Marvel-ous Work & a Wonder Kit

Who Are Our Super Heroes?
Our Missionaries Of Course!!!

We wanted to send our Kiddos a fun box for Halloween and who doesn’t love Super Heroes for Halloween!?!?  But we also wanted to add in something spiritual to our items – so along with doing traditional comic book super heroes we also did Book of Mormon Heroes as well.

My Hero doesn’t wear a cape. He/She wears a Missionary Name-Tag for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints!

This box could be modified to be sent at any time of year – but with the Halloween Holiday Coming Up our Missionaries had fun with the Costume Items goofing around on P-Day with their companions! We made sure that we had heroes that would work for both our Sisters and our Elders because they truly are our Super Heroes!!!

If you would like to send your own ‘Marvel-ous Work & A Wonder’ care package to your Missionary – check out this kit we put together to help you do just that.

Your 28-Page Kit will include the following:

✔ 1-Introduction Letter with easy to follow instructions to help you put together the Perfect Care Package.
✔ 4- Large (11.5X8.5″) Adjustable Stickers to decorate your 4 box flaps of your shipping package. Just peel and stick! (These stickers are designed to fit a USPS Priority Mail Large Flat Rate Box and large UPS boxes. The stickers can also be easily trimmed to fit a USPS Priority Mail Medium Flat Rate Box as well as some Medium and Small UPS boxes or use your own box.) * Please note the kit does not include the actual box,
✔ 1-Box Introduction Letter to be placed in your Box right before you tape it up. This unique design lets your Missionary know the theme of your care package and that something special has been created just for them!
✔ 1-Page of Unique Envelope Designs that you can adhere to the front of your Letter to your Missionary and their Companion! This page is also printed on sticker paper – so you just need to cut them out and adhere to any envelope of your choice. It’s that easy!
✔ 1-Custom Missionary Letter for you to include with your personal Letter to your Missionary.
✔ 16-Pages with Superhero Custom Tags that can be used throughout your box as desired including 7 Book of Mormon Hero cards that could be laminated and secured together with a split ring.
✔ 4-Additional Superhero Pages with Gift Tags and Quotes to continue with the theme of the box.

Armor Up!!!  You’ve Got Mail! One thing we always included in all of our Missionary Box Mom boxes was a personalized letter to each Missionary from each Mother. Inside our letters we included our testimonies, the reason we chose that particular item in the box, along with uplifting messages filled with love.

A lot of the items won’t make much sense as to why you are including them in the box unless you explain how it specifically applies to your Missionary and to Missionary work. Many times over I have received thank you letters from our Missionaries – but the things they thanked us all for the most was the letters we included. It’s just a little piece of ‘Home’ in a box! So don’t forget to write!

To Infinity & Beyond!!! As we decided on each ‘Missionary Box Theme’, which we based around a scripture or missionary teaching idea, we would then brainstorm fun ideas that could be included in our box. I often wondered if our missionaries realized how comprehensive we were in our themes! It honestly might have been just as much fun for us to build these boxes as it was for them to receive them!

Each of our 8 Missionary Box Moms chose a Book of Mormon Hero, a Super Hero, and then threw in a fun Halloween Treat for our Missionaries. Depending on the size of the box you are sending – you could include or delete any of the following items – or come up with a few of your own. We tried to make sure that most of our items could be used to enhance missionary discussions, to be given away, to decorate their missionary apartments and left for future missionaries when they moved on, or simply eaten and enjoyed. But of course there were always a few that were just for fun!

Our Superheros List
1. Wonder Woman & The Sons of Helamon
2. The Hulk & Moroni
3. Superman & Nephi
4. Elastigirl, Ironman & Mormon
5. SHAZAM (AKA Captain Marvel) & Joseph Smith
6. Batman & Ammon
7. Captain America & Samuel The Lamanite

Super Heroes Ideas List:

Wonder Woman & The Sons of Helamon

Missionary Mom Notebook with Instructions
Super Hero Pens or Pencils
Wonder Women Nail Polish (Sisters)
Muscle Milk
Superhero Candy Sticks
Halloween Oreo Cookies

Alma 56:47-48
47 Now they never had fought, yet they did not fear death; and they did think more upon the liberty of their fathers than they did upon their lives; yea, they had been taught by their mothers , that if they did not doubt, God would deliver them.
48 And they rehearsed unto me the words of their mothers , saying: We do not doubt our mothers knew it.

