September VT Message Printable: Self-Reliance

This month I decided to do something a little different for the VT printable.
I decided to make a double-sided bookmark/handout for the message this month.

On the front of the bookmark you have quotes that discuss ‘Spiritual Self-Reliance’ along with several scriptures from the VT message found in this month’s Ensign.
On the back you have quotes that discuss ‘Temporal Self-Reliance’ along with 5 ways/ideas to help us become more self-reliant that was listed in the ‘From Our History’ section of the VT message
Along with the handout, I thought it would be fun to include a little treat tag to go along with the VT printable. Because who doesn’t love a delicious treat?

You could print these on paper and punch a hole and attach to a yummy treat OR print my tags onto sticker paper and use the sticker to seal a cute bag of treats.
Here’s what I came up with!

 My printer decided to run out of ink right when I decided to print the treat tags, so my treats didn’t include the tag.

 But wouldn’t a sticker tag work great for my little chevron bag?
I think so. 🙂 And just take a look at that cookie!
It’s not home-made, sorry. I was doing good enough to print it out and get it all together.
I had to get a little help in the cookie department. But believe me, the cookie is still yummy, even if it wasn’t home-made.
Would your VT sisters enjoy a nice little treat along with their message? Then click below to print my bookmark & treat tag.

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I would love to see what you do for your sisters if you decide to use my treat tag & bookmark, so be sure to snap a pic and share on Facebook or email it to me, so I can share it.

Thanks for stopping by. Have a wonderful day!

{Available in Portuguese SOON! And if anyone would be willing to translate into Spanish please send me an email. :)}
sheena

Sheena

Hi! I’m Sheena, the blogger behind Little LDS Ideas. I love sharing LDS Ideas and printables to help make your life and calling a little bit easier. I am a mother to 4 and a wife to one amazing guy. In addition to being busy with blogging and being a wife/mother, I am also in school. Studying and homework keeps me busy, but I love it. Thanks so much for stopping by! ♥

Sheena

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Comments

  1. Beautiful!! Thanks!

  2. Anonymous

    this is my very first time doing visit teaching and i really have no idea what i am doing! so glad i stumbled on to your page! thank you!! :)hope my ladys will enjoy this as much as i do!

  3. Sheena,

    Every month I look for a ‘special’ supplement to go along with the visiting teaching message. I’ve been to your website before, so I thought I’d try it this month and was glad I did!

    LoVeD, LoVeD, LoVeD the bookmark to give to my sweet sisters, but I wanted them to be the size of a regular bookmark…So I enlarged them.
    And instead of gluing the front and back together, I printed back to back.
    With my HP6500 printer, I printed the first sheet of [4] which says, ‘Front/Back Front/Back…took it out of the tray.
    Eexactly how I took it out, I put it in the ‘feeding’ tray ‘print’ side up.
    Pressed ‘PRINT’ Then as the sheet came around the roller, it starts with [Front]. The first sheet ended with [Back]–so all of them are in perfect order!
    It was fun and I even laminated them and added a hole punch with ribbon!
    I admire your talent I look forward to seeing what you dream up next time!

    ThanK YoU, Sheena!

    Your sister in the Gospel,
    Suzanne

  4. Anonymous

    Obrigada por suas ideias, e por votar em portugues, é de muita ajuda!!!
    Andrea

  5. Thank you for this great idea and hard work you have put into this. I have used these quotes before as my ward’s ER Preparedness specialist but this will come in very handy. Spet is Nat’l Preparedness Month and I am going to hit is off with this cute idea.