Print your free LDS Baptism gift tags
Update: I’ve added three more tags to this all-in-one printable. See below for more info. These baptism gift tags are a great way to help your child understand the importance of this big day. It’s the perfect way to help them feel special and focus on the why. So print your free LDS baptism gift tags today!
So, as members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, we believe that children can choose to become members of our church at the age of accountability which is eight years old. My son, Tim, made the decision to be baptized and we wanted to make sure he understood the significance of this decision. These baptism gift tags explain in a fun way what he is committing to do. Check it out.
Download your LDS baptism gift tags
I have designed 12 different baptism gift tags. You can use one or all of them. Whatever you want to do. Download the PDF by clicking on the link below.
Gather your gift basket supplies
You can make the basket as elaborate or as simple as you would like. Each of the tags corresponds with a specific item in the basket as follows:
- Pack of gum = Chews the right
- Gummie Life Savers = You can be a life save when you serve others
- Gummy Bears = Don’t forget to bear the name of Jesus Christ
- Pillow case or pillow = Pray every time your head hits the pillow
- Bookmark or scriptures = Read your scriptures every day
- Erasers = You can always repent and erase your mistakes
- Blanket = The Holy Ghost can comfort you like a warm blanket
- Flashlight = Let the Holy Ghost light the way in your life
- Swedish Fish = You are o-fish-ally a member of the church
- Powdered donuts = Donut forget to pray
- Scripture marking pens = Scriptures can be remarkable in your life
- Pop Rocks = Getting baptized rocks
Assemble your gift basket
Cut out each of the gift tags with a paper cutter or scissors. Then punch a hole in each one. I wrapped a yellow ribbon around each gift and then attached the baptism gift tags to each one.
My son was super excited to see the variety of gifts in the basket. He couldn’t believe everything in the basket was for him.
I added some crumpled tissue paper to the bottom of a cute basket and then added all of the different gifts. I gave my son the basket right before his baptism and read each tag to him. He loved it.
Tim’s baptism ended up being so memorable. I know he felt so special that day and I am so proud of him for making this important decision.
Here’s a link to download the baptism gift tags one more time in case you missed it:
What other ideas do you have for making your child’s baptism day a special one? Leave your comments below
Related link: Free family prayer chart