Just a little journal for your
Wonder Woman Mom!
Start with a favorite
Memory of your Mom.
Then fill it with a little bit more.
You may likely keep your mission journal
so this may serve as a memento for your
mother of the faith within you, like unto
the Sons of Helamon; “they had been
taught by their mothers, that if they did
not doubt, God would deliver them” and
“We do not doubt our mothers knew it.”

Include a copy of Raising an Army of Helaman’s Warriors by Dr. Mark D. Ogletree along with a Plastic Craft Tube filled with Peanut M&M’s in the Super Hero colors of Red, Blue, and Yellow (This means you will have to eat the other colors!), a Wonder Woman Slap Wrist Bracelet, and a Sunny D drink pouch.

You could also include an Audio CD of Army of Helaman: Ultimate Missionary Collection.

Success Strategies For Missionaries Card (Deseret Book $1.00)

Include a copy of ‘Stripling Warrior’ by Del Parson (5X7 Matted Print $3.29 @ Deseret Book)

Include Del Parson’s – The Story Behind the Art Description: This image was inspired by my wife and son when he was leaving on his mission. We were at the airport saying our goodbyes, and I watched him as he hugged my wife. She was hanging on, having a very hard time letting him go, and he was hugging her, but he was looking beyond her – toward the airplane. He was obviously ready to go. The expression on her face was one of trepidation. It was as if she were asking herself, “Have I prepared him for this? Have I done all I could?” While his expression was one of eager determination. He had been preparing so long for this and he was ready to get started.

That moment made me think of the story of the Stripling Warriors. Those two thousand young men had never fought before. They had no idea what they were up against, or what to expect going into battle against the Lamanites, but that didn’t matter to them. They were prepared in spirit and faith. They knew that the things their mothers had taught them were true, and they were willing to march into the unknown, with their strength and courage coming from their faith. I think about those young men and their resolve to defend their families and their homes. They went forth with bravery and they succeeded. Then I think about their mothers. I know how worried and afraid they must have been. That’s what moms do. They worry and they wonder if they have prepared their sons. That is really the feeling I wanted to portray in this painting.

Along with the ‘Stripling Warrior’ print you could include a copy of the Ensign June 2016 Talk ‘Tenacity and Discipleship’ by Elder David F. Evans Of the Seventy

Moroni & The Hulk
Cellophane bag w/Moroni Tie Bar, Moroni Action, Figure, Small Moroni Puzzle, Hulk Pez dispenser, & Super Hero Socks w/cape. Quotes Printed out to put around the Missionary apartments. Along with a bag of LifeSaver Wint-O-Green Mints include the quote ‘You are ‘Mint’ to be Incredible like the Hulk!’

I chose Captain Moroni for my Super Hero. I am so thankful for the strong and righteous leader he was. He wanted to remind the people how important it was to defend their families and their faith. Back then he made “the Title of Liberty” and prayed that his people could stay free so they could worship God and receive His blessings! Today we are still blessed and now have “The Family, A Proclamation to the World.” I am so thankful for a prophet who leads us and helps me to know how to protect my family. I am so proud of you for helping others have this knowledge so they can be together forever.

The Incredible Hulk possesses an incredible level of superhuman physical ability. His strength is limitless, he has shown a high resistance to physical damage.

A REAL superhero is Captain Moroni. The scriptures describe him as a ‘strong and mighty man’. “If all men had been and were and ever would be like unto Moroni, the powers of hell would be shaken forever; yea, the devil would never have power over the hearts of the children of men.”

Captain Moroni never wavered in choosing the right… he NEVER backed down! He made an oath to defend his people, his rights, his country, and his religion. He kept Heavenly Father and his people forever in his heart and made sure that all his efforts were to serve them both.

Nephi & Superman
Happy Halloween Bag: Popping Candy. lollipop, candy eyeballs, & Vampire teeth.
Superman Candy Mix: Licorice Rope, Sour Punch, Flying Superman Toys.
Cellophane Bag: Superman Socks w/Cape, Superman Action Figure, & Superman Magic Towel.
Nephi Quote Wooden Block Picture of Hero Nephi Copy of ‘Nephi’s Courage’ Song.
Halloween Decorations for their Missionary Apartment.
New Era September 2013 Nephi’s Bows.
Superman T-Shirt and Basketball Shorts – to wear on P-Day.


