Friday, March 30, 2018

Conference Cookie

I am so excited for Conference this weekend!  If you are not LDS you can find more about it HERE.  There are so many inspiring and heartfelt messages about faith, hope and so much more.  It really is such an uplifting weekend for all that are willing to listen.

To help celebrate this conference weekend and to remind others just how important it is I wanted to -of course- make a handout.  And as always I can't just stop at one I had to make a few.

The greatest thing about all of these printables is
 they have to do with chocolate and chocolate chip cookies!  
Some of my favorite things!

You can choose any tag or a combination of two with any of the ideas below. 

And just maybe you will start a new conference tradition for not only your family but for the people that you give it to.  This would be an awesome reminder for young women, visiting teachers, people you visit teach, relief society, home teachers, friends...the list could go on and on!

Milk and cookies just go together right!?  How fun would it be to get some of these adorable milk containers and pair it with a dozen homemade chocolate chip cookies!?

Or a some cookies in a bag with a few extra chocolate chips too.

You could even just give your favorite chocolate chips and your favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe for them to make together as a family during conference.  I seriously love the Guittard milk chocolate chips, they are insanely delicious and can totally be eaten by the handful, find them at your grocery store or online HERE.  If you don't have a favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe a Cookie Cookbook would be SO fun to give!  I love THIS 101 Gourmet Cookies book, so many amazing recipes-the Pudding Cookies are our favorite!

This is a perfect mix of ingredients to make it so they can build their own traditions and enjoy conference as a family and with some chocolate! :)

Make it super simple and mix up a batch of chocolate chip cookie dough and give it to them in a plastic container.  All they have to do is bake and enjoy!  
Everyone loves warm cookies right out of the oven.

Just make sure to add the specific baking temperature and time so they know.  I also love to freeze cookie dough balls in gallon sized bags, a bag of those would be so great to pair with one of these tags.  They are delicious to eat alone or baked and you can choose how many you want, you don't have to bake the whole batch at one time.

An even easier idea is to grab some cookies at the grocery store or your favorite bakery!  These mini Chips Ahoy! will make the perfect snack.


 I think my favorite idea would have to be this last one!  I LOVE my cookie scoops.  If you don't have one they are a total game changer.  My favorites can be found HERE and for a smaller size HERE, seriously I almost have one of each size.

Pair one of these awesome cookie scoops, a new cookie sheet, and your favorite chocolate chips and they are on their way to having amazing cookies in no time!

No matter what you do OR don't do I hope you just enjoy General Conference!!

Find the free printables below:

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Saturday, March 17, 2018

Good Friends

Happy St. Patrick's Day!  To celebrate this holiday give a little treat to your friend, visiting teacher or family member with this cute little tag.

Good friends are seriously hard to find and lucky to have!  I'm so grateful for the good friends in my life!

This is kind of a recap of the different ideas from this week but you can pair it with Lucky Charms, 

big or little,

decorated jar full of candy or even these fun finds from Hobby Lobby!

Just make sure to use your 40% off coupon if it's not already on sale! 

Find the free printable HERE!

Friday, March 16, 2018

Love is the very essence of life.

When I found this quote I knew it had to be a part of my St. Patrick's Day handout ideas.  

Don't you just love President Hinckley?  His sweet, and caring voice shine through all of his meaningful quotes and General Conference talks.

This tag would be great paired with the other pot of gold/rainbow quote I made HERE.

I still love the idea of pairing this tag with Sharpies,

a cute St. Patrick's day decoration or container full of gold treats.  
I got my container from the Dollar Spot at Target.

I love this little pot of gold and I know anyone you give it to will just love it too! You can find the little black pots HERE and chocolate gold coins HERE.

Love really is the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.

Find the free printable HERE!

Thursday, March 15, 2018

Take a Mo'Mint' to Pray Visiting Teaching Handout Idea

That's really all it takes.  Just a moment of time to pray to our Heavenly Father.  Hopefully this tag will remind us all to take a mo'mint' and pray!  

This is another post with TWO printables!  They could be paired together or just as one.

The awesome thing about both is that you can pair them with anything MINT!  I love these mint chocolate brownies you can either make yourself or-be like me and grab a small container from the grocery store bakery.

Or a package of mint Oreos or Junior Mints!  These mint Oreos are actually really good.  

Packaging up just a few is a great way to save some money and still give a little treat.

Put them on a fun holiday tray with a few if you want to make it for their family.

Either way I'm sure they'll enjoy it!

I love that these cute tags are small and simple and work with so many different things.

This we were 'mint' to be friends tag can be given to anyone too!

Another super cute option would be to attach a small mint pattie to the tag below and give it to everyone in your district if you are a District Leader or in the Relief Society Presidency.

Whatever you choose remember to take a mo'mint' and pray!

Find both free printables HERE!

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Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Worth more than a pot of Gold March Visiting Teaching Handout Ideas

I just had to include some gold in our mix of handout ideas for this week.  This is a spin off of a handout I made last year, you can find it HERE!  I just wanted to update it a little more to include some more color. 

The great thing about this handout is that it can be paired with anything that I previously posted this week or anything rainbow or colorful!  There are seriously so many options.

As mentioned back HERE, I found this cute shamrock dish at Dollar Tree that you can fill with all kinds of gold candy, M&M's or Laffy Taffy would work too with the rainbow theme.

Or you could give a pack of Skittles!  Super easy!

I found the cutest rainbow suckers HERE and you can get them just in time for St. Patrick's Day! This would also be a super easy option.

I love all things stationary, and any kind of markers so 
I think a few new Sharpies would be so fun to receive!  
Or Crayola markers or crayons would work too.

I just love the lettering that I found.  I think it gives it such an updated look and works so well for any age!  Another awesome thing about this tag is that it can be used for anyone!  It doesn't just need to be for the people you visit teach.  I think it would be so fun to give it to neighbors or friends too.

This is totally a sneak peek of another printable coming this week but a little pot of gold would be THE cutest thing to pair with this!  A perfect individualized gift for one with just the right amount of chocolate-make sure to through in some chocolate gold coins for good luck-find them HERE.  You can find the cute little pots HERE.

So hopefully we can find someone, whether it be our visiting teacher or not, that needs to know just how much they are worth.  Who do you think could use this little reminder?!

Find the free 'You are worth more than a pot of gold found at the end of a rainbow.' printable HERE!