Sister Scriptorians

The Visiting Teaching Message for March is entitled, “Strengthening Faith in God the Father and Jesus Christ through Personal Scripture Study“. I love the term “sister scriptorians”, phrased by President Kimball in this message. It sounds so powerful, almost super-hero-like, which is what led me to write, “Sister Scriptorians: blessing homes and lives one study session at a time”, on this month’s handout.

What I’ve made here, is a paper with sticky notes, which have a couple quotes and the scriptures printed on them from March’s message. The quotes are meant to be put somewhere in our home to remind us to study and ponder the scriptures. The printed scriptures are wonderful messages that teach us the importance of feasting upon and pondering the scriptures. We can write personal impressions on these sticky notes, then place them in our scriptures, or in a spiritual journal.

To print this page and the sticky notes, first download the file here. The file is a 2-page document. Print ONLY the first page on a piece of copy paper or cardstock.

Next, place 6 sticky notes over the printed squares.

Place the printed page with the sticky notes attached into the manual feed of your printer. Mine is in the back, and I need to put it in upside down like this, to get it to print in the proper direction. It is very important that your sticky notes go into the printer with the adhesive side first. They will lay flat and go right through with your paper. Now, print ONLY the 2nd page of the document.

You will now have your sticky notes printed perfectly in place and your handout is ready to go!

Here is another idea from my archives about treasuring the scriptures, if you’d like to try something a little different.

Thank you all so much for the uplifting comments. They encourage me to keep coming up with ideas, and just make me feel great! Hope you all have a wonderful month.

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37 Responses to Sister Scriptorians

  1. Cassavaugh Family says:

    Kristin, will there ever be a month where I'm not in awe over your creativity? So fun. Can't wait to go buy me a new pack of sticky notes and make these. 😉

  2. Anonymous says:

    I almost can't wait until the following month to find out what you'll come up with next! Thank you SO much for making Visiting teaching SO much more fun and creative!! You rock! 🙂

  3. S. Tallman says:

    I just stumbled onto your blog, and I am in awe of all the sweet ideas and inspired visiting teaching "visual aids" that you are sharing with us all! This is truly incredible. Can you please move to my ward and be on my relief society board? Thank you so very much! S. Tallman – Tupelo Ward RS President

  4. Sister says:

    What a beautiful talent you have not only creative, but so very willing to share to help not only your own sisters you visit, but to encourage the rest of us to do the Lords work along with you.
    Thank you so very much.
    Love, Sister Petersen ;.) Primary Prez in Fremont, Ca

  5. Tycksen Family says:


    I am so impressed with your site. I loved February's idea and am excited to do this one. You are so on the ball. THANK YOU for sharing your ideas with all of us. You are amazing and so giving. May you always be blessed for your efforts. 🙂 Have a happy day!


  6. The Wade Family says:

    Again- so GREAT!! Thank you SO, SO much!!! I just can't even express in words how much I appreciate these VT helps!

  7. famr_4evr says:

    Such a GREAT idea. Thanks for sharing. This could work for helping the kids study for a test or something like that as well.

  8. Jocelyn Christensen says:

    This is excellent! Thank you! 🙂

  9. Amanda says:

    Kristen- I have just started using your blog and absolutely love it! I work with the Spanish in my ward & made your cute purses in spanish…. I’d love to help you translate some of this so more sisters could use it! Interested?

  10. Kristin says:

    Amanda – I'd be happy to have your help translating into Spanish. You can email me at seemevt (at) hotmail (dot) com, and I will put the translation into a pdf. Thank you!

  11. Jennifer says:

    I have to say that I found your last month and I love it. You are amazing and thank you for your help. I always print an extra one for me.

  12. Jessica Stier says:

    This is great!!! Thanks for all the thought and hardwork you put into these projects and your blog. It absolutely is appreciated!!!

    Maybe I'm missing something but your link in the last paragraph just takes me back to this same post. I'd love to see the other idea you reference. I'll try a search in your archives in the mean time.

  13. Jessica Stier says:

    Oops! Sorry I figured it out. 🙂

  14. Lyana says:

    This is fantastic! What a creative way to present the message. Just so you know, your ideas are used even here, in Japan:)

  15. marry says:

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  16. Jen Gillespie says:

    What a great idea. I am so glad that I am giving the message next month so I can hand this out!!! Love it.

  17. Becky says:

    Love it. You are so creative! Thanks for sharing all your great ideas!

  18. Sally says:

    I love your creative ideas. I appreciate your sharing with all of us. One problem. Could you please let me know how to download the March hand out so I can print it. Thank you so much.

  19. Kristin says:

    Sally – just click on the highlighted word "here" in the third paragraph. A dialog box will appear asking if you want to download the pdf.

  20. Julene says:

    I love your blog! It gets me so excited to do my VT! Thank you for all the great ideas. You are definitely a talented lady!

  21. One Happy Family says:

    THANK YOU!! Your ideas really inspire me to get going on my Visiting Teaching and magnify this calling. 🙂 You're amazing!!!

  22. Becky aka tata! says:

    What a fabulous idea! Thanks so much Kristin for sharing!!!

  23. BOAS VINDAS says:

    Kristin, obrigada por seu talento e amor a este evangelho… teria como traduzir para o português essa idéia? meu email é obrigada!

  24. Gina says:

    Kristin, thank you so much! I recently found your blog and I am in love!

  25. Gina says:

    One more thing…is there any way you could email me the PDF file so that I could use this template with other scriptures and quotes in my scripture study. my email is tucker gina gmail com. I would so appreciate it!

  26. Zoey says:

    Thanks again for a wonderful idea to share with our sisters for visiting teaching. I found your site in January and feel like it was just what I needed to get back into the 'spirit' of visiting teaching. You are great!!!

  27. Anonymous says:

    Thank you so much for sharing your talents! I am so excited to share this with the sisters I visit.

  28. Joy says:

    Thank you again! I love your VT resources–they always help me feel so prepared each month. You are amazing. Thanks for sharing such fun ideas!!!

  29. Sarah says:

    WOW!!!! What a great idea thanks for sharing!!!

  30. Porters says:

    i loved this idea, thank you for putting it together for for us to use. My sisters loved it!
    Thank you!!

  31. Kimberly says:

    Thank you for your creative idea and for sharing it. This is my first time to your site, but definitely not my last!

  32. Us, the Gilson's says:

    I love how so many ideas come from creative sisters to help all of us help eachother become spiritual GIANTS! Thank you for sharing your beautiful talents. And please keep them coming!

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  34. Kids and Canning Jars says:

    Even though this is a year old BRILLIANT !I am printing one for me today! Thank you, Melissa

  35. Carolyn says:

    A simple thank you just doesn’t seem enough for you sharing your ideas freely with us
    You also had another idea in your archives about treasuring scriptures. I can’t get to that page. 🙁

  36. chococatania says:

    This is great! I need to do my visiting teaching, and this is totally inspiring. I love this idea, and I also love the phrase: “Sister Scriptorians.” Thanks for sharing your awesome ideas.

  37. cynthia bradburn says:

    I just came across this and I love the idea! Do you have a blank template to share? I wanted to use this for my 14&15 yr old sunday school class.

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