Elastigirl, Mormon, & Ironman
For Ironman:
Ironman White Board
Ironman Picture Frame
Ironman Magic Towel
A Flashlight with Batteries.

For Mormon:
: The Upward Reach by Sterling W. Sill (This book is Out of Print – but you can find it easily on Ebay or Amazon) It is a great treasure trove of information on Leadership and Missionary Work. Copy the chapter on Mormon found on page 248 and included it in the box.
Small Plastic Pumkin w/ Dove Chocolates & Gummi Snakes Snake covered small notebook, a penny, a $1 bill, pens

Ensign December 1988: Jesus Christ – Gifts and Expectations by President Ezra Taft Benson

As you read this biography of Mormon you will see why he is one of my heroes. He is one of the first people I would like to meet in Heaven. For my Halloween gift I found a scripture where Christ tells the apostles what kind of Missionaries to be. He tells them to be Wise as a serpent. How do you be wise as a serpent? In Genesis 3 it describes the serpent as being the most subtle and crafty creatures that God created. When a snake is hunting they are very patient as they slowly inch towards their goal. As a Missionary you need to be wise, subtle, patient, and a little crafty. Christ also told them to be as harmless as a dove. To be a Missionary that is like a dove you need to be humble, peaceful, and Full of the Holy Ghost as you speak. Keep Up the Hero Work!

For Elastigirl:
Silly Putty, Elastic Band Ball Ensign December 1988: Jesus Christ – Gifts and Expectations by President Ezra Taft Benson

Include in Letter or Note: For my Super Heroes I chose Elastigirl and Ironman. Elastigirl because if we are flexible and putty in God’s hands He will form us into the most powerful and amazing version of ourselves that is possible! I liked Ironman because he was an ordinary man but because he had a mighty change of heart his heart gave the armor power. When we have had a mighty change of heart and put on the full armor of God we will be strong in the Lord, and in the power of His might. You will be able to stand against the wiles and forces of the devil. You will be a Super Hero!


Joseph Smith & SHAZAM (a.k.a. Captain Marvel)
Plastic pencil shaped box filled w/Candy
Book: Teachings of the Prophet Joseph Smith
Picture of Joseph Smith w/Scriptures
Pistachios in bag with Captain Marvel – Shazam description
BYU Speeches February 2002: Everything Money Cannot Buy by Mary Ellen Smoot
New Era December 2015: They Knew Joseph

Given the Power of SHAZAM
Billy Batson has but to speak the ancient wizard’s name,
and he is transformed from boy to man
– the world’s mightiest mortal!

S – Solomon’s Wisdom
H – Hercules’s Strength
A – Atlas’s Stamina
Z – Zeus’s Power
A – Achilles’ Courage
M – Mercury’s Speed


Batman & Ammon
Gold Tinsel Hair and Batman Halloween Capes (Missionary Halloween Dress Up!)
Bat shaped treat holders w/Batman Magic Towel & Bat Rings
Candy Bags of Bones
Ammon Bag of Arms and Sword – Create your own Ammon Bag of Arms & Swords: Cellophane bag w/ Glow in the dark skeleton arms (get skeletons from the Dollar Tree Store and pick out all the arms) and plastic swords.

Ensign June 1977: Ammon by Robert A. Rees

Include in a Note or Letter: In studying Ammon I have learned that I need to be more faithful and diligent. I have not been spit on, mocked, stoned, bound in cords or cast into prison. He was so patient, loving, humble, and determined to keep teaching the gospel to the Lamanites. I love the part in the talk that I included that says, “The story of Ammon teaches us that heroism inspired of God is possible for all of us and that with faith we can perform great miracles. This way is not easy, as Ammon continually reminds us, but the joy is unspeakable and the peace past understanding.” I mentioned that each of you are my Hero’s! You all continue to demonstrate amazingly great faith whether you are just starting your mission or nearing the end. As I read and talk to your mothers, each of you have been patient, loving, humble and determined. All of you have had doors slammed, you have been mocked and even a few of you have been spit upon but you continue to do your best. You brush yourself off and find ways to work harder to spread the Gospel. Each of you have grown so much. I think that has been one of my favorite parts is seeing that growth! Thank you so much for allowing me to be a part of this wonderful experience and for letting this crazy group of moms get to know all of you in such a personal way. I love you with all of my heart! I tell my kids when I write them to Be Careful!!! Follow all of the mission rules to keep you safe. Keep working hard and enjoy the journey! Keep safe my Valiant Stripling Warriors!

