BEEHIVE ORNAMENTS AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE IN MY ETSY STORE HERE
I will be adding new items over the next few week, including special items for Mia Maids and Laurels as well.
|ornament with bow|
|ornament with bow|
|Removing the 2012 theme|
|The new vinyl 2013 theme|
|Click on photo to link to recipe/tutorial|
|(My daughter, Kendall)|
Personal Experience Stories: We are looking for material that shows the gospel of
Jesus Christ at work in the lives of young Latter-day Saints. We welcome stories about
personal experiences, such as missionary work; conversion; family relationships;
healthy, nurturing friendships; and maintaining standards.
How I Know: A short (200- to 500-word) account of how you gained your testimony
or discovered the benefits of living a gospel principle. What led up to the event? What
was the experience like? How has it affected you?
Scripture Lifeline: A short (200- to 500-word) account of how you faced a trial and
found peace or a resolution by applying a particular scripture.
The Extra Smile: Cartoons and short, humorous anecdotes about Latter-day Saint life.
Instant Messages: Short personal experiences, original thoughts, and brief
explanations of favorite hymns and scriptures.
Mormonads: We accept ideas and suggested text for these parables-on-a-poster and
do the final writing and photography ourselves. Study previously published
Mormonads for examples of what works best.
Idea List: A short (300- to 400-word) list of ideas for youth on a variety of gospel topics with a brief introduction on how they can use the list.
Poetry: We accept most forms of poetry. Short poems under 30 lines are preferred.
Photos: With photo stories, we prefer digital photos, but we can also use prints.
Digital photos must be at least 300 dots per inch or taken on the largest setting of a
five-megapixel camera or bigger. We also accept artistic photos for the “Photo of the
Month” feature on the inside back cover.
Illustration: We use both color and black-and-white illustrations, but assignments are
made exclusively to artists who have shown their portfolio to our designers. You can
send images to or make an appointment with the designers to let them see your work
by using one of the addresses in “How to Prepare Your Manuscript” below.
Music: We occasionally publish short songs or hymns. All music entries are reviewed
and recommended for purchase by the Church Music Committee.