{Visiting Teaching} February 2016: Marriage is Ordained of God

I am so excited to show you my idea for the February Visiting Teaching Message. When I read the message, Elder Bednar’s quote to be exact, I knew I wanted to do something with a triangle. I LOVED his quote and how he compared marriage to a triangle. After thinking about it for a little while, this is what I came up with!


I decided to create a triangle treat box, cute, huh? This treat box is super simple to make, promise! To go along with the treat box, I created a triangle quote tag (Elder Bender’s quote) that you can glue to the front of your treat box, and I also created 2 tags that you can tie onto the treat box.

One tag has a great quote from Sister Bonnie L. Oscarson. And the other tag has the scriptures listed in the message and the ‘Consider This’ question found at the bottom of the message:

“How am I individually and steadily striving to ‘come unto Christ’?”

Here’s a closer look at the tags.



But what should I fill the box with??? I’ll tell you! Hershey Kisses! They’re triangular shaped, BUT there’s another reason to use them…’Kiss Notes’!

I created small circle tags to glue to the bottom of the Hershey Kisses. I created some with scripture references, great scriptures that will help us individually come unto Christ.

I also included some that have ideas that you can do for your spouse to strengthen your marriage. I needed a little help coming up with cute ideas for these, luckily I knew just the right person to help me out! I have a fellow ‘blogger friend‘ that has an amazing site that focuses on strengthening your marriage. When I had my idea of what I was going to do for the February Visiting Teaching message, I visited Amberly’s blog, A Prioritized Marriage, for some ideas for my ‘Kisses’. Seriously, she has some great ideas for strengthening your marriage, be sure to stop by her blog and see her great ideas.



Here’s a look at the inside of my triangle treat box, and a look at my Kiss Notes! Some of the notes include: Pray Together This WeekPlan & Go On a Date, Leave a Note For Your Spouse, Plan a Temple Date, etc.

These are all just simple little acts of love, but how often do we remember to do these things? My husband and I have been leaving notes for each other for the last few months. It is amazing how a simple thing like writing a note can strengthen your marriage, but it does!

I also included some blank ‘Kiss Notes’ to write your own. I printed mine on plain white paper, and then cut them out, but you could also print them on sticker paper. AND if you happen to have a small enough circle punch, go that route, it will save some time. 🙂

I love the ‘Kiss notes’ and what better month to do these ‘Kiss’ notes than February!?!


What do you think of my February Visiting Teaching Message? Would you like to create your own? Here’s what you’ll need!

-Scrapbook paper: cut into strips 4″ wide  X 11 long” (mine was a little shorter, maybe 10 1/2″)

-String, ribbon, and/or twine

-Triange Quote (link below)

-Quote Tags (link below)

-Hershey Kisses

-Kiss Tags (link below)

-Glue Stick or Sticker Paper

-Cutter (optional, but is really nice to use)

-Hole Punch

First, you’ll need to create your triangle treat box. I could’ve shared a step by step tutorial, but instead I’m going to direct you to the video that helped me out. 🙂

Click HERE to view this tutorial video to create your own Triangle Treat Box.


Now that you have your treat box made you can get started on your Quotes and the ‘Kiss Notes’  Grab a bag of Kisses and print out my ‘Kiss Notes’. Cut or punch out each of the notes or choose a few. Glue or apply the circle to the bottom of the kisses.

Click HERE to print my ‘Kiss Notes’.


Next, cut out the triangle quote, and the 2 quote tags. Punch a hole into one of the corners of both of the quote tags (not the triangle tag). You’ve got everything ready, so now we can assemble the treat boxes!

Click HERE to print my Triangle Quote Tag!

Click HERE to print my Quote Tags!


Grab your glue stick and glue the triangle quote onto the front of the treat box. Once it’s dry you can add the Kisses! Place some Kisses inside of the treat box and close it up. Grab your ribbon (feel free to use several different kinds) and thread it through the hole you punched at the top of the box. Once the ribbon is threaded through, thread the quote tags onto the ribbon. Then tie the ribbon into a knot or bow…and you’re done!


What a perfect triangle treat! I am so excited to make these and take them to the wonderful sisters we visit.


Behind the Blog!

Be sure to securely knot the ribbon….especially if you have little people that like Kisses. 😉 I had some little helpers helping me with my treat boxes and during the ‘photo shoot’.


I hope you enjoy my February Visiting Teaching message idea that I shared, and are able to use it for those special sisters you visit teach. I would love to hear what you think AND if you use the triangle treat boxes. Thanks so much for stopping by. Have a great day!



Hi! I’m Sheena, the blogger behind Little LDS Ideas. I love sharing LDS Ideas and printables to help make your life and calling a little bit easier. I am a mother to 4 and a wife to one amazing guy. In addition to being busy with blogging and being a wife/mother, I am also in school. Studying and homework keeps me busy, but I love it. Thanks so much for stopping by! ♥


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  1. I love this!! I’m definitely going to use this for my visit this month!! Thank you 🙂

    1. Janell

      Thanks for this darling idea!! It gave me just the inspiration I needed for visiting my 3 new sisters. It was so fun and easy to make that I ended up going crazy for them and making 10 for everyone I knew. I even made a fancy one for my daughter’s 8th wedding anniversary and put some money inside for a date night! Your message was the perfect theme! Thanks so much, I look forward to next months! 😀

  2. Jackie

    I totally love it and will be making these for the sisters I teach. Thanks for being so generous with your talents and sharing these for free. I look forward to them every month! Happy February!

    1. Thanks, Jackie! I’m so happy to hear that you enjoy my VT printables. I enjoy making them and sharing them. 🙂

  3. Debbie S.

    This is one of the cutest things I have ever seen! The sisters on my VT route are going to love this! Thank you so much for sharing this.

  4. Merry

    I just love this and plan to surprise a few couples at our branch with this and a few articles printed off that you gave links for. Thank you for all the ideas and printables. Do you plan to do these every month?

    1. Thank you, Merry! Yes, I usually share an idea every month. I just never got around to posting one for January. 🙂

  5. Carrie

    I just finished VT and want to do it all over again!! I just found your site and am so excited to see what the future things you share. Thank you so much for sharing your ideas! I feel I have been taught by you.

  6. Cindy

    Thank you! This is such a fun idea. I will have fun making these treats and my
    sisters/friends will love receiving them.

  7. Debbie Caraway

    This is an awesome idea! Thank you so much for sharing your creative talents! You are amazing!

  8. Yea, you’re amazing! Totally using this! Thanks for sharing!!

    1. Thanks, Madi! Glad that you like the idea I shared. 🙂

  9. Chris

    I loved this idea, and made four for the sisters I visit! The triangle boxes were easy and I’ll make them more often. Thanks for sharing your talents.

  10. Sheri

    Thank you so much for sharing your talents so we have something special for our Visiting Teaching sisters!

    1. Thank you, Sheri! 🙂 So glad that you like my Visiting Teaching idea for this month.

  11. Trisha

    Thank you! I am not really a crafty person. The triangle boxes were just easy enough for me to manage. 🙂 I have a cutter, but I can’t do the super thin crease marks – but the triangle boxes still turned out adorable! I loved the quote from Elder Bednar, and the circles to go on the kisses made the whole project so easy. I really loved it. Thank you! I am sure the sisters I visit will love them.

    1. Thanks, Trisha! I’m glad to hear that they weren’t too difficult. 🙂 I really enjoyed making them, and of course the chocolate was nice too, haha. My sister decided to make one for every sister in her Relief Society for her first Sunday lesson. 🙂

  12. Brenda

    You saved me this month! Thank you for sharing your talents with all of us who struggle in that department : )