Captain America & Samuel the Lamanite
Steve Nethercott Real Hero Book of Mormon Cards
Steve Nethercott Real Hero Bible Cards
Captain America T-Shirts w/Solar Color Changing Shield
Captain America Folder w/11 General Conference Talks on Heroes
Marvel Avengers Assemble Pocket Size Tissue Packs
Mini Flashcards w/Ring and ‘You are my Superhero’ quote tags
Brain Ooze, Americana Athletic Socks, Vampire teeth, w/quote
Invisible Cape Candy Bottles
Treacherous Treat Candy Jars
Glow in the dark Bones & Grow a Zombie
Coffin Halloween Treat Boxes

Print off the following Conference Talks and Stories for the Captain America Folder:
Liahona June 1977: Book of Mormon Heroes
New Era August 2010: Shiblon, My Book of Mormon Hero by Elder Michael T. Ringwood Of the Seventy
General Conference Talk October 1992: The Priesthood in Action by Thomas S. Monson Second Counselor in the First Presidency
Friend March 1987: Scriptural Giants: Samuel by Sherrie Johnson
General Conference October 1974: For Thy Servant Heareth by S. Dilworth Young
New Era May 1994: Every Way Heroes by Larry A. Hiller
General Conference April 2014: The Priesthood Man by President Henry B. Eyring
General Conference April 1995: The Shield of Faith by Boyd K. Packer
Ensign December 1977: Nephi, Lehi, and Samuel the Lamanite by Brian Best

Letter: When we ‘Moms’ first came up with the ‘Theme’ of Superheroes for our next Missionary Moms Box night I immediately knew that I wanted to choose Captain America as my ‘Super Hero’ – but for some reason I then chose Samuel the Lamanite as my ‘Book of Mormon Hero’ almost as quickly. It wasn’t until I started to figure out what I wanted to use as my ‘Object’ to represent this theme that I realized Captain America and Samuel the Lamanite have a lot of similar ‘Super Hero’ qualities.

Both Samuel the Lamanite & Captain America were brave, courageous, valiant, reliable, trustworthy, they had integrity, a warrior spirit, they were helpful, they were life savers, they both inspired people to choose righteousness over evil and to also do good in the world. As Theodore Roosevelt once said “The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood, who strive valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again, for there is no effort without error and shortcoming.”

Just as Captain America has a shield of protection you were also given the Spirit of the Lord to protect you and the Holy Ghost to guide you, Captain America trusted in his own power and that his shield would never fail him. Just like the Missionaries are given power to preach the gospel – the Lord will Never Fail You. You accepted the Call to Serve the Lord just as Captain America accepted his call to inspire, help, and teach by example. Samuel the Lamanite accepted his call from the Lord to go preach the gospel to the Nephites even when they tried to kill him. But Samuel the Lamanite also trusted that he would be protected while on the Lord’s errand – so he climbed the wall and preached to the people.

Helaman 16: 1-3
1 And now, it came to pass that there were many who heard the words of Samuel, the Lamanite, which he spake upon the walls of the city. And as many as believed on his word went forth and sought for Nephi; and when they had come forth and found him they confessed unto him their sins and denied not,…
2 But as many as there were who did not believe in the words of Samuel were angry with him; and they cast stones at him upon the wall, and also many shot arrows at him as he stood upon the wall; but the Spirit of the Lord was with him, insomuch that they could not hit him with their stones neither…
3 Now when they saw that they could not hit him, there were many more who did believe on his words, insomuch that they went away unto Nephi to be baptized.
I hope you always remember that when you were set apart as a missionary you were given power and authority to act as a representative of Jesus Christ. As you ‘Suit Up’ each morning and put on your final piece of armor (Your Name Tag) just remember whose name it is on your heart. He will never leave you or forsake you but will give you power and strength to preach the gospel to Everyone. You too were called on a mission to protect and to save the world.

