Wednesday, December 30, 2015

January Visiting Teaching Handout - The Family Proclamation.

Anyone else in disbelief that the holidays are over?
I cannot believe that it's going to be a NEW month, let alone a NEW year!!!

Holy Moly!

January's Visiting Teaching lesson is on:

How lucky are we to have this nugget of goodness in our lives?

Fun Fact: The Family Proclamation was first given by President Gordon B. Hinckley back in 1995.

I found a little quote given by Neal A. Maxwell, on this very topic.  It talks about JEWELS. There are a number of different things you can do with my handouts this month.

{There are 2 handouts to download. An 8x10 Family Proclamation and a tag with Elder Maxwell's quote.}

Find some 'candy' JEWELry and attach it to my tag.
{Ring pops and candy necklaces can be found at local gas stations, grocery stores or the $ store.}

Print out my 8x10 Family Proclamation, roll it up, tie it with a bow and add a candy JEWEL necklace.

FRAME my Family Proclamation - - -
cheap frames can be found at Wal-mart and the Dollar Tree.

I made this up as a jpeg so it can be printed out at home on a regular piece of cardstock OR at places like Costco as an 8x10. 

I love the message within the Family Proclamation.
I've printed mine out and it will set it upon our shelf with our family picture right next to it.

Have I mentioned how much I LOVE my family?!?
I do.

To download my 8x10 Family Proclamation click HERE.

To download my Neal A. Maxwell 

As always - if you plan to download any of my tags - I 

just ask that you PLEASE make sure to become 

an official follower of my blog

{right hand side under 'Join Site'}.

You can also follow me on 

my social media sites

 *Ideas are posted daily!*

Also - - I am MORE than flattered when others

 'replicate' my ideas and come up with their 

'own' tags.  I just 

PLEASE ask that you give credit where credit 

is due when posting, and please link back to 

this original post.  xoxo

Happy Visiting Teaching!


  1. Would love to use your Family Proclamation, but am having trouble downloading it - just comes up as a blank page. Is there a trick to it?

  2. Please disregard my earlier comment - after restart of computer, all is well. Thanks.

  3. Thank you so much for sharing your talents with us. I plan to print and replace my brown plain proclamation with this pretty happy one. Also, I shared on our La Sierra Heights Relief Society page with a direct link back to you. Here is a link if you want to check it out; Thanks again,Doreen

    1. I love it! Thanks so much for sharing that with me Doreen! I really appreciate it! Have a great night. xoxo

  4. I printed off the handout and the word "jewels" has funny squiggly lines on it. I also looked at it under "open as pdf" and it shows it there as well. Not sure what happened there. Looks normal when you click on link but printed not so much. Happy to send a photo if that helps.

    1. Hmmmm...not sure why that's happening? I've tried it on a couple different computers of mine and it seems to print out just fine.....I'm so sorry. I wish I could be of more help! I hope you can figure it out soon....xoxo

  5. Awesome. Thank You so much. You make life easier for me. :)

  6. I've been trying to download the proclamation and I can't. After I push the button to download a blank page show up! Am I doing something wrong?

    1. I am so sorry - I'm not sure what it could have been. I hope you were able to figure it out. I haven't had anyone else say that they've had this problem. xoxo

  7. Are these still available to download? Teaching a yw lesson on the proclamation and these would be perfect. I will follow you! Thanks!!

    1. Hi Caralee! Yes! I've just fixed the problem and they are good to download now! xoxo


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