Here is another free printable for a handout I made for Young Womens. We used it for our New Beginnings program, but it could also be used with any lesson about the Savior. I had to make over 40 of them, so we used M&M’s because we couldn’t find Dots in large quantities at the time. Any round candy will do. Enjoy!
Click below to download the free printable:
LDS Young Women Handout: Depend on the Savior
All you have to do is print the tags on cardstock, cut them out, and attach them to bags of candy with curling ribbon. Easy and cute!
I love the DOTS theme and we are using it for our YW in Excellence. I am wondering if there is a way to change the pink color on the circle tags to gold? I am not graphic savy, so I have no idea. Your advice is much appreciated!
I think there is a way to change colors in photoshop, but unfortunately I don’t know how. Sorry. You may be able to find an online tutorial, or there may be another program that can do it. Good luck with your YW in Excellence!
Love this idea, would you mind sharing with me what else you did for your New Beginnings with this theme?
I had planned on sharing the whole evening, but I forgot to bring my camera, so that was a bummer! Here’s what I can remember. Our colors were black, hot pink, and white.
We used pink tablecloths and cut a bunch of circles in pink, white, and black to put in the middle of them. On top of that we had tall pillar candles wrapped with pink paper, then black and white polka dot paper, then tied with a pink ribbon.
For food we had a bunch of small round foods: cake pops, peanut butter balls, rice crispy treats rolled in balls, and tiny chocolate chip cookies.
Hope that helps. I really wish I had some photos to share with you!
I am trying to print out this darling “depend on the Savior” and it is printing yellow? do you know what the problem may be? I have copied into word and also printed straight from your download, but it comes out yellow. Thank you, email@example.com
Misty @Creative Itch
Love it!! We used ‘D.O.T.S.’ as our New Beginnings theme this year too. Your handouts turned out adorable!