I try to make a logo for the mutual theme every year, and this came to me the other day for the 2015 mutual theme, Embark in the Service of God from D&C 4:2. After a few sketches to design, I still love it. It’s better than the Church’s logo, and it’s perfect for a youth conference t-shirt, camp flag, or even an invite to New Beginnings. As always, you’re welcome to use this logo on items you will not sell for profit. Please don’t steal my work and pretend it’s yours or repackage it.
I’ve also included a version without the year in case you use this as a theme for another event. Normally I don’t include the year on my logos, so I’m trying a new thing this year….
Print a copy of the following release to your print shop if you’re going to use it to have something professionally printed: “I give my permission so you can use this logo, “Embark in the Service of God – boat logo” from MormonShare.com by Jenny Smith on any item that you will not sell for profit.”
This logo can be used on Youth Conference T shirts or whatever else for the 2015 mutual theme. You have my permission to use it on any item you will not sell for profit. It shows the #serveHim with a heart, lightning (might), head (mind), and buff arm (strength).
Please don’t remove my URL, and please don’t edit this file and pretend it’s yours.
Our personal progress classroom temple banners fit on four pages or less. I created them to be used at New beginnings or when you are focusing on a particular value during the month; however, you’ll find lots of uses for them at camp and other activities, I’m sure. Simply print out the pages, align the overlap, and tape for a beautiful classroom poster! Enjoy! Sample image:
YW Girls Camp Certification Record on 1 sheet: Copy these pages front and back onto card stock for each girl. These are kept in the Camp Director’s folder and follow the girls until they graduate. I made this to keep a record of each girls progress / completion … so if their camp book ever gets lost we have proof of which levels she had completed. Also, it is easier to see which items are still needing to passed off for each girl. Each requirement fulfilled is initialed or highlighted as complete. Hope this helps! (spanish version coming soon). M. Ortiz
The camp leaders had asked us to send the girls home with something to remember the devotional with, so I went to my favorite dollar store, Dollar Tree, and found these 2 inch glass paperweights in the shape of hearts. I put them in some tulle bags I found in the wedding section of the dollar store along with a copy of the poem.
I also made a handout that included the poem itself for the girls to take home. You can download it here
I’ve stripped out the new logo from the youth.lds.org website, made it larger, and put it here for you to download as a JPEG. It’s large enough to fit on a tabloid sheet (11×17 inches) for posters, or you can shrink it down for a high quality image.
The image is copyright 2010 Intellectual Reserve. Free to print for home/church use. Used by permission.
You may also be interested in my logo — it’s simpler and black and white. Click on Be strong below to see it.
This magnet idea was submitted several months ago, but it got lost in my inbox somehow….
It was submitted by Janine B who says, “I thought it would be a good idea to have the girls pick their value projects and write them somewhere where their parents would see them too. I printed these fridge magnets thinking that if their goals were on their refrigerators they would also be on their minds. So we printed these out on cardstock and put magnets on the back and passed them out at New Beginnings this year.”
This is a quick color coded chart I made up to glance at what needed to be done at girls camp. The color coding made it easier to see what year of camper need to accomplish what certification and which certifications could be possibly combined.
Our personal progress classroom cross stitch style banners fit on five pages or less. I created them to be used at New beginnings or when you are focusing on a particular value during the month; however, you’ll find lots of uses for them at camp and other activities, I’m sure.
Simply print out the pages, align the overlap, and tape for a beautiful classroom poster! Enjoy!