I worked on this Girls Camp decor project for about 3 weeks, but I’ve been planning and making sketches since late April. I think among the fluff and fru-fru that was produced, there was actually some meaning for the girls. I loved creating for this, and part of that love comes from the fact that I simply love the program The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has for the Young Women of the church ranging in ages from 12-18. The whole camp theme was based on this talk by Elder Dieter F. Uchtdorf entitled “Your Happily Ever After”.
The standards the church recommends for Young Women to follow is exactly what girls these ages need to help keep close relationships with their Heavenly Father, spirituality and family. I love these values my daughters learn.
“The Daughter of a King” throne using every color that represents each value.
The last day, 8 women (5 within our stake) performed this beautiful program that was written by Carrie M. Wrigley about women from the scriptures who represented the 8 Young Women values.
The girls all wrote a birthday wish to our stake president and we put them in a false book to present to him on the last night.