General Conference was last week! I really enjoyed it, the messages were so uplifting! They motivate me to do improve myself! Can’t wait for the next one already :)
I decided to make a printable for you! Here are some of the quotes I love. I do have more quotes that I love so I might just make more! In the pdf you will get 5 pages, 4 page of the full-size of each quotes, and 1 page with all the quotes in one page! This will be great to be shared with family, friends, and the sister you visit teach!
Hope you’ll enjoy it! To download, you can either click the image above or the button below!
I found this 100% Natural Pancakes Recipe on Blogilates.
I thought, ” No way, that can’t be! It looks so easy!”
Well, I guess there’s only 1 way to find out, I have to make it!
Okay, so I only need :
You want ripe banana so the pancakes would be a tad sweet.
I mashed the banana on the bowl with the fork first, and then mixed the 2 eggs into it. The batter looks weird, it doesn’t look like a pancake batter. I was still very skeptical at this moment.
Then I pour about 1 tablespoon of batter to make bite-size pancakes. *Still skeptical*
When I flipped the pancakes, oh goodness they do look like pancakes! I guess we’ll see how it tastes….
It tastes really good! The texture is of course very different than the usual pancake since this recipe doesn’t use flour. The taste is great, the banana sweetens the pancake that I just ate it straight (no syrup or other toppings). Within 5 minutes of eating them all, I feel a great urge to share this with you! Enjoy!
Sorry I didn’t update the blog at all last week! I had been sewing last week, and was just too lazy to get online (oops!)
I’ll make sure to make a post about it so you can check out what I made!
Anywho, so this month’s visiting teaching message has been currently focused on the life and ministry of the Savior. This month’s message is The Divine Mission of Jesus Christ: Savior and Redeemer. I thought I’d make a printable so you can print it and share it!
Perhaps you might be wondering what this visiting teaching thing is about. Well, I am a Mormon, which means that I’m a member of The Church Of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. If you want to know more, visit here to find out what Mormons believe. Anywho, every month we visit a fellow sister. We do this get to know her, share visiting teaching message, provide help when needed, etc. Visit the link to know more about the purpose of visiting teaching.
I’ve been learning how to use Adobe Illustrator. It’s really been quite fun! I’ve enjoyed it a lot! I used one of the watercolor backgrounds by Daniel Davidson. Such pretty backgrounds, I love watercolors! I hope to learn it someday.
For personal use only. There are two pages in the pdf. The first is full page so you can frame it if you want. In the second page you will get 4 little cards that you can give away!
As promised, you will get an eBook of The Big 20/20 Event!
I’d like to thank Sarah of A Cat Like Curiosity for organizing this event and letting me to be a part of it. She’s actually the one who has compiled all the tutorials into one eBook!
In case you missed it, The Big 20/20 Event is an event that is all about creativity, ideas, instructions, and all things inspirational. Each day for the past 20 days, we have been posting some tutorials for you. You can download the eBook or go here to read the posts of The Big 20/20 Event. The tutorial I posted is a tutorial on how to make your own pin cushion.
I hope you have been enjoying The Big 20/20 event! I also hope you will enjoy the eBook!
This post is brought to you by the lovely Sarah.
Hey there! Today I wanted to share with you some cute little cat collars I stitched recently for my beloved kitties :) I love making things for them and pestering them for photos – they don’t like it quite so much though ;)
This post is brought to you by the lovely Jamie.
Recently, I’ve gotten into organic eating and have begun fixing different meals at home. I’m not an expert chef by any means, but I am trying. :) This may not be the most original of meals, but I tried to put my own twist on an old favorite.
I made this for last week’s Relief Society activity. The activity was called “Share Your Talent Auction”. It was so much fun! So pretty much everyone offered something. Some of the talents offered were helping with spring cleaning, three hours of sewing, a handmade scarf, bags of granola, etc. We didn’t use money, instead we were given two-page-long questionnaire by which you get points. It was skewed though! Lol, the first question was 5 points for each year you have been married. Then the rest of the questions were just 5 points if you did this, 5 points if you did that. I’ve only been married for less than a year, while my mother-in-law, she has been married for more than 30 years! Haha she got more points on that one question than the points I got for the whole page of the questionnaire! Anywho, it was all fun though! I actually won a rich chocolate cake! So goood, it is definitely very rich!