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How to Make 2016 Girls Camp or Youth Conference T-Shirts (or pretty much anything else)

Read below to find out how to make your own 2016 Girls Camp or Youth Conference T-Shirts (or pretty much anything else)! Last year I offered low-priced custom t-shirts for youth conference and girls camp, however, many international customers could not get shirts because the cost of shipping anything over 4 lbs internationally is very expensive.  I tried to find a solution, and I came up with this iron-on idea. …
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2016 Mutual Theme Crafts for New Beginnings and Girls Camp

I’m not the most creative person, so when I learned that this arrow charm with eternity circle made craft-making so easy, I had to try it myself.  Are these bracelets awesome or what?  I think they are perfect for the 2016 mutual theme.  It takes only about five minutes to make each bracelet, and the tools and findings can be found at any hardware or craft store.  In fact, my…
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2016 Mutual Theme: Press Forward with a Steadfastness in Christ

The 2016 mutual theme is Press Forward with a Steadfastness in Christ. Find a ton of great ideas for your Press Forward activity below:  2016 mutual theme ideas More Press Forward Ideas Information on the Theme Church leaders have announced the Mutual theme for 2016. The theme is “Wherefore, ye must press forward with a steadfastness in Christ, having a perfect brightness of hope, and a love of God and…
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Press Forward Guy – 2016 Mutual Theme Logo

This is the original Press Forward Guy in High Resolution JPG format. Use it to make anything, including classroom posters, flyers, invitations, t-shirts, etc.  2000 pixels wide. We love Press Forward Guy, and we think you will, too! Perfect for use with the 2016 mutual theme: “Press forward with a steadfastness in Christ.” Do not remove the MormonShare.com  site name from this image. If your printer requires a release, just…
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