As I started trying to find an ‘Object’ to represent Captain America I found myself down in Southern Utah with my daughter, Sydney, as she was finishing up a 9-week 9 Temple personal challenge. My mom was with us and one of her favorite stores in St. George is a store call Del Sol – so we always make a visit to this store whenever we are in the area. It’s kindof a fun crazy place and all of their merchandise that they sell in the store is light sensitive – it changes from no color to full color when you put the object in the sunshine.

NASA explored earlier concepts of color change for its space program back in the 70s and 80s, but Del Sol further developed and expanded this technology, engineering its own proprietary Spectrachrome color changing crystals that are found in all Del Sol products today. Del Sol’s color-changing crystals are harvested from the sunniest, most colorful places on the planet and then engineered for use on nearly 10,000 color-changing retail items. Much like a flower that blossoms in the sun’s rays, Del Sol’s exclusive Spectrachrome crystals open and unfold upon exposure to sunlight, revealing their hidden colors.

This made me think of how each of you takes upon yourself the ‘Light of Christ’ everyday and how it not only changes you it also changes the hearts and lives of those of whom you serve. I hope as you wear this Captain America T-Shirt it will remind you of this concept and bring a smile to your face as you walk in and out of the Sunshine all day long! Y’All Rock Like the Avengers!!!
Be safe! Be Super! Be a Super Hero!

In a cellophane bag I added the following: Scripture Heroes Printable from the MBM kit. (I added the Missionaries name to it.)

Then I found this site that has great Book of Mormon hero cards to print out at This LDS Mom Blogspot

Missionary Super Power Candy Bar and Missionary Super Hero Sucker Capes (Included in the Kit)
(The MBM Super Power Candy Bar Printable is designed to cover a 1.55 oz. Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Candy Bar or another candy bar that measures 2.25″ X 5.25″. Print out and cut along edges. Wrap around candy bar and secure with Glue Dots or tape. The ends of the candy bar will poke out beyond the wrapper. ) (The MBM Super Hero Sucker Capes will work on any sucker but I chose a Charms Super Blow Pop Sucker.)

Super Hero Soap

Making your own soap is fun and easy – so if you have never tried Melt and Pour Soap Crafting before – now is your chance!!! The Materials are inexpensive, easy to find, and the steps are not complicated at all.

Most of the supplies will be available in your local craft store or your own kitchen at home – but I purchased a lot of my supplies online at Elements Bath and Body (a Wholesale Soap Making Company).

For this project I used Melt and Pour Soap Base Clear and Melt and Pour Soap Base White, Multiple Superhero Silicone Molds purchased on Amazon, Fiji Fruit Pineapple Fragrance for some of the soaps and Dreamsicle Fragrance for some, Mica Pearl Black and Mica Pearl White Sparkles (Micas are super sparkly and add shimmer and shine to your finished soaps) Liquid Colorant True Red, Liquid Colorant Sapphire Blue, and Liquid Colorant in Grass Green. (Cost: A regular size bar of soap would be Approx. .80 cents per Bar – but since most of these soaps are small it would be much less.)

Materials Needed:

1. Melt and Pour (AKA “Glycerin”) Soap Base
This is a pre-made soap that comes in clear or white blocks. The white is the same as the clear base, but with a white colorant. It’s a basic soap that you can melt in the microwave, add colorants and fragrance to, and remold in any flexible container you have.
2. Rubbing Alcohol and a Spray Bottle
This is your best friend, and you will need it for every soap project. Just fill a small spray bottle with isopropyl rubbing alcohol from a drugstore and you are ready to go. A few light sprays will pop any surface bubbles when you’re done pouring the soap into your mold. It also makes soap layers adhere to one another if you are doing a multiple layer project.
3. Colorant (Liquid Colorant and or Micas can be used)
FD&C colorants are what you’ll most likely find at your local craft store. These look like liquid food colors and are practically the same, but not edible. Micas are made of little powdery flakes that are dyed. They are shimmery and sometimes even sparkle. Micas come as powders so you will need to stir them into a little rubbing alcohol before adding them to your project so they don’t clump.
4. Fragrance Oils
One of the most exciting parts of making soap is choosing the fragrance. The options are practically infinite. You can find everything from tangy lemon to S’More scents. When shopping for fragrance oils make sure they are specifically for soap making. Do not use fragrance oils you buy at the grocery store intended for candles or extracts.
5. Soap Mold
Soap making molds come in various shapes, sizes and materials. It’s crucial to consider what kind of mold you’ll be using when designing a soapy project. … One of the most popular soap mold options is a silicone mold. They are easy to clean with no lining necessary and come in a variety of shapes and sizes. They are also very inexpensive to buy.


