I shared my Visiting Teaching Printable on Monday, here. In my post I mentioned that I had the idea of using a quote from this month’s message and a bottle of Powerade to make a cute gift for your Visiting Teaching sisters.

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I thought it was such a cute idea that I had to go ahead and create a tag.

I LOVE how they turned out. I’m so excited to give these to my sisters.

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On the tag is the quote from Elder Ulisses Soares found in the August 2015 Visiting Teaching message.

I decided not only to attach my printable to a bottle of Powerade, but to make it a little cuter by adding a paper straw and some cute ribbon.

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I found some paper straws on Amazon, HERE for a great price…plus Free Shipping (on certain colors)! There are several colors to choose from and comes in a pack of 24.

Here’s a pack of 24 Mint colored straws that would also work great. They’re $3.15 + Free Shipping! And if you’re looking for a bigger pack, like 125, take a look at THESE cute polka dot straw. They’re $5.92 + free shipping.

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Would your VT sisters enjoy a great message and a refreshing treat? Then click the link below to print out my Powerade tags. Then grab a bottle of Powerade and a straw and ribbon and create your own.

Click HERE to print my Visiting Teaching Powerade Tag

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Thanks so much for stopping by. I hope you enjoy my VT Powerade Treat idea.

Have a great day!

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10 thoughts on “{Visiting Teaching} Powerade Visiting Teaching Tag

  1. Heather

    Love this idea! I’m going visiting teaching today and bringing this with me. Thanks 🙂

  2. Camille

    Love how your VT handout and this go together. I’m so intrigued by paper straws by the way. I think they look so cute but I’m always hesitant to actually use it. Do you like them?

    1. littleldsideas Post author

      Honestly, I think they’re more for looks. Haha I’ve used them and they work great, but they do get a little soggy after awhile. 🙂
      I’ve seen them at craft stores, but they’re always pricey. I’ve purchased mine on Pick Your Plum or Amazon, they’re a lot cheaper.

  3. Lara

    Wow! I didn’t even catch his use of the word power so much. I love how this highlights that, it changes the quote entirely for me when I focus on that word!

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