit the train station at the Blog Train Blog.

I also made a full kit from this theme. You can find it in the Faith Sisters store. Check out some of the amazing CT Layouts below!

This kit was inspired by this 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. You can find it here at Faith Sisters.