Mar 18 2011

Proclamation to the Family Craft

Here is a fun little craft you can do with the words found in the Proclamation to the Family

I made these little pendants that you can print out onto cardstock – but just use whatever you have on hand.

I used a really textured, light oatmeal color cardstock

Once they are printed, cut out all of the pendants

And hot glue twine to the back

Then find its home…

First it started out here… Do you know what that is a picture of?  The one in the brown frame?

Varanasi, India.  What an adventure that place is.

Then it landed here.

Wouldn’t this make a great Young Women’s activity?

Here is the printout:  family proclamation pendants


6 responses so far

6 Responses to “Proclamation to the Family Craft”

  1. Ann Snider on 18 Mar 2011 at 8:47 am

    Did I say thank you this week for all the great posts? If I didn’t then…THANK YOU! That “thank you” is being yelled at you with a big hug! I really appreciate this blog and your willingness to share your knowledge and talents with us! DON”T STOP!

    Have a great spring break! Thank you from the bottom of my heart!


  2. Laurel on 20 Mar 2011 at 8:17 am

    Thank you for this idea. I am teaching a YW lesson on eternal Families. I have a couple of investigators attending and I think the girls will love this.

  3. valerie on 20 Mar 2011 at 2:14 pm

    Really have been inspired by your website. You have so many wonderful ideas. Please tell me what pens you use for scripture marking. I have a really hard time finding pens or felt pens that mark well but that do not bleed through to the back of the page.

  4. Amy Clawson on 20 Mar 2011 at 6:05 pm

    Shannon! I love your stuff! You are so inspiring! Thank you for all your efforts and hard work that I benefit from! I love your picture in this post! It is one of my most favorite of his ever! The colors in it are unbelievable! Thanks again wonder woman!

  5. JJ on 23 Mar 2011 at 11:42 am

    I printed out 2 copies of these to make one banner, we had our FHE on Tuesday and we cut this out a put it together while my Husband read parts of the proclamation out loud. THANK! YOU! I posted about this on my blog here —>

  6. JJ on 23 Mar 2011 at 12:09 pm

    Sorry. Wonky link. This is the right one —>

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