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It’s a great Easter season at LDS Youth Leadership. In addition to the, #MyForeverFamily campaign, I am also participating in Sugardoodle’s #Hallelujah initiative. That means cool Easter freebies for you!
They’ve supplied LDS bloggers with 6 different “tool kits” to help us to promote Easter and the Church’s Easter campaign. I thought two of them were perfect for gifts to give to young women (or friends, family, neighbors and those you visit teach). I also loved the stories these two bloggers gave behind the Easter crafts they designed. I will share a little from each one.
Heidi has created a set of 5 nested envelopes that walks you through the events of Easter. These envelopes are simple and beautiful at the same time.
Here’s her explanation for why she made this project in her own words:
“I think it’s really my wish that everyone knows that they have a Savior. That our perfect older brother died for us.”
Get the printable file here.
Instructions for how to put it together are here.
This simple craft is a small candy box designed to look like an Easter egg.
She included several symbols of Christ in her design including:
- The plus sign is for the cross.
- The scallops represent fish scales for fishers among men.
- Palm fronds for victory over death.
- Laurel leaves for royalty.
- Three stripes represent the Godhead.
Get the printable here.
I hope you enjoy these and it makes your Easter a little more meaningful!
Want more Easter-related posts? Check out the #MyForeverFamily page!
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