Hey Friends! This is Emily from Hey Friend Design Shop. This month I’m stopping by to share my 2018 Primary Program Printables! I’m soooo excited about these and can’t wait to see how many of you put them to use.
I serve in the Primary Presidency in my ward, and the Primary Program is currently the focus of our attention. I’ve loved the theme in Sharing time this year, “I am a Child of God”, and knew I could design a Program Cover to really incorporate that each child is Unique and a Child of God.
There are FOUR Parts to this Download.
- Save the Date Cards
- Sacrament Meeting Program Cover
- Comment Cards
-I’ve included some helps for customizing these files at the end of the post.
-The fonts needed to customize are free, and are commonly used fonts here at Little LDS Ideas.
BEBAS download HERE
Champagne & Limousines download HERE
Save the Date Cards
The purpose of the Save the Date Card is to give all the families of Primary Children a heads’ up on the date of the Primary Program. I kept it simple, Black & White Design with four cards to a page. These can be copied on white paper, bright colors, or cardstock. The file is shared as JPEG with four cards per page- you will want to follow the instructions at the bottom of the post for customizing a JPEG file. The Save the Date card only needs your Program Date added at the bottom and it’s ready to go! (I used BEBAS font at 30 pts.)
Sacrament Meeting Program Covers
Six Different Covers Included in the PDF File
Next up, the 2018 Primary Program Sacrament Meeting Cover. I LOVE how these turned out! Again, I kept it simple and easy to copy- Black & White. There are six different covers in the PDF file- three boys and three girls. The covers can be copied on white paper at the church. My ward plans to copy our entire Program (inside outline and these cute covers on the outside) the week BEFORE our program. We will have the Primary children color the covers with crayons to look like them. I love the simplicity of the covers and can’t wait to see the reaction of the parents as they are handed out the day of the Primary Program!
Primary Program Invitation
Use the Photo above as a Sample for Font Type, Size, and Wording to help you customize your Invitation.
The third part, and probably most important is the Primary Program Invitation. I kept with the same simple design using Black & White. However, these will take a bit more customization on your part.
Don’t worry though, Sheena has some great tutorials to help out! (Shared below.) I’ve included a photo ABOVE with Font Type, Size, and the Text to add. Once you’ve got it done and ready to print- it will print awesome on white paper with simple crayon coloring, or bright colored paper or even cardstock, with four Invites per page. I’m excited to share these with our Primary Children and plan to send them with several each to invite Grandparents, Friends, and hopefully a few less active friends as well.
Primary Program Comment Card
And last, Sheena has had lots of requests for Program Comment Cards. These can be printed on simple white paper (4 per page), and left on the benches or handed out. The goal is that the Ward Members leave positive feedback for the sweet Primary Children, which can be shared following the Program. I’ve not tried doing this yet, but I am excited to use them with this year’s program. I included two different downloads below…. The first has the words “Comment Card” and the second download doesn’t- so it could be used for Primary Parts or Thank-Yous for those who have helped.
Editing Tips & Instructions
Need more help, I’m here to help!
I’m glad to help customize these for you if that is something you’d like. Below is a link to listing in my “Hey Friend Etsy Shop” and I can help get these done for you.
I’ve also included a FULL COLOR Version in my Etsy Shop of all the Black & White Printables I’ve shared today. Check it out and see how cute they are as well!
Thanks for stopping by today! My 2018 Primary Program Printables was a BIG project, and I’m over-the-moon thrilled to share it with you! I’d really love to hear how you used them or any comments you might have. Thanks friends!