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  • The new FREE 2016 Scripture Stickers are in!
  • Maria Eckersley

The new FREE 2016 Scripture Stickers are in!

The new FREE 2016 Scripture Stickers are in!

The scriptures are always the best tool to teach kids the gospel - but they can be intimidating for kids to use. When my kids were little I really wanted to help them connect with their scriptures (without spending a ton) so I created these cool, transparent scripture stickers based on the Gospel Art Kit found on

Here's a quick video explaining why I created them and how they've made a difference in my family's scripture study.

You can add them to your kids scriptures by following these four easy steps - I made it Pinterest friendly so go ahead, pin your heart out! :)

This year, I completely revamped the original stickers I created back in 2008. I included tons of new pictures from each of the four books of scripture (140 stickers total) and added all the the references and page numbers right on the sheet. I also formatted them to fit perfectly on my favorite peel-n-stick sticker paper so you could skip all the cropping time. They're so much easier to use now. Here's a pic of me putting the new set on my son's scrips while I was waiting to pickup kids in my car. Multi-tasking moms unite. ;)

You can find all the free downloads and links to purchase my very favorite sticker paper in the scripture study section of my shop.

I hope you enjoy using them in your family and your classes...and share them with other free-printable-loving-moms around the world!


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  • Mar 14, 2017

    These are awesome! I’ve been looking for ways to amp up our family scripture study and make it a little more enjoyable and interactive, especially for my five year old. I had a question, these should still fit in the pocket size Book of Mormon right? They’ll just take up more of the page? Also the links in your post and the YouTube video introducing these didn’t work for me. I found the paper and download but just thought you might want to know. Thanks so much for the great resource and ideas!

    ‚ÄĒ Ashlie

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