LDS Young Womens Handout: Becoming More Christlike

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Last year, I taught a combined lesson in Young Womens on Becoming More Christlike. I love using handouts in my lessons whenever I can.  I remember how much I loved them when I was in young womens! This one is simple, but I think it turned out really cute. I didn’t have time to share it last time because my lesson was the last week of October, so I thought I’d post it this year for those of you who end up teaching a lesson this month.


I found a quote from Dieter F. Uchtdorf that I thought went perfectly with the lesson, and because it mentions hands, I thought lotion would be a perfect addition. I used it for the lesson ” How can I be more Christlike in my service to others?”, but it would work for the others as well. I simply printed off some tags and attached them to bottles of lotion with curly ribbon. Easy peasy!
lds-young-women-giftI made mine all aqua, but I also put together a page with different colors of tags if you prefer.

To get your own tags, just click on the link below.
LDS Young Womens Handout: Becoming More Christlike

Handout for LDS Young Womens lesson


  1. I just typed it up, printed it on white paper then glued it onto a fun cardstock then finished it just like Kara did. Such a fun idea! I just saw that it was for a different lesson than I’m teaching but since I made them, I’m going to use it anyway!

  2. Thank you for this! So darling, my girls loved the lotion, I put the quote on a paper with my hand traced on it to add to it.

  3. Hello! These are so perfect for our YW Christmas gift this year! However, when I print the font changes and is unreadable. Please help! And thank you so much for sharing your time and talents. It is greatly appreciated! 🙂

    • Danielle,
      Sorry it isn’t working for you. I tried embedding the font in the PDF publication, that might fix the problem for you. I also added a larger picture of the tag below the link. You can right click, save it, and open it in a program like Word. Hopefully one of those will work!

  4. These are so cute and will be perfect for my lesson on Sunday. Thank you for sharing the idea. I can’t seem to get the printable link to open, however. It says the page is no longer found. Is it still possible for me to get the download? Thanks. Debbie

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