Click on the file below to print download all of the Articles of Faith. 
I hope these designs help with memorization.
If you'd like to recreate or sell these designs, please contact me at kaenie[at]gmail.com
If you'd like to see more of my designs, please visit my site at kaeNie.com
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CE
01/15/2013 8:46am

Hi. Your articles of faith are beautiful. Read through them and noticed you left out a line in the 13th... "We believe all things..." Before "we hope all things..."

Too cute to not be correct :). Keep up the good work!

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01/15/2013 2:31pm

Thank you CE, I am so glad you caught that! The change has been made.

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Karen
01/20/2013 11:14am

Wow! These are so beautiful! I absolutely feel inspired to memorize the AOF. Thank you for taking the time to create and share them with us

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01/20/2013 9:06pm

Thank you Karen, I sincerely appreciate your comment. :)

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Breanne
01/20/2013 8:53pm

Beautiful. Saw it on Pinterest . Thanks!

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01/20/2013 10:01pm

Thank you Breanne. Creating these for kids in my ward primary was rewarding in and of itself, but being able to share with you and people all over pinterest has me grateful once again for the technology we have today.

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Aimee Jongejan
01/20/2013 9:48pm

My son and I sat down last week and created goals for his Faith in God award. As part of that he needs to memorize the AOF. I was going to make up some cards but these are BEAUTIFUL!! Sooo much better than anything I could come up with!! Found you via Sugardoodle (love her!). THANK YOU SOOO MUCH!!!

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01/21/2013 9:55am

That's wonderful Aimee! I am so glad you are helping your son with his Faith in God award, that's the main reason I created these. Thank you for your comment.

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01/21/2013 1:45am

I hope you don't mind.. I LOVE these printables. I mean, love them.. but I had the idea last night of making them in that faux chalkboard effect.. so I copied your prints. I'm absolutely not going to sell them, and I've made sure to let anyone who sees them know that I got the idea from your site.. but anyway, I can email them to you if you like. I love how they turned out. I love both styles, really, and thanks so much for the free download.

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01/21/2013 10:02am

Thank you Erica! I'll check them out on your blog.

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Amaralis
01/21/2013 4:41am

me encanta q produscan estos mensajes en forma q podamos sacarlos para q las jovenes los puedan tener con ellas siempre los aprendan y los sigan...

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02/07/2013 12:38pm

¡Gracias!

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Dana
01/21/2013 7:39am

Absolutely beautiful!! Thank you for sharing your talent.

I will pin this too!

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01/21/2013 10:09am

Yay! Thank you.

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01/21/2013 8:45am

Wow these are gorgeous! It's been on my to do list to create cards like this for my kids and now I can print these. Thank you so much!

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01/21/2013 10:10am

That's great Amber, I'm so glad!

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tina
01/22/2013 2:24am

Hi Kaelie, i click through many websites on faith, frugal living, homeschooling, mommy-ing, etc. and yours is one that i stumbled upon the other day. The Articles of Faith printables are beautifully done. i am not Mormon but would like to set some of these, in our own faith tradition, around our home classroom for my children. Would you be willing to share with a very non geeky mother what font & program, etc. you used. i don't normally ask this sort of thing but i am so very moved by them. Thank you. And if you decide that you can't share this information, i completely understand. May God bless you & your efforts with the children always.

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01/22/2013 9:08am

Hi Tina, Thank you. The cursive is done in Adios and the sans serif is Univers. Those are both on the expensive side, so I would suggest using Helvetica if it came with your computer and Alex Brush (http://www.fontsquirrel.com/fonts/alex-brush). If you don't have Helvetica, try PT Sans (http://www.fontsquirrel.com/fonts/PT-Sans). All fonts on FontSquirrel.com are free and you don't have to worry about commercial licensing, it's my favorite font site. Good luck!

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Ash Miller
01/26/2013 10:46am

Thank you so much for the gorgeous A of F cards! I can't wait to laminate them & get years of use out of them :)

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01/26/2013 11:46am

That's wonderful, Ash, thank you for taking the time to comment.

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jen s
02/07/2013 11:42am

beautiful!! thank you so much for sharing with us!! I printed them out for my 8 year old, so she can start memorizing for faith in god. I just noticed that the 13th one is missing a line "we believe all things"... if you are able to fix that, i would looooove it!! thank you!!

