{Primary} 2017 LDS Primary Program Printables

Wow! Life has been absolutely crazy for my family and I the last month or so (which explains my lack of Sharing Time posts). I have received a few emails asking if/when I would be posting invites and program covers for the upcoming 2017 Primary Program. Well, today I am finally posting my 2017 LDS Primary Program Printables! I hope you like what I have created.

2017 Primary Program Printables

In this kit you will find my 2017 LDS Primary Program Save the Date cards, Primary Program Invites (4X6″), Sacrament Meeting Program Cover, and Comment Cards. Each of these are FREE downloads for you to use. You’ll have to edit them, but I promise it is not hard to do. If you don’t feel like editing them, just contact me over in my Etsy Shop, HERE, and I can customize them for you for a small fee ($1.95). I looked into editable PDF’s, but the programs that I found only have specific fonts that you can use, so I figured editing it how I have shared before would work better.


2017 LDS Primary Program Printables

For a couple years now, I have created a Primary Program Save the Date card. I came up with this idea because there are so many times where the parents don’t know the date of the Primary Program until the week before. I created these simple little cards that you could print out and hand out when you pass out program parts. Here is what they look like:

2017 Save the Date Primary Program Card

The picture above is just an example of what you could include on your Primary Program Save the Date Card.Β Just use the link below to download the card. There are two downloads to choose from. One is completely blank, and the other has the ‘Coming Soon!’ and the ‘Save the Date’ on the bottom. Some of you may want to know what fonts I used, here they are (and they’re free!): for the ‘Coming Soon’ and ‘Save the Date’ I used the font Bebas Neue (click to download), and for the remaining text I used Champagne and Limousines (click to download).

To download, click the link(s) below. A new screen will open with the invite. Right click on the image and then click ‘Save As’ and save the file to your computer. You can then open the invite in Word or another similar program to edit. I will share some links to tutorials I have shared to help you out a little bit more at the bottom of this post. πŸ™‚

Click HERE to download my 2017 Primary Program Save the Date Card.

Click HERE to download my (blank) 2017 Primary Program Save the Date Card.


2017 Primary Program Invitations

The next printable I am sharing are my 2017 Primary Program Invitations. These look similar to my Save the Date cards, I just deleted the white bar at the bottom. These invites are 4X6″ but you can re-size them to the size you are needing.

2017 LDS Primary Program Printables

Once again I have included 2 different downloads for you to choose from. One is completely blank, while the other invite has the first line and the last paragraph.

Click HERE to print my 2017 Primary Program Invitation.

Click HERE to print my (blank) 2017 Primary Program Invitation.


2017 Primary Sacrament Meeting Program Covers and Comment Cards

For my 2017 Program Cover I went with a very basic, and generic, cover that anyone can use. You can leave it as is, no editing, which makes life a whole lot easier.

2017 LDS Primary Program Printables

I went ahead and created a color version as well as a black and white version. Just click the link for the cover you’d like, then print.

Click HERE to print my 2017 Primary Sacrament Meeting Program Cover.

Click HERE to print my B&W Program Covers.


Last year several of you asked if I had ever created Comment cards for the Primary Program. Many of you like to hand these out to ward members, and then read them aloud during Primary, after the Program. I loved the idea and still do, so I have created some 2017 Primary Program Comment Cards for you to download, print, and use. Here’s a little peek at the cards that I created.

2017 LDS Primary Program Printables

Just leave a stack beside the programs with a sign asking people to write a little message to the Primary children about how they did. You could also slip a comment card into each Program. The children love reading/hearing the special messages that the ward members leave for them, isn’t it such a great idea?!?

Just click the link to print out my 2017 Primary Program Comment Cards. You can print them onto white paper or white cardstock. There are 4 per sheet.

Click HERE to print my 2017 Primary Program Comment Cards.


Editing Help

Β Are you having a hard time editing your printables? No worries! lf youΒ would like help editing your Save the Date cards, Invites, Program Covers OR if you would like me to make any changes, you can contact me through my Etsy Shop, HERE.

I also have some great tutorials to help you out HEREΒ (Microsoft Word), HERE (using Canva) , and HERE (on a Mac)!

Let me know if you have any questions, and I will do my best to help you out.


I hope you enjoy my 2017 LDS Primary Program Printables, and use them for your upcoming Primary Program. I would love to hear if you do, so leave me a comment letting me know. If you need some help writing your Primary Program then be sure to check out THIS post!

As always, thanks so much for stopping by. Have a wonderful day and good luck with the Primary Program!


Hi! I’m Sheena, the blogger behind Little LDS Ideas. I love sharing LDS Ideas and printables to help make your life and calling a little bit easier. I am a mother to 4 and a wife to one amazing guy. In addition to being busy with blogging and being a wife/mother, I am also in school. Studying and homework keeps me busy, but I love it. Thanks so much for stopping by! β™₯


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  1. KIm

    Sheena, I’m nominating you for sainthood. You are truly a blessing to all of us who can use an extra hand in our Primary calling. I can’t thank you enough for all that you do!

    1. Kim, you are sooo sweet! Thank you for your kind comment. πŸ™‚

  2. Kim

    I forgot to add how amazingly adorable these Program printables are!

  3. Sarah W.

    Would it be possible to get the comment cards in a word document, instead of PDF? I am wanting to use to print the child’s part, rather than a comment card.

