Visiting Teaching

It’s the last day of the month people!  How did that happen? I could have sworn there was another week left to get visiting teaching done.  Oh well.  Here’s the little goody box and message I put together for the girls I visit teach.

I copy and pasted the message off of and put it in a cuter font and format.  If you still need to go get your visiting teaching done you can use my printable.  This would be cute attached to a Valentine’s day dish towel if you don’t want to bake a treat.{Click on the image and print it as a 5×7}

I made my favorite treat – cupcake bites!

Maddy helped.

Mmmm, they are so delicious.  The boxes were cut with my Silhouette machine. 

Alright, enough with the pictures.  I’m off to get these dropped off.  I hope they like them! 

Linking to: Today’s Creative Blog

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9 Responses to Visiting Teaching

  1. Kirby Cook says:

    I want you to be my visiting teacher!

  2. Oh’ I had to pop over here to see if you put them on your blog. OH’ my goodness are they so good. I am such a lucky recipient who got to have the {SWEET} Message and TREAT! I had no idea what was in the {cute} DARLING box… but my eyes lite up and I think I let out a girlie squeal when I opened the box. THANKS hun! jen

  3. Kendra says:

    Oh yummy! I am so hungry, I need some of those. What a cute idea for Visiting Teaching! Thanks for Sharing!!

  4. Carlee says:

    Yum, they look delicious! I want you to be my visiting teacher too! I have never tried making cake balls, maybe I will have to try!

    • Ten Cow Chick says:

      You should make some! They’re addicting! For actvity days today we are doing “heart attacks” on the bishoprics office door. I’m soo excited. Thanks again for the cute idea!

  5. Jan says:

    So very cute!!! I never thought about those cute VT treats to blog about it! I just might have to do that – and soon. Thanks for the ideas – always such great stuff.


  6. Anndee says:

    Come visit teach me any time! I’m going to have to try those boxes. And maybe the cupcake bites if I get brave. I love the cake pop idea but looks like WAY too much work. I like to bake – but those are serious. Anyway, great ideas here.

  7. Emily says:

    I’ve made the cupcake pops before, but they didn’t turn out very well because of the chocolate. What kind of chocolate do you use?? Maybe I’ll give them another go.

    • Ten Cow Chick says:

      Try them again! I used vanilla and chocolate bark this time instead of the chocolate wafers just because it is soo much cheaper. Good luck!

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