Virtuous Triangle

As I was preparing for my lesson on "Preparing for a Temple Marriage" (YW Manual 3, Lesson 18), I found this handout from Michelle Steineckert.  I loved the photograph and font she used.
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As my lesson preparation developed I found a theme throughout that I couldn't ignore.  It centered around keys:
  • Keys of the priesthood.
  • Keys to cars.  Metaphorically speaking.  (I'll add this soon)  :)
  • Keys to their hearts.
We also discussed the importance of being a virtuous young woman and seeking virtuous young men.
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I had purchased (on clearance) a few packages of chipboard keys awhile ago.  They have been patiently sitting in a box waiting to be used.
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I used Michelle's handout, but added a few extra touches.  I printed it out on white card stock.  Used a gold paint marker (a reminder of virtue) to highlight each corner of the sacred triangle.  Spray painted the chipboard keys gold and tied them to the handout with white ribbon.
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I also had Hershey's gold wrapped nuggets we passed around during class.  You can never go wrong with chocolate!
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Just thought I'd share.  :)

5 comments:

  1. A recommend holder might be a nice gift for the girls, too. They can put their recommend for baptisms for the dead in it now, and in the future put their regular recommend in it.

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  2. Hi,
    I just wanted to tell you how flattered I am that you liked (used and blogged) about my handout. So happy that you were able to use it - and add to it!!
    I just found your blog and I really enjoy it.

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  3. SheSaid - Your handout was beautifully designed. Thank you for sharing your talents! I was so happy to have found it.

    By the way, glad you found us. :)

    - Terri

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  4. I love this idea and want to use it this Sunday. May I ask where you got those darling keys?? Love!

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  5. I picked up the keys from a local scrapbook supply store, which has since gone out of business. You may want to check Michael's, they may even have something like this. Though, I just noticed the date on your comment... you have already had your lesson. Sorry about that. :)

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