An LDS blogger that I love has been posting about her daughter's baptism. Writing to a non-LDS audience she likened baptism to butterflies...how it's a symbol of change...a rebirth. Today's post was about the butterfly decorations she made for the family luncheon to celebrate the little girl's special day. In the years to come, the daughter will cherish this memory of her mother's love.
Very pretty...the wreath is from brown-paper sacks.
White or natural coffee filters make lovely fluffy wreaths.
Womens ConferenceWomen's Conference is this week, May 2-3, and we're excited for you to attend!
Monday and Tuesday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Wednesday, 8:00 am-9:00 pm
Will call is available during the conference at the NE corner of the Marriott Center:
Thursday, 7:30 am-8:00 pm
Friday, 7:30 am-3:30 pm
CERT Emergency Preparedness Training
May 4......8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
May 18......8 am. to 4 p.m.
Highland LDS Stake Center
5335 W 11200 N in Highland
Advance registration required.
Sign up by calling Scott or Kristine Oldroyd at 801-492-1448
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May Baskets! Did you make them as a child?
I remember that baskets of flowers were hung on door knobs to celebrate the first of May!
We also learned to dance around the May Pole.
My friend Renee from My Vintage Mending pinned this picture of a folder of baskets from Hallmark that she found at an estate sale. If you visit this link, she has pictures and instructions for saving the baskets to your computer to print on 8 x 11 inch cardstock. Wouldn't your VT ladies love a sweet May basket? It doesn't have to be today...May has 31 beautiful days. What a gracious and lovely custom to revive!