Today I am sharing some great little cards that are perfect for baptisms. I first saw these LDS Baptism Cards several years ago at my Nephew’s baptism. Since then I have used these LDS Baptism Cards for my son and daughter’s baptism. It is a special way to help children remember their special day.
I created these cards to match my LDS Baptism Prints that I shared a few days ago, you can find there HERE! My daughter was baptized last year, and I knew that I wanted to use these LDS Baptism Cards at her baptism.
I placed some of the cards on a table by the guest book, and then my sisters passed them out to everyone while my daughter was getting dressed, after she was baptized.
The idea is, for those attending, to write down a special note to the child OR write down their testimony. You can then place them in a baptism book, a small photo book (you can find these for really cheap), in a binder (find some page protectors and place the cards in), a baptism box, etc. It makes a great keepsake that the children can look back on and remember how special the day was.
LDS Baptism Cards
This is also something that the Primary could do, and give to the children as a gift. It is a cheap gift idea, but one that would be very special to each of the children.
Do you like the idea of using these LDS Baptism Cards? I have loved using them, and plan on using them for our next 2 children. If you’d like to use them, just use the link below to print my LDS Baptism Cards.
I fit 3 to a page and each card measures just a tad smaller than 4″X6″. I wanted each card to fit into a photo book with 4″X6″ pockets.
I hope you enjoy my LDS Baptism Cards, and use them at your next baptism. I would love to hear what you think, and if you use them, so leave me a comment letting me know.
Thanks so much for stopping by. Have a wonderful day!
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