It’s always fun to come up with a Personal Progress incentive around the holidays. While at the Dollar Store a couple weeks ago, I found these eyeball gum balls and thought they would make a great Personal Progress Halloween Treat. Halloween is on Monday, but these treats are simple to put together, and would be perfect to pass out this Sunday.

Personal Progress Halloween Idea

I thought the eye gum balls were cute, and would make a great handout to encourage the YW to keep working on their Personal Progress. I found my eyeball gum balls at Family Dollar, but I’m sure you could also find it at other grocery stores.

 I decided to create a simple chalkboard tag that says, “Keep an EYE on your Personal Progress”, and then encouraged them to complete an experience throughout the week. **Please excuse the lines on my tag…I have a low ink cartridge. 😉 And I fixed the spacing on the tag as well.**

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LDS Personal Progress Halloween

Just grab some eyeball gum balls, print out my Personal Progress Halloween Treat tags, and then put it all together in a cute container for each of the girls in your ward. I used my go-to clear plastic boxes and black and white twine for a simple, yet cute, Personal Progress Incentive that the YW will love!

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Personal Progress Halloween Treat Tags

Would the YW in your ward enjoy an ‘eyeball’ Personal Progress Halloween Treat? Then use the link below to print out my tags!

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Click HERE to print out my Personal Progress Halloween Treat Tags!

The circle graphic that I used on the tags comes from ‘We Lived Happily Ever After’.

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I hope you enjoy this simple Personal Progress Idea, and use it as an incentive for the YW in your ward. I would love to hear if you do, so leave me a comment letting me know, OR snap a picture and tag me on Instagram.

Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful day.

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4 thoughts on “Personal Progress Halloween Treat

  1. Mallory

    These halloween tags are so cute, but I can’t seem to download them. Please help?!

    Also, thank you for all of your cute ideas.

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    1. littleldsideas Post author

      Hi Mallory. Sorry about that, I will go update the link (it is probably from when my site got hacked). I also will be sharing another cute Halloween themed tag soon. 🙂

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  2. Callie Booth

    Your halloween printable is adorable. I would love to use it in my ward for personal progress, but it just shows an error when I try to print it.

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