Monthly Archives: October 2011

Photo booth in place

We had a great night – the photo booth came together nicely, and I was glad I had plenty of masking tape, clothespins and dowel rods to hold everything together. Hope you all have a fun and safe Halloween!

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Photo booth prep

Tonight is our Ward Halloween party, and I have been asked to do a photo booth for the evening. I do a lot of outdoor portraits, but indoor, nighttime shooting makes me feel a little nervous. I’m not sure exactly … Continue reading

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PROS planner

I’ve made another mini planner. I love the versatility of these little books. This one is to help take on the challenge given by the General Young Women presidency to be 100% in PROS: Pray every day Read at least … Continue reading

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Hello, Friend!

┬áNovember’s Visiting Teaching message is to be selected from our last General Conference. I loved the talk given by Elder Richard G. Scott, “The Power of Scripture”. I’ve been pondering several thoughts in his talk, including the following passages: “Pondering … Continue reading

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Framed Within Families

I shared a guest post today over at “We Talk of Christ, We Rejoice in Christ”, with a notebook idea to help study the Book of Mormon. It is inspired by the challenge given from Elder Neil L. Anderson in … Continue reading

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Let’s Dance

Last week for our combined youth activity we danced! We began by talking about dance etiquette: how to ask someone to dance, leading your partner on and off the dance floor, dress standards, hygiene (always shower and use deodorant!), etc. … Continue reading

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Temple Softie

I made this “temple softie” last weekend, around General Conference sessions. I used Jocelyn’s tutorial, with a few little differences. My little girls and I all love this sweet little temple pillow with the bride and groom inside the pocket. … Continue reading

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