Free Customizable Baptism Printables

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!  To make it extra special, 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?

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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.

BaptismPrintableBlue BaptismPrintablePink

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…”

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56 Responses to “Free Customizable Baptism Printables”

  1. Cherie Napoleon November 5, 2012 at 2:09 pm Reply

    Thank you very much! This was the perfect gift for me to give to three little girls who were baptized and joined our Activity Day group!

  2. LOVE it! Thanks So much!

  3. Thanks so much for this. We have a YW that is being baptized and I was trying to think of a nice gift from the girls. I printed this and I’m going to have all the YW sign a matte and then we’ll frame it and give it to her on her special day. Thanks again :)

  4. Thank you so much!! I was going to purchase one, but this is perfect for our oldest’s baptism after Christmas!! Totally appreciate it being customizable!!

  5. I have been looking for this for the longest. Thank you for sharing.

  6. Thank you so much for sharing! Darling gifts!

  7. Thank you so much! I just started these for our Primary children’s 8th birthdays. What a beautiful and meaningful gift for their baptism.

  8. Thank you for this. My son just got baptized today. This will make a great reminder for him. I just bought some cute frames that will fit this perfectly. I’ll need to make one for each of my children….

  9. brittney remali January 11, 2013 at 11:18 am Reply

    I love this! Can’t wait to use it for my daugters baptism.

  10. So cute! I want to give it to our Primary kids the Sunday after they are baptized! We had a baptism today, so I’d like one for tomorrow. But I’m having an issue…What program are you using to open it? I can’t get it to open on my end. I tried microsoft word, but it only shows the customizable part, and nothing else. I tried to open in wordpad, but then the customizable part is missing, and the rest is fuzzy. Help please!

  11. These are adorable! I can’t get them to open either however :(

    • Hmmm…. I’m not sure what’s going on! They seem to be ok from my end. I made them in Word 2010. Are you guys using a different version? If so, let me know what it is and I’ll see if that’s the problem!

      • I also have word 2010. It says there is corrupted content in the document. The only thing that shows is the editable content (name and date) with a picture box for the rest that says picture cannot be displayed.

        • I’m sorry! I just checked it on a few different computers and there seems to be no problem. I officially have no idea what’s going wrong! If only I knew more about computers… :)

          Here’s what I did instead- at the end of this post there’s now the ability to save the middle part of the printable as a jpeg (it has everything on it but the name and date). I also wrote up a tutorial on how to put that jpeg into a Word file and add your own Name/Date text boxes. (I added a link to it in the post as well)

          The process only takes a few minutes, and then you should have a version that works on your computer.

          Sorry for the trouble!

          • I’ll try that! Thank YOU for making them available in the first place :)

          • I’ve tried both and it still won’t work for me. My WORD converts it from .docx and doesn’t show the picture part…just a black box. Maybe I’ll try making this on my own in CS5 like I did a custom Baptism announcement as well. :(

  12. Thank you so much! I love these, and they will be amazing gifts for baptisms! You are so generous!

  13. Love these! Thank you for sharing and making them so easy to customize

  14. Thank you for sharing, it’s so cute!

  15. Just wanted to add my thanks – such a nice graphic! I prepared 2 for some girls in the ward who were baptised this weekend and when their mothers posted their baptism pictures on Facebook I just pasted the pictures over the temple image to make it even more personal. Looks fantastic, thank you so much again! :)

  16. Allison Brenn March 26, 2013 at 8:39 pm Reply

    Thank you so much for sharing this! I found it on Pinterest and plan to print a few for the kids in our ward getting baptized this year. Thanks for helping this Primary President to recognize the kids without breaking the budget!

  17. Thank you so very much for sharing these. They are exactly what I was looking for. Perfect gifts for my nephew and piano student getting baptized this coming month. How sweet are you to do all that work and share it with the rest of us who still have goals to one day learn to use our computers!?! Thanks again. Love the blog!

  18. Thank-you too. I’m making a little baptism album for my granddaughter, this is perfect.

  19. Thank you! So cute!

  20. thank you sooooo much! Our primary kids will love this.
    forgive me for asking, but what font did you use for “of latter-day saints”? I love it! My husband always calls me a font nerd.

  21. Thanks so much!! I LOVE this design. My niece will be so happy.

  22. Thank you so much for these beautiful FREE printables! I will be using them this weekend for my son’s baptism. Sunny greetings from Guatemala!

  23. Thank you so much for sharing your creativity, I love this idea, what a fun way to remember your baptism date.

  24. I loved using it for the front of invitations for my daughter’s baptism because it testifies of what baptism truly signifies. Thank you for sharing this!

  25. Thank you it is prefect for my daughters baptism in two weeks. You have taken the hard work away from me.

  26. Thank you! Making it for my niece today!

  27. Thank you! We are a new presidency and these will be great for our primary children. This is so good of you to let us have them for free, they are beautiful.

  28. Is there anyway to get this to fill a 8X10 paper and not be fuzzy?

    • sorry- it’s only made for 4×6 frames. That’s the best I can do for free stuff- you could always get a mat so the smaller image works in your frame!

  29. Thank you for sharing these! I am using another program to edit with. Can you tell me the name of the font you used for the name and date?

  30. Thank you for your creative design. I tweaked it a bit to use for my granddaughter. Love it.

  31. Thank you! You rock!

  32. Thank you! Really nice subway art design.

  33. Thank you for sharing your design. Exactly what I needed… Love it!

  34. Thanks a ton for this….love it!

  35. I love this design! I’m coming back to it again and again to customize as a gift for my Primary class kids as they get baptized throughout the year. Thank you for helping me be a great teacher!

    • Melanie- I’m so glad! It’s so nice to hear that the time I put into designing things was worth it :)

  36. Thank you for sharing your talent so freely! We have been using this template, customizing it and framing it in an inexpensive Ikea frame for baptism gifts. The response I have gotten has been amazing. The kids love them, the parents and other family members think they are beautiful! Thank you!!!!!

  37. Thank you Love it! I added Always Remember him to the promises and it is perfect. Thank you for sharing!

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