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02/07/2013 12:37pm

Thank you Jen, I fixed it on the file a while ago but forgot to fix it on the slide show. Both are correct now. I'm so glad you are helping your 8 year old memorize the articles of faith - that is precisely why I created them. :)

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jen
02/07/2013 3:47pm

wow, you are super fast!! thank you so much!!

Angela R.
02/18/2013 7:05am

I love this!! I used your idea in our church bulletin. I have been printing one article of faith each week on the front of our bulletin. :)

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02/18/2013 11:20am

Thank you Angela, That's wonderful to hear. I've always wanted your calling. :)

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Jeanne
03/04/2013 2:20pm

LOVE these! Thanks for sharing. I just printed them out for fhe. Is there any way for me to change each one to an 81/2 by 11 size? I would love to display them in a frame and change them out each month!

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03/04/2013 3:22pm

Thank you Jeanne, These were created for 5x7 frames. You might be able to send them to the printer to have them resized though.

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Sylvia
03/06/2013 9:11pm

Amazing design. Beautifully done...in perfect keeping with the 13th Article of Faith!! {lovely...good report...praiseworthy}. I also love the fonts you've used and can't wait to use them!! Thank you so very much.

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03/06/2013 10:09pm

Thank you Sylvia! I'm so glad you like my work. :)

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Teresa Emmot
03/31/2013 6:28pm

I love these. going to include these in my children's quiet books for Church. question though... has anyone had any problems printing these considering they are PDF files vs JPEGs? thanks.... you are amazing!

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04/16/2013 9:54pm

Thank you Teresa! Not that I know of. If you are having problems, you can open the PDF in adobe and save it as a jpg. If you don't have adobe reader, you can download it here: http://get.adobe.com/reader/

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Gabby
04/14/2013 7:43pm

Thank you so much for these! We are teaching the 8-year-olds this year, and this would be such a lovely little gift for them. Just beautiful!

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04/16/2013 9:56pm

Thank you Gabby, I'm so happy to hear of the ways people are using these. That's really great.

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Natalie Townsend
10/27/2013 10:23am

Thank you so much for sharing your time and talents. You are a kind person:)

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10/27/2013 1:06pm

Thanks Natalie, you seem pretty nice yourself!

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01/09/2014 8:05am

These are perfect for my Activity Days kids! Thank you so much for sharing them with us! :)

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01/09/2014 10:07am

Thanks Jillian, glad you like them!

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Holly
01/09/2014 10:13am

is there a way to print these so each one is a full sheet of paper? this would help some of my children be able to read them better as they need glasses and we can not afford them.

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01/09/2014 10:23am

You can take them to the printer and have them sized up. They should be able to open the files and manipulate them as well.
Sorry to hear about your students needing glasses, that's unfortunate.
If the printer isn't able to help you, you might be able to find something more legible on sugardoodle.net.

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01/09/2014 10:33am

I just found some free sizable printables here http://courtneyaitken.blogspot.com/2013/07/i-had-someone-give-me-suggestion-other.html

Good luck!

Margaret J
01/09/2014 3:16pm

I saw this and was hoping for a one-page printable like the promo here:
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10152165601462037&set=a.196232832036.172154.194810092036&type=1&theater
Any chance of that? Thank you for sharing your beautiful work!

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01/09/2014 11:32pm

Hi Margaret,

Thank you for your interest.

That promo was created to illustrate the different articles. They are in frames the same way they are on the pdf. I did not intend to mislead you in anyway.

You can take them to a local copy shop or printer to have them resized.

If you google "Articles of Faith printables" you can find some great full page designs out there. I've linked to one in the previous comment I made in reply to Holly.

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    Purpose

    "To help boys and girls ages 8 through 11 live gospel principles, develop testimonies, build friendships, and prepare to receive the Aaronic Priesthood or become a righteous young woman."
    Faith in God Guidebook

    Basic Requirements

    An important part of faith in God is keeping your baptismal covenant and staying spiritually strong. To help you develop faith and resist temptation, do the following things:

    • Pray daily to Heavenly Father.
    • Read the scriptures regularly.
    • Keep the commandments and live “My Gospel Standards” 
    • Honor your parents and be kind to your family.
    • Pay your tithing and attend tithing settlement.
    • Attend sacrament meetings and Primary regularly.

    Other Requirements

    The following activities will help your understanding & testimony of the gospel grow:

    • Write your testimony.
    • Memorize the Articles of Faith and explain what they mean.
    • Complete activities in the guidebook 
    • Have an interview with a member of your bishopric or branch presidency.

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