Include the MBM tag along with a toy Hand Spinner or Fidget Spinner along with a copy of October 2006 Conference Talk: ‘Receiving by the Spirit’ by A. Roger Merrill.

Just for fun you could include a copy of the LDS Living article ‘How a Book of Mormon Story ended up in a DC Comic’ ( + other ways Mormons share their faith in comics).

Scripture Hero Review Quiz Questions (Shown Below)

Scripture Hero Review Questions
1. Which Scripture Hero’s Power was Courage?
2. Which Scripture Hero’s Power was Prayer?
3. Which Scripture Hero’s Power was Service?
4. Which Scripture Hero’s Power was Testimony?
5. Which Scripture Hero’s Power was Baptism?
6. Which Scripture Hero’s Power was Repentance?
7. Which Scripture Hero’s Power was Missionary Work?
8. Which Scripture Hero’s Power was Valiant?
9. Which Scripture Hero’s Power was Honoring their Parents?
10. Which Scripture Hero’s Power was Prophesying?
11. Which Scripture Hero’s Power was Faith?
12. Which Scripture Hero’s Power was Hope?
13. Which Scripture Hero’s Power was Truth?
14. I preached to wicked King Noah. Who am I?
15. I smote off Laban’s head. Who am I?
16. I was the last righteous man of my people. Who am I?
17. I prayed all day and into the night. Who am I?
18. Nephites shot arrows at me as I prophesied on a wall. Who am I?
19. I saw the Lord’s finger. Who am I?
20. We do not doubt, we were taught by our mothers. Who are we?
21. I used to be a priest to wicked King Noah. Who am I?
22. I abridged the Book of Mormon. Who am I?
23. I wrote the Title of Liberty. Who am I?
24. I served King Lamoni as a Missionary. Who am I?
25. I had a tall tower built so I could teach my people. Who am I?
26. I rebelled against my righteous father. An angel appeared unto me. Who am I?

* Box Hint Helper: It is great to shop for lots of items you might want to include during the Back to School sales in August and September – so keep an eye out for great deals!

Shopping List and Stores List:

Target Superstores
1. Marvel Comics Captain America Folder $1.00US
2. Myndology Mini Flashcards w/ Ring $1.59US
3. Marvel Avengers Assemble Clip Pens with Rope (8-pack) $2.80
4. Marvel Avengers Assemble Pop Up Pencils (4-pack) $1.00
4. Goldtoe Performance Athletic Socks (Americana Design)
5. Elastic Band Balls
6. Bright Yellow Envelopes (5 ¾ X 8 ¾ Letter size)

Dollar Tree Store
1. Marvel Avengers Assemble Tissues (6pack)
2. Iron Man White Erase Board w/Pen
3. Iron Man Picture Frame (Use provided tag for picture)
4. Glow in the dark vampire teeth (Pkg. of 8) (Dr. Seuss quote)
5. Brain Dead Zombies Brain Ooze(Use Brain Ooze, Socks & Vampire Teeth for Dr. Seuss quote – You have brains in your head, and feet in your shoes, you can steer
in any direction you choose. Kind-of fun during Halloween. I added a label on the Ooze that said ‘Brains, Shoes, Chews’ so they would get the symbolism.)
6. Black Superhero children’s cape (for Batman)
7. Tinsel Wig
8. Buy Skeletons and other figures but only use the arms (for Ammon)
9. Candy Bags – includes small bags of candy bones (for Ammon)
10. Marvel Heroes Candy Sticks Boxes (22count)
11. Marvel Heroes Comic Small Notebook
12. Small Plastic Pumpkins (6Count) (Snake & Dove Quote)
13. Package of gummi worms (Snake & Dove Quote)
14. Silly Putty (Pkg. of 2) (Ezra Taft Benson Quote – Putty in His hands)
15. Pkg. of Rubber Bands to make Rubber Band Ball (2 Elastigirl Quotes)
16. Alternate to #15 you can use Rubber Band shaped Suckers you can find them at Zurchers, Target, Amazon, or craft stores.
For #’s 14 and 15 above you can put the Putty, Rubber band ball, 2 Elastigirl Quotes, and talk ‘Jesus Christ Gifts and Expectations’ in a cellophane bag then put Ezra Taft Benson quote on the outside.

