Come Unto Christ (Mutual 2014 Theme)

October 31st, 2013 | Posted by Jolyn in Church | Young Women / Young Men - (Comments Off on Come Unto Christ (Mutual 2014 Theme))

Come Unto Christ - Mutual 2014

The new mutual 2014 theme, “Come Unto Christ and Be Perfected in Him,” was recently announced by the church, and my new mutual theme designs are finished! Woo-hoo! They can be found on my Etsy store. I tried for a new design style with these, and I think I got it! I’m so excited about these designs — full of color (available in 25 different colors), pizazz, and some super fun design. Love them!

The “Come Unto Christ” printable prints (in 4×6, 5×7, and 8×10) can be found on my Etsy store here. These are great to print for home or church use, or to print up to use as gifts.

The matching “Come Unto Christ” printable tile sheets are available in 1×1 squares, 1-inch circles, and 2-inch circles. These designs are super versatile to use for crafting, magnets, pendants, bottle caps, scrapbooking, food toppers, etc. The 1-inch circles can be found on my Etsy store here.

Come Unto Christ tiles - Mutual 2014

And keep following my store on Etsy because the 2014 Primary theme designs will be coming and available soon!

Primary Reminder Cards and Stickers 2013 (free printable!)

June 28th, 2013 | Posted by Jolyn in Church | Primary - (Comments Off on Primary Reminder Cards and Stickers 2013 (free printable!))

Child of God Primary Reminder Stickers 2013 WEB

I know the year is half over, but I decided to design up some 2013 Primary reminder cards and stickers anyway. Better late than never! These reminder cards focus on the 2013 Primary theme of “I Am a Child of God”. And, it just so happens that they also match the other 2013 Primary theme designs that I sell in my Etsy shop (including “I Am a Child of God” 5 x 7 printables in both boy and girl designs, and “I Am a Child of God” tile sheets available in different sizes). These cards/stickers can be given out to Primary children as a helpful reminder that they have been assigned to give a talk, scripture, prayer, or article of faith in Primary. And, because they can be printed on sticker labels, they are pretty handy!

This free printable file can be printed up and used as either Primary reminder cards (just print and cut out), or as Primary reminder stickers (sized to be printed directly onto 2 x 4 shipping label sheets). If printing onto shipping labels, be sure the “scale” is sized to 100% when printing… otherwise, they will just not fit correctly on the labels, no matter how mad you get at your printer!

Click on the link below to download.

Primary Reminder Cards and Stickers 2013: PDF Download

This free download is a 8.5 x 11 PDF file, with 10 cards/stickers per sheet. It is already sized and ready to print out on 2 x 4 shipping label sheets, or simply print and cut out to use as cards. And please remember that although I offer this design as a free download, I still hold the copyright. Download, print, and share, but please do not re-sell or claim this design as your own.

I love general conference. I always come away with two or three new mottos to live by. Elder David A. Bednar’s talk from the April 2005 general conference, “The Tender Mercies of the Lord“, is still one of my absolute favorites. I have gone back to that talk time and time again. And since I’m a fan of passing on inspiration, I designed this free 5×7 printable with a quote pulled from Elder Bednar’s Tender Mercies talk.

Click on the picture below to download a free 5×7 JPEG.

Tender Mercies of the Lord 5x7, David A. Bednar

Please note that although this design is free, the copyright is not. Feel free to download, print, and share, but please do not re-sell or claim this design as your own.

Relief Society Theme

When I first set out to create a nice design of the LDS Relief Society theme, I did it mostly for myself. I mean, for all the years I had been in Relief Society, I really hadn’t studied the motto much. It had been on my spiritual to-do list for… well, a long time. I figured that if I set out to design and create something new, knowing that my end result would mean something new and fresh to look at on my wall (plus, it totally complimented my home, which was a bonus), then that would give me good incentive to study it. Right? Right. It was a good thing too. When you delve into the details of a design, you can’t help but learn a few things along the way. And I learned the Relief Society theme! I can honestly say that I feel pretty familiar with it now.

I offer this Relief Society theme design as a free PDF printable, available in different sizes. Get to know it yourself! Download, display, and share. And remember that although this design is offered as a free printable for personal and church use, the copyright remains with me. Please don’t re-sell or claim this design as your own.

Relief Society Theme 11 x 17: PDF Download

Relief Society Theme 5.5 x 8.5: PDF Download (this size fits perfectly inside the cover of a Relief Society manual — which is why this size is currently my favorite!)

Relief Society Theme 4 x 6: PDF Download

Relief Society Theme 4 x 6: JPEG Download (a JPEG for those of you who just want to send it off to a photo center for printing)