Friday, March 23, 2012

Getting the Message Out--April

The Visiting Teaching message for April is available (see sidebar at the left for links), and since I love numbers (don't get me wrong--numbers, not math), I couldn't resist designing a handout for April. The size is 8.5 by 11, perfect as a VT binder cover or to be kept inside a VT binder, (or as a handout, of course!) in classy black and white form. (Did I get away with the "classy" word? Color is so pretty, but there wasn't enough time, sorry! Black and white is also very obliging, looking good on almost every color of paper. And easier on the budget if you go to a copy store...) I'm sure there are many, many, many more advantages to B&W, but since I'm way too excited to pound that into the ground any longer, I will now unveil today's Friday Freebie!

Ta-dah! Get the free printable here. Click on the picture to enlarge it, then right-click to save it to your computer.

This handout even looks good in landscape orientation. How extremely versatile! I liked how the line of numbers is representative of counting--so I titled it "Counting on Us". (Yes, I am the Queen of Corn". And proud of it. The worse the play on words, the better.) Now, if you're still here after that shameless disclosure and/or play on words, I have a reward for you. Another free printable version of the same principles for your consideration:

Get the free printable here. Click on the picture to enlarge it, then right-click to save it to your computer.

Ahhh! See why I love numbers? These little beauties are counting the ways to love, watch over, and strengthen our Sisters. And since each suggestion is accompanied by a number, I call it, "By the Numbers." (Yes. Serving up more corn. Regret you stayed?) And it's not at etsy, it's not adorned by a Paypal button, but here, free for you, with free shipping, too! (Wink. Actually, the shipping cost is usually the one thing I can afford at etsy!) 24/7 convenience. Both printables are for non-commercial use only.

UPDATE: If you have prayerfully received the impression that you need to focus on something other than ministering through visiting teaching with one or more of your sisters, you might focus on these principles suggested by the RS general presidency as an alternative: increasing faith, strengthening families, or giving service. This suggestion comes from page 76 of the April 2012 Ensign, paragraph 2.

Maybe the following printable, featured here previously, could be appropriate in this type of situation? (Yes, I did post it again after all!)

So you're all set for April--relax and have a great weekend!

Enjoy your visit!



  1. I just found your blog:) Thanks for these awesome printables, I will be putting them on my blog and linking back to you:)
    Sarah @

  2. Thanks, Sarah! I visit your blog often but didn't think to ask about posting them there. I'm so glad you dropped by.

  3. We are basing our whole upcoming RS visiting teaching coference around this message. I would love to get your handouts to use, but when I click on your links, I receive a message from Google that the page does not exist. Can you help? I can send you my email if you wouldn't mind sending them to me. Thank you!!