Deseret Book
1. Captain Moroni Tie Bar
2. Captain Moroni Mini-Puzzle
3. Captain Moroni Action Figure
4. Candy Bag of Bones (Actually makes up into a full skeleton!)

Bennion Craft or any other Craft Store
1. Plastic Bottle 7.5inch $1.00US (Located by the wood crafts area in the Kaysville, Utah location Only) (Use for the Invisible Cape Bottles) 
2. Super Hero Paper .99 cents each
3. 1 Pkg. Bright Blue Treat Bags (12 Pack)
4. Halloween Cellophane Loot Bags (20 Count)
5. Dr. Seuss Ribbon
6. Yellow Felt (For Superhero cape)
7. Cellophane Halloween Gift Bags

Grocery Store or WinCo
1. Sixlets Bulk Chocolate Candies (For the Plastic Superhero bottles)


Scrapbook Customs or your local Craft Store
1. Small Plastic Jug Bottle (Approx. 8oz.)
2. Black Glitter Ribbon, Green Twine, Purple Ribbon.
3. Halloween Sticker set for the Small Plastic Jug Bottles .50cents (Choose from Treacherous Treats, Creepy Candy, Monster Munchies, Bat Dropping Sweet Succulents, or Dreadful Dragon Eyes – Indulge if you Dare) (Sticker set includes one
sticker for the top of the lid and one sticker for you to wrap around ¾ of the bottle)
4. Coffin Treat Holder Kit
5. Orange or Black Striped foldable treat boxes with Halloween Sticker


1. Americana Ribbon
2. Colorful Fuzzy Socks (2-pack)
3. Foam black bats (11-pack) $1.00 (For Superhero cape)
4. T-Shirt: ‘Training to be Wonder Woman’ (Sisters only)
5. Orbit Gum
6. Package of Dove Chocolate (Snake & Dove Quote)
7. Skulls and Bones Fruit Hard Candy (11 Individual Packs per bag)


DelSol Color Change
1. Captain America Shield T-Shirt – Navy Blue


Artist Steve Nethercott: Real Hero Card Sets
1. Book of Mormon Heroes Small 3X4.5 Card Set = $6.95
2. Bible Heroes – Small 3X4.5 Card Set = $6.95
3. Plastic Card Holder Sleeves $4.95 (13 heavy duty sheet protectors and 2 rings)


U.S. Postal Service
1. Everyday Heroes Card: ‘Hero is such a big word’


Hobby Lobby
1. Black painted wooden square (attach I will go I will do – Nephi)
2. Small notebook (located in craft section) (Use for Wonder Woman Mom Journal)


Oriental Trading Company
1. Super Hero Sayings Bracelets
2. Super Hero Shaped Gliders (Flat – Missionary
Assembly Required)
3. Stretchy Flying Superheroes


1. Muscle Milk Individual Protein Shakes
2. Kirkland Signature Jelly Belly Jelly Beans (4lbs.) (For Treacherous Treat Jars)


Book: The Upward Reach by Sterling W. Sill (Talk on Mormon pg. 248) This book has amazing talks on Missionary Work and life. Purchase used on Ebay or Amazon since book is out of print.
(Include in cellophane bag: Above Talk, Pens, small notebook, a penny, a dollar bill. Mormon was a better orator than George Washington and a better statesman than Lincoln.)


This LDS Mom Blogspot
Scripture Heroes Printable


Book: Teachings of the Prophet Joseph Smith by Joseph Fielding Smith


Hallmark or Smith’s Food Store
1. Superman Treat Presenter Box $7.95


1. Marvel Comic Hero Socks


1. Superman Socks w/Cape


Busy Mom’s Helper


Super Hero Soda Gift
(I didn’t include this because of lack of room in mailing a package overseas – but if you have a Missionary serving state-side it would be cute to add.)