I’m so excited for this month! In case you haven’t heard, the Church has planned a special Easter campaign featuring the #hallelujah hash tag. I was honored to be asked by Sugardoodle to participate with several other LDS bloggers in promoting this social media campaign. Over the next several weeks, I will be sharing some fabulous Easter content with you from myself as well as some amazing bloggers including Heidi Swapp, Melissa Esplin, and My Computer Is My Canvas.
The goal of these posts will be to help you celebrate the Easter season and promote the Church’s special content. I am thrilled to invite you to participate with me!
Here is my first project:
He Is Risen #hallelujah posters.
I’ve created this poster in 8×10, 5×7 and 4×6-inch sizes for you – easy and inexpensive to have printed as photos at your favorite photo-printing retailer. I have also included PDF files for easy printing at home. Finally, as a BONUS, I’ve included web-sized versions for you to post to your social media accounts!
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I designed these posters to help you share the wonderful message of the resurrection of Jesus Christ this Easter season. Here are some ideas for you:
- Frame one of these posters and incorporate into your Easter decor.
- Use a poster as a visual aid in an Easter family home evening lesson.
- Print a poster as a handout for your Young Women, Relief Society or Sunday School class Easter lesson.
- Use the 8×10-inch poster as decor at an Easter celebration or dinner.
- Mod-podge a poster onto a block of wood as a YW/Activity Days craft or for your own home decor.
- Adhere a poster to the front of a notebook.
- Print the 4×6 posters and give to the girls in your Activity Days group.
- Print a poster to give to the sisters you visit teach.
- Post one of these posters to your social medial account (I’ve included web versions!), share your testimony and use the #hallelujah hashtag.
- Use a poster in your ward or YW newsletter/emails and encourage your readers to check out the Church’s Easter video (which will be released 13 March 2016).
- Print posters and use as cards on Easter baskets, gifts or treats that you share with friends, family and coworkers.
You can download my posters below. And pop on by (or subscribe to this blog so you don’t miss out) over the next several weeks for more great Easter projects!
My next post will feature a wonderful project by Heidi Swapp!
Here’s a sneak peek:
Here’s all the posts in this series:
- #hallelujah Nested Envelopes by Heidi Swapp
- #hallelujah Empty Tomb Cookies Recipe & Activity Guide
- #hallelujah Three Easter Projects from Melissa Esplin
- #hallelujah French Toast Easter Bake Recipe & Activity from My Computer Is My Canvas
- #hallelujah Videos & Updated Easter Thoughts and Inspiration Booklet
- #hallelujah Easter Week Advent Activities from Sugar Bee Crafts
- #hallelujah Inspiring Easter Decor from Paging Supermom
- #hallelujah 3×4-inch Pocket Scrapbooking Cards from Persnickety Prints
Remember, all of my printables are for noncommercial personal or Church use only.
Please don’t share my files electronically. Send your friends here to download their own copies.
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