Hello there! Before we get started I just have to ask - have you noticed the colors going a little funny on Blogger? I'm not sure if I'm going crazy or if there's a problem with the site. My uploaded images are most definitely not the right color. They're darker than they're supposed to be. So... just a heads up - these may look a little strange but that's all Blogger. I had nothing to do with it. :)
I have some simple little projects to show you today. A friend of mine is having a baby girl very soon and she asked if I could make some printables for the nursery. She wanted to hang some Primary songs on the wall and I'm excited to see how it turns out. I think it will be adorable! We're still playing around with ideas, but these are my favorites so far. *If you click on the link you can listen to the full song and read the lyrics.
This is one of my favorite Primary songs, "A Child's Prayer". I've loved it since I was a girl; it always calms me.
I have so many favorite Primary songs and this is another one - "My Heavenly Father Loves Me".
This song is called "I Am a Child of God"; I sang it countless times growing up and it's even more special to me now because I have my own kids and I realize how important it is to teach them about Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ so that they can build their own faith.
This isn't from a Primary song, it's actually from an address by President Hinckley (former prophet of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) given to the youth of the church in 2001. I remember watching it on TV - a lot of the things he said have stuck with me. Much of his counsel that night was focused on six "B's" - things he wanted us to work on to build a strong character and prepare us for adulthood. I thought this would be a great thing to put in a child's room so they can see it often as they grow up. I like how this turned out so well that I think I'll make one for my own kids' rooms!
So there you have it! That's what I've been working on. I hope you enjoy the rest of the hop - so glad you could join us!