Come Follow Me: Dating

This week I decided to create some handouts for the Young Women "Come Follow Me" Curriculum for the month.
The principles the youth are focusing on this month is "Marriage and Family".
The handouts below directly coordinate to the lesson outline...


Warning these handouts are a little... (okay a lot) brighter and crazier than the handouts I usually create,
but I figured hey... they are all about dating! Why not make them a little more fun and funky!

Feel free to print off and use for your lessons!

(you can download them by right clicking on the picture and selecting "save image as" can copy and paste
the images in a word document or download a single image PDF by clicking on the links below) 

Above is a simple bookmark that was inspired by the Strength of Youth Pamphlet
For a PDF download of the bookmark (two on one sheet) CLICK HERE

Above is a card that you could hand out to the young women during or at the end of your lesson.
The girls could write down action items they could personally do to guard their virtue 
(based on talk from Elaine S. Dalton found HERE)
For a PDF download of the journaling card CLICK HERE


  1. Your handouts are amazing! - thanks so much for taking the time to make them and then sharing them with us to use also!

  2. Thank you!!!! Amazing handouts!

  3. Thank so much for sharing!! These are awesome!!

  4. Thank you so much. I am using this tomorrow!

  5. Thank you so much. I am using this tomorrow!

  6. Ahh these are the best! You really are such a blessing by giving these perfect handouts for free. Thank you so much!!!

  7. Can someone tell me how to print 2 on one sheet. I am clicking on the PDF download and printing but I am just getting one large copy. How do I print 2 smaller ones on a page? Help! I'm not technologically savvy. LOVE LOVE all of these handouts!!!

  8. Your handouts are AWESOME! We made smashbooks for our YW this year, so I have been scouring the internet for cute things to put in their books. Thanks ever so much! BTW, what program do you use to design your handouts?

    Also, UNKNOWN from August 20, first click on the image, then right click on the downloaded handout. Select "copy image", then you can paste it into a Word program and resize it after you have selected it. Then copy and paste it multiple times on your page so you can print out multiple handouts on one page. You might have to adjust your page parameters so the margins on each side, top and bottom are smaller. You'll find that under FILE and then PAGE SETUP. Good luck!