Do any of you hold a Baptism Preview for the Primary children turning 8? Maybe you’ve already been planning this meeting for a little while, and maybe you haven’t even begun. Well, today I am sharing a couple printables that you can use for your Baptism Preview. And they’re FREE! Today I will be sharing an invitation that you can use and a treat tag to use for refreshments. So keep on reading and take a look at the printables I’m sharing.
The first printable I am sharing today is this great invitation. I have left if blank so that you can fill in the info needed for your ward/branch.
You can find a post on how to edit the invites, HERE. It’s not hard, promise! 🙂
Here’s a look at one I created…just to give you an idea.
Great to Be 8 Baptism Preview Invites
The invite is a 5X7, but you can re-size it the the size you need. Below are the download links. I have a PDF version and a JPG version. If you are editing these in Word, you will need to download the JPG. Click the link, and then right click and save to your computer.
Feel free to comment or message me with any questions.
It’s Great to Be Eight! Donut Tags
I created these cute tags a couple years ago for my Son’s baptism. I decided to create the invite to match these cute tags. I’m sure you’ve seen the white donuts on a skewer.
The idea is to create an ‘8’ with white donuts. Place 2 white donuts onto a skewer, then wrap it with cellophane. Tie it off with some curly ribbon and add a cute tag! Then place each of the donut sticks into a jar or cute container.
Since the tags only say “It’s Great to be 8” you could use them for any treat!
Just download ,print, and cut the tags out and you’re good to go. You can print the tags using the link below.
I hope you enjoy my printables that I have shared today, and are able to use them. I would love to hear if you do and how they turned out! So leave me a comment. 🙂
Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful day.
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