Tuesday, August 30, 2011

September 2011 Visiting Teaching Packet

September 2011 Visiting Teaching Handout is now available. This handout is a great icebreaker for your sisters, or perfect mailers for those sisters that are hard to get ahold of.

September's Visiting Teaching Message is titled, "Strengthening Families by Increasing Spirituality." This kit contains the complete Visiting Teaching Message and a yummy recipe all packed into a beautiful card.

Friday, August 26, 2011

Spooky HALLOWEEN Banners!

Halloween is my favorite time of the year! I 'm so excited to launch these new banners in honor of the upcoming season!!

To purchase these banners, visit my etsy shop: www.justbeccuz.etsy.com

Fashion Diva Birthday Party - Pink & Zebra

I was asked to help make decorations for one of my friends. Her daughter had a fashion diva birthday party. I made some high heel shoe cupcake toppers and a some coordinating banners. It was such a cute party!

 This banner Says, "GLAMOUR BAR"
 This banner reads, "STRUT YOUR STUFF" as the girls walked on the "pink" carpet.
 I didn't make these treats, but they were so cute, I had to post them. Such a cute party!

If you would like custom decoration for your next party, e-mail me at justbeccuz@gmail.com. You may look at my Etsy site for previous projects that I've completed: www.justbeccuz.etsy.com

New Banners Listed This Month!

It's wedding season and I love these two new "JUST MARRIED" Banners.

 New! Camo "WELCOME HOME" banner!

August 2011 LDS Visiting Teaching Kit

August's Visiting Teaching Message is titled, "A Society of Holy Women." This kit contains the complete message on colorful tags (front & back)! They can also serve as bookmarks. A yummy banana chocolate chip muffin recipe is also included. These adorable tags and bookmarks are threaded with adorable ribbon and packaged in a colorful tri-fold pocket. A beautiful flower tag is attached to the front!

Funny 40th Birthday Party Banner

One of our good friends turned 40 this summer. His wife threw a funeral party for him, to celebrate the passing of his youth. It was full of fabulous black decor and RIP cupcakes. I was asked to create a banner that read, "ONE FOOT IN THE GRAVE." Here are the pictures of the banner.