General Conference Goody Crate

The LDS General Conference is in less than 2 weeks and this General Conference Goody Crate is the perfect companion for conference weekend- a cute notebook to take notes in and some treats to enjoy! I’ve been creating these for those I visit teach for the past several years. This year I’m giving it as a handout for the young women in our branch.
1 basket, box or gift bag, water bottle, notebook, pen, gum, granola bars, candy, chapstick… and any other small items that would be fun to include!
Simply put these items inside your box and tie it up with a bow!

Here are some other varieties I’ve given:

You still have time to make some before Conference! Hurry!general-conference-treats

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  1. Ashlee says

    This is a great idea! We always make Buddy Bags for our youth missionaries and this would be something different!

    Thank you for the upcoming feature!!

    ~Ashlee @ Workman Witticisms

  2. Jenglamgirl says

    What A DARLING idea! I love the crates w/ the names, but it would probably be easier to tote around in a cute colored paper bag. Love the idea. Thanks for sharing…. I AM A NEW FOLLOWER TOO!

  3. Veronica says

    Thanks for this post! I just shared it with all the girls in my home ward relief society! I hope I can get some of these put together for my visiting teachees before Saturday. Thanks again for all your great ideas!

  4. Anonymous says

    I made these for the sisters I visit! I delivered one yesterday because it was one of the sister's birthdays. I tied her goodies with birthday ribbon I didn't use vinyl letters, I used fabric paint and it worked just fine. Thank you for the idea.