I’m excited to present my latest project for you featuring the 2015 Mutual Theme!
I’ve got SIX vertical-format photo posters featuring my 2015 Mutual Theme Logos!
Tomorrow I will have SIX MORE DIFFERENT photo posters in horizontal format for you! Don’t miss a project or post: subscribe to this blog via email in the right-hand column!
These vertical posters come in two sizes: 16×20 and 8×10-inches.
Use the 8×10 posters as binder covers, handouts, framed as a YW Christmas/birthday gift, YW crafts (ModPodge onto wood), invitation covers and more!
Use the 16×20 posters in your YW room, to decorate for New Beginnings or Young Women in Excellence, for Girl’s Camp and more!
The posters come in high-quality JPEG files, ready for printing at your favorite photo-processing retailer. (I use Costco.) Here’s how:
- Download the 2015 Mutual Theme Photo Posters [Vertical] below.
- UNZIP the download.
- Go to your photo processor’s website.
- Upload your selected poster, making sure you have it printed as the same size it is. If you upload an 8×10-inch poster and have it printed in 5×7-inch format, it will be cropped to fit the new size and won’t look good.
If you want, you can further customize these posters using your own photo-editing or graphic-design software (Word, Photoshop Elements, Photoshop, etc.) and print at home. I recommend you use good paper and your printer’s highest-quality print setting.
Note: the download is HUGE so I broke it into two parts for you, but it still may take a while for the downloads to finish if you have a slow connection.
You can download my 2015 Mutual Theme Photo Posters [Vertical] Part 1 here.
You can download my 2015 Mutual Theme Photo Posters [Vertical] Part 2 here.
You will need to UNZIP the download before you can access the files.
All of my files are for noncommercial personal or Church use only!
Please, DO NOT SHARE my files in any way. Send your friends here to download their own copies.
Don’t miss tomorrow’s post! I’ve got SIX MORE DIFFERENT photo posters in horizontal format for you. Subscribe to this blog via email in the right-hand column.
37 thoughts on “2015 Mutual Theme Photo Posters [Vertical]”
These are so beautiful! I’m having trouble with the first link to the posters, though. It sends me to your post with the logos.
Thanks for letting me know! I’ve fixed the link now. Sorry for the inconvenience 🙂
I love these! Can’t wait to see the rest!
Glad you like them! The horizontal posters are up! You can find them here: https://hangaribbononthemoon.com/2014/12/06/2015-mutual-theme-photo-posters-horizontal/
these are great! Thanks so much for sharing!
You’re welcome! Enjoy!
Thank you SOOOOO much! I love your designs. You amaze me!
These are so beautiful! Your work is exquisite! Can I get a copy of your nautical ocean picture in a 4×6 format? I would love to give it to each of my young women this year. Thank you so much for sharing!
Hi Jill! I will see if I can make some for you 🙂
These are beautiful. Thanks for sharing them! Any chance you’ll be designing a candy bar wrapper of the 2015 theme?
You’re welcome! I am working on the candy bar wrappers, but have to finish up some client work first.
Thank you for sharing your amazing talents. Each poster is so beautiful in it’s own different way! I am hoping you will do a little down sizing for us advisors so we can use them as hand outs along with our lessons!?!
Thank you again for making these gorgeous pieces of art available for us!!!
I plan on doing this soon 🙂
Just wanted to say thank you for sharing your wonderful talent with us! I love my young women, but I am not computer savvy and I appreciate so much that you would share, so my girls have a piece of this awesomeness! You are blessing young women all over the world because of your generosity and talent. Thank you!!!
These are amazing!! Thank you so much for sharing with us! I’m having trouble downloading two of them specifically- the girl with the braid and also the hiking boots. When i went to send them to walgreens to print, it wouldn’t open the file even though it opened the others.. Could you email them to me directly in 16×20 or do you have suggestions?
Hi Dayna! Did you unzip the file first?
I love that these have other aspects of “embark” besides just mountains, which is what I’ve seen everywhere else. We live at 400 feet above sea level… our YW don’t really relate to climbing mountains. 🙂 Besides, a sea voyage makes me think of the Brooklyn, the ship some of the Saints sailed to America. Cool story that doesn’t always come up in conversations about the journey to Zion. Thank you for sharing these!
What a wonderful connection to make! You’re welcome!
These are very lovely and I will be making use of them this year. Really can’t thank you enough. Fine talents you have.
These are so beautiful, but I also cannot find the one I want to print for our New Beginnings program, the girl with the braid. It only downloaded the bike one, the balloon, and the brick wall?
You probably download just the first part of the download. Click the link just under that to download part 2. The files were so large I had to break them into two parts. Let me know if you still have trouble 🙂
Ah, I read it too quickly and thought the 2nd link was the horizontal photos. So sorry and thanks for clarifying!
Thanks so much for all your work. These are so cute. I am trying to print at walmart to hang on the young womens board. I can upload all of the files except the one that I would like to use which is the girl with the braid. Have you had anyone else have trouble with this file. It says the file is corrupted. However, I can view the file on my laptop after saving it. Thanks in advance.
I just checked this and for some reason, Walmart doesn’t like the color profile I set for that poster. I’ve had no problem with that color profile for other sites like Costco, though, and it may be just a Walmart issue. However, I went in and changed the color profile for those posters and put them in the download and test uploaded them to Walmart. They worked. If you go and click on the vertical posters part 2 download, you can re-download the fixed file.
It worked!! Thank you so much for taking the time to fix this. It is going to look great on our wall.
I am looking to get one of the posters printed for my upcoming New Beginnings, and having priced all our options. The best price is in a 11×17. How can I get that image to be an 11×17 and not have it look weird? Sorry I am not a computer whiz so I don’t know much about editing photos and such. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
You can try cropping it, but there really isn’t a quick and easy way.
THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU! A free printable that I can give to my girls and hang in our classroom! They are all GORGEOUS! AHH! Thank you again!
Love your designs! Just what I was looking for. Thank you!
You are so very talented and so very generous. Thank you for sharing!!
Neisha–You’re just amazing! I have to tell you how much I LOVE the red-headed EMBARK poster–just reminds me of my long-haired, red-headed, always braided daughter so very much, I love it! She has always loved the thought of travel to far-off places, loves the gospel with all her heart, has always wanted to serve a mission–and is right now serving in far-away Argentina. The image you chose is JUST like her physically, in attitude and the joy she exudes–even from the back! Thank-you so much for all that you do!
Aww….I’m blushing! Thanks so much, Julie.
I know this may be a silly question but why at the bottom does it have 4:2?
No silly questions 🙂 Doctrine & Covenants 4:2 is the scripture where the theme “Embark in the service of God” is taken from. Hope this helps 🙂
Oh goodness I’m sorry. I was mistaken thinking this came from the Bible. Thank you