Since last month was General Conference, we are encouraged to select a talk or talk(s) given at General Conference to share with our sisters we visit. Click here to download these .jpg files and then have them developed or printed as a 4×6. It’s a great thing to accompany your message (or plate of goodies or some handmade natural lotion) this month.
Here is a .pdf page to download that has one of each handout on it.
Here are a couple of quotes that I really liked:
The Hope of God’s Light by Pres. Dieter F. Uchtdorf
Handout made with Scrapbook kit: Abby by Scraps ‘n Pieces
For Peace at Home by Elder Richard G. Scott
Handout made with Scrapbook Kit: In My Backyard by Scraps by Andrea
These Things I Know by Pres. Boyd K. Packer
Handout made with Scrapbook kit: Envious by Scraps by Andrea
We Are Daughters of Our Heavenly Father by Elaine S. Dalton
Handout made with Scrapbook kit: Hello Spring by MDK Scraps
If you would like to share these handouts in a different language, click here to download the blank handouts too.
Are you and your kids tired of being in the house? Here’s an inexpensive idea that has entertained my kids for hours. It’s a fort made of pvc pipe. One of the things that I love best is that when they are bored with it, (or Mom is just tired of it being in the middle of the floor) I just take it apart and put it in the corner.
6 – 10 ft long pipe (3/4″)
1 – Cross Tee
4 – Tees
8 – Side outlet elbows
4 – 45˚ elbows
note: These are all 3/4″ and slip style..no threads
Using a pair of pipe cutters, cut the 10 ft long pieces of pipe into the following lengths:
Next, take the small pieces (1.25″) and use those to connect the 45˚ elbows to the cross tee.
Take the 23.5″ pieces for the top and use a tee to connect them in groups of 2.
Use an outlet elbow to connect the bottom and side pipes together.
Use the remaining outlet elbows to connect the top sections.
Insert the roof sections to the tee in the top section and connect the roof sections to the Cross Tee/45˚ Elbows.
Your fort should be looking like this now:
Add some blankets and voila- here’s a fort!