    1. Hi Sarah,
      I created the cards in Photoshop, so I can’t create it in Word, but I can add the comment cards to a Word document (as a JPEG). To add text just add a text box over the top of the comment card. I will email it over to you. πŸ™‚ Thanks!

      1. Sarah W.

        You are amazing!! Thank you SO much!!!

  4. Amie

    You are fantastic! This is wonderful!

    1. Thanks, Amie. Glad you like the printables. {Hugs} πŸ™‚

  5. Natalie

    Would i be able to get a jpeg form of the comment cards as well? I was wanting to do the same thing for printing off the children’s parts on your cute slips. Thanks you!

    1. Of course. I will email it right over. πŸ™‚ Thanks!

  6. aubrey

    These are adorable!!! Thank you for sharing your talents! I am totally computer/ technology challenged, but after watching your tutorial, I did it!!! I made our ward’s Primary program invite. I saw how you could make there be 2 prints/page however, I am not sure how to send them to Costco like that? Would you just have them printed in a lustre for a picture? Thanks for your patience πŸ™‚

    1. Hi Aubrey, I usually send the single 4X6 image to have printed at costco. If I do a 2 per page I usually send it to a local printer to have printed on cardstock and then cut. Hope this helps. πŸ™‚

  7. Aubrey

    I realized that after I printed out my invite, I need to adjust my font size. How do I do that?

    1. Hi Aubrey, I’m not sure what program you are using to edit these, but you usually just highlight the text that needs to be changed, and then change the size of the font. πŸ™‚

  8. Meredith

    I don’t see how to download the invitations, just how to print them as is. Can you help?

    1. Hi Meredith! To download, click the link. A new screen will open with the invite. Right click on the image and then click β€˜Save As’ and save the file to your computer. You can then open the invite in Word or another similar program to edit. I included some links at the bottom of the post to help making editing them a little easier.

      1. Meredith

        I had a misunderstanding about how this process worked, sorry. Thanks!

        1. Let me know if you still have a hard time and I can help you out. πŸ™‚

  9. Nola

    This Sunday is my first Sunday and the primary presidency. We have a whole new presidency and the last presidency did not do anything prepare for the primary program. I’m feeling a little frantic as I work 40 to 60 hours a week on top of being a mom of four boys and now this calling as well! Do you by chance have a whole primary program already written out? Or just the printables? By the way I’m already addicted to your site and will be following very closely your sharing time ideas are fabulous! You make this calling so easy I truly appreciate all your time and effort that you put into things!

    1. Hi Nola, I actually have 3 outlines that you can choose from. πŸ™‚ My sister had written one for her ward and then was released, so she decided she’d post it on here hoping that it would help others. You will love Primary, it is a wonderful place to be. I’m so glad you found my site, and hope that you will find other helpful things here. Thanks so much for the comment.

      1. Nola

        Great thanks so much!

  10. Collette Clark

    These are so great, thank you! May I use your comment cards to create my own “save the date” cards? I would like extra space to add information about our Saturday practice…

    1. Of course! Feel free to use them as invites and comment cards. Thanks for asking. πŸ™‚

  11. Sarah

    Thank you so much! I appreciate you sharing your talents! The youtube tutorial on how to edit on a mac was incredibly helpful! Thank you for making my day less stressful! I could just hug you!!!

    1. Thank you, Sarah! I am so happy to hear that the tutorial was helpful. {Hugs}

  12. Lea

    What is the name of the font that you used for your invitations? I am editing mine to put our Wards info and I want the font to match

    1. Hi Lea! Sorry about that. I usually add the font names. For the “You are Invited” I used “Bebas Neue Book”. It is a free font on Font Squirrel. The font that I used for the Ward name and Children’s Primary Program is “Bebas Neue Regular”. The rest of the text I used “Champagne and Limousines” (a favorite of mine, and also free). I bolded the date and place, and then left the address regular/un-bolded.
      Let me know if you have any other questions.

  13. Misty Wood

    Sheena, I can’t find your ETSY shop and there is no hyperlink above. Can you send it to me?

  14. Kimberly

    Thank you so very much for sharing these adorable creations with us! I have used absolutely everything. I am having the invites printed on 4×6 postcards – can’t wait to pick them up and pass out this Sunday. Thanks again – you have made the work of getting ready for the program SO much easier.

    1. Thank you, Kimberly. I love the idea of having them printed as postcards!

  15. Melanie Orr

    Thank you so much for your cute ideas. You make my calling so much easier. Could you also send me the link for the comment cards to print the parts on.

  16. Allyssa

    You are amazing and heaven sent! THANK YOU!

    1. Thank you for the sweet comment, Allyssa. Glad you liked the printables. πŸ™‚

  17. Kristine Cammack

    I can’t seem to download these…What am I doing wrong?

    1. Hi Kristine! These downloads are a little different than my normal downloads because they are JPEG files. Click on the link, and then when the image pops up, just right click and save the image to your computer. Once saved you will open it in Word or another program and add text boxes on top of the image to customize it. I have included some tutorial videos to help. πŸ™‚

  18. Tamara

    You are AMAZING!!!! Thank you so much for all your hard work!

    1. Thank you, Tamara. πŸ™‚ Glad you like the printables.