What I Designed Today…er, in late May: Article of Faith #4 for Ben’s Baptism Program

Ben’s baptism was a rushed one. We had a small crowd for our last baptism but it was beautiful. He is such a one-of-a-kind kid. He chose the 4th Article of Faith for his favorite “scripture” and so I quickly typed it up a little bit prettier than average for the program. I am offering it here as a FREE download for your personal and church use, should anyone be so inclined.

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22 thoughts on “What I Designed Today…er, in late May: Article of Faith #4 for Ben’s Baptism Program

  1. I just saw this – I’m happy to send this to you. Do you want the program in Adobe InDesign or the 4th Article of Faith which is in Adobe Illustrator? Happy to share…you’ll need the fonts, though, to be able to edit the original files and I think I use Bickham Script Pro which is a relatively expensive font.

  2. The original file for the 4th article of faith graphic (if you’d like to edit it) is in Adobe Illustrator CS5. I’m happy to share it with you if you’d like but you’d need the fonts, etc., in order to edit any of the text…The file for the baptismal program is in Adobe InDesign and I’m happy to send that too but you’d need to find and install the right fonts, etc., to get it to look exactly the same as mine.

  3. The original file for the 4th article of faith graphic (if you’d like to edit it) is in Adobe Illustrator CS5. I’m happy to share it with you if you’d like but you’d need the fonts, etc., in order to edit any of the text…The file for the baptismal program is in Adobe InDesign and I’m happy to send that too but you’d need to find and install the right fonts, etc., to get it to look exactly the same as mine.

  4. My husband is the ward mission leader and I get to do the programs. I don’t have Adobe or anything other than what comes with Excel or MS Word. I do like the wording and lay out of the program. Can you save and share in Word formatting? I love the AofF, but more concerned with the rest for now.

  5. Sorry to say that Adobe products don’t convert to Word or Excel very well — I could send a picture (pdf) of the document, but then you wouldn’t be able to customize or change anything. They’re just apples and oranges as far as software goes. It would take hours and hours to recreate it in Word…and I don’t work in Word very well.

  6. I’m happy to email you any files – just want to be sure you know they are all Adobe products: InDesign and/or Illustrator files, mostly. Some people can’t use them and are expecting Word so I wanted to be sure you knew, that is, IF you still want them. Also, your fonts will be different but you can match them closely…

  7. Sorry to say that Adobe products don’t convert to Word or Excel very well — I could send a picture (pdf) of the document, but then you wouldn’t be able to customize or change anything. They’re just apples and oranges as far as software goes. It would take hours and hours to recreate it in Word…and I don’t work in Word very well.

  8. I love this! My son is getting baptized this Saturday, would it be possible to get a version to edit soon? I have Adobe products (Illustrator and Photoshop). Thank you so much!

  9. Been so busy with the holidays I just saw this! I’m sure whatever you designed turned out wonderful!! These are not in editable files unless you have Adobe pro products like Illustrator, Photoshop and InDesign.

  10. The file is in Adobe Creative Suite. You won’t be able to edit it if I send it to you unless you have Adobe InDesign and Illustrator (and the proper fonts).

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