This black and white image, Christmas Thank You, was donated by the artist, Chris Gunn. Click to read more about Chris.
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This black and white image, Christmas Basket, was donated by the artist, Chris Gunn. Click to read more about Chris.
This black and white image, Christmas Bear And Gifts, was donated by the artist, Chris Gunn. Click to read more about Chris.
This black and white image, Dog And One Balloon, was donated by the artist, Chris Gunn. Click to read more about Chris.
This black and white image, Christmas Bear Thanks, was donated by the artist, Chris Gunn. Click to read more about Chris. Bear is holding a banner with the word “Thanks” on it.
This is a father’s day gift that provides me-and-you time, along with a yummy treat. The PDF version has space at the bottom for a signature, short note, or handrawn picture — maybe of the father and child playing checkers :). Print this checkerboard out and use 2 varieties of your favorite snack as game pieces!!! Try M&Ms, Hershey’s Kisses or Hugs or Caramel Kisses, Lifesavers, Fruity peppermints, Twizzlers Cherry…
This is a sharing time idea based loosely on the December 1990 Friend Article Give Yourself Away”. Preparation Print or photocopy the box pattern onto cardstock. Before your sharing time activity, take pictures with a digital camera of the children in your class. (You may want to begin taking pictures several weeks ahead to ensure that children who may miss a few days during the holidays can receive an ornament….
This is the image of the savior that was used in the Ornament Gift we made for our Young Women in 2003. The image is large, and you’ll have to resize it to the correct size to fit in your acrylic ball. Could be used in a variety of applications.
I used this as a favor for a Daddy-Daughter activity, but it would make a great Father’s day Primary project, too. 1) Print the images on heavy paper. 2) Cut each circle out. 3) Using a hole punch or pencil, make two holes, one in the top and bottom of each circle. (I found it worked best to push the hole punch in as far as it would go to…
This poem can be used with a star-shaped ornament, cookies, or any other star gift for the hoidays. Christmas Star A diamond shines no brighter than that lovely Christmas star. It shines in all its brilliance; it’s seen from near or far. A symbol of the Christ child as He lay upon the hay, It tells to all the waiting world a King was born that day. O Bethlehem Star…
Cami D. has shared the handouts she created for use with YW Manual 2. This document has the scripture “neglect not the gift”, a handout for D&C 46:7-33, and a handout with the Individual Worth Value Experience for this lesson. 3 handouts on 2 pages, 8.5 x 11 inches, color.