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Women's Conference

Three hundred twenty five pieces of paper....Transformed into our little somethings to hand out at our stake women's conference on Saturday.
They are filled with four different kinds of Hershey's Nuggets.
The programs are cute too. I'll post them later. My talk is ready and it all is coming together after months of planning. Another member of the presidency was in charge of food, and I'm excited about it because we're having taco salad, always tasty. Our theme is One Heart, One Mind, and I'm specifically talking about being one in our families. I look forward to Saturday.

Comments

Linda said…
So glad that your prep is going well, dear. I've been thinking about you!

I LOVE the pretty boxes. Your special touches are sure to be appreciated!

xo
seriously so impressive. i think i need to come over and learn how you made those boxes. they are perfect! you guys have certainly been busy preparing for hte big day. i know it's going to be amazing.
Aubrey Michelle said…
YOU ARE ASTONISHING! I WOULDN'T HAVE TIME TO MAKE GIFTS IN ADDITION TO PREPARING A BOOTY KICKING TALK!!!! LOVE YOU AUB
Julie V said…
Nice work Kelly. I like the before/after effect. Those little gift boxes turned out so cute. I need the pattern.
Bobbi said…
The boxes are bright and cheery--impressive that you know how to make them1 The women will enjoy them, and all the rest of the Conference. Your prep and caring will translate to the women and bless their lives. Good luck with the talk and everything else on Saturday!
Callisto said…
Whoo! What a project. The boxes are darling - nothing less for Aunt Kelly!
Kellie said…
Can't wait! The boxes are adorable. You must really love us.
Holly said…
Wow, you've been busy!! Those boxes look so cute. Love the theme of your conference. That is actually our ward's theme this year.

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