I’m always trying to think of something special to give to nieces and nephews for baptism gifts. It’s hard to think of something that’s fun and still meaningful! I’ve been so excited to see the fun LDS baptism printables popping up lately on Pinterest and was inspired by my niece’s upcoming baptism to make a version of my own. And, lucky you, I made them up in Word so they can be downloaded, customized with a name and date and printed from home! They print on an 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of paper but are then cut to fit into a 4×6 frame.
To download the Blue and Green version click here
For the Pink and Green version click here
To customize, just open in word and click on the name and date to delete current info and add your own info. Be sure to adjust the font size so that your information is the same width as the rest of the wording- that’s what will make it look the best!
Stick this print in a fun frame for a great, affordable baptism gift! I’ve included a few suggestions above- a double frame works perfectly to pair the print with a photo of the baptism girl or boy. Having each guest sign the mat would make it an extra special memory of the day.
I’m pairing my niece’s print with a white and silver baptism bracelet. I’m still deciding what to pair the print with for boys. There’s always a tie tack, but I feel like those are less exciting to boys than a bracelet is to a girl… Any ideas?
Computers are all a little different and I’m certainly no computer genius! I try to make these files work on everyone’s computer, but if it doesn’t seem to be working on yours, you can create your own Baptism Printable in just a few minutes. Just download the images below and visit our Designing in Microsoft Word tutorial to learn how to upload the image into Word and add custom text.
To download these images, click on the color you’d like. That will bring you to a page with the full sized image. Right click on the image and pick ‘Save Image As…”