Scrapbooking, Stamping, Card-making, sewing, anything crafty whatsoever, baking desserts, quick & easy dinner ideas, break-making (which I've always wanted to do but have never done), FHE ideas, dancing, game nights , etc.Jennifer Graham
I'm with Jennifer! I love crafty stuff. Altough I'd prefer to work on a sewing project where I get real guidance. Maybe have 2 or 3 classes (cottage meetings) to see the progress, correct my mistakes (cause I have plenty of those) and put me back on track to get it completed. Instead of start something I can't finish.
It's me (Jenn) again. Is anyone else interested in getting together to make Visiting Teaching Kits - i.e pre-made goodies that we make a few months in advance for the sisters on our route, so that when each month rolls along we are ready to go?For example: http://www.homemaking-cottage.com/index.php/Enrichment-LDS/Class-Ideas-and-Themes/Visiting-Teaching-Gift-Ideas.html
I would like classes like learning about our Constitution that would help us learn & be proactive in saving our freedoms. - Also a class on how to make a compost bin & how to make compost.- How to be a Great Visiting Teacher:A monthly pep talk & class to make something for our sisters!- A fun date night monthly!- How to make cheap & quick meals!Dena
I am always up for some kind of cooking class, sewing (I can use all the help I can get with this) In some old wards I was in we would also have a lunch bunch and that was always fun.Jennifer Daniels
I with the Willis' I'd love to make a compost bin. Any kind of cooking class or crafty class. I could do a beginner sewing class. I can also teach sisters how to knit if anyone is interested.
Homemade compost bins are quite easy to make. However, they involve cutting the metal cans with big metal "cutters" - just be careful so no one gets hurt cutting the metal.
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