Stand ye in Holy Places Temple Blocks

I already mentioned a few weeks back that the new theme at church for the Young Womens is: Stand ye in Holy Places. It’s such a great theme, and with the temple in mind I knew it would be great to edit all the “I’m Going There Someday” Temple Blocks to say: “Stand ye in Holy Places.” I’ve been slowly working on them over the last month and have actually had several requests during that time to add the new saying, so I knew it would be perfect! We are planning on making these Stand ye in Holy Places Temple Blocks for the Young Women for New Beginnings and are excited not only because they are easy and cheap, but it will also help for the young women to have a picture of the temple in their rooms. Hope you like them!!

Here is a list of the temple pictures we have edited:

Albuquerque, NM Temple

Atlanta, GA Temple

Billing, MT Temple

Boise, ID Temple

Bountiful, UT Temple

Brisbane, Australia Temple

Cardston Alberta Temple

Chicago, IL Temple

Columbia River, WA Temple

Columbus, OH Temple

Dallas, TX Temple

Denver, CO Temple

Detroit, MI Temple

Draper, UT Temple

Edmonton, Canada Temple

Frankfurt, Germany Temple

Fresno, CA Temple

Gila Valley, AZ Temple

Houston, TX Temple

Idaho Falls, Temple

Jordan River, UT Temple

Kansas City, MO Temple

Korea Temple

Laie, Hawaii Temple

Las Vegas, NV Temple

Lima, Peru Temple

Logan, UT Temple

London, ENG Temple

Los Angeles, CA Temple

Louisville, KY Temple

Lubbock, TX Temple

Manti, UT Temple

Medford, OR Temple

Memphis, TN Temple

Mesa, AZ Temple

Mt. Timpanogos, UT Temple

Nauvoo, IL Temple

Newport Beach, CA Temple

Oakland, CA Temple

Ogden, UT Temple

Oklahoma City, OK Temple

Oquirrh, UT Temple

Orlando, FL Temple

Portland, OR Temple

Provo, UT Temple

Redlands, CA Temple

Reno, NV Temple

Rexburg, ID Temple

Sacramento, CA Temple

Salt Lake City, UT Temple

San Antonio, TX Temple

San Diego, CA Temple

Seattle, WA Temple

Snowflake, AZ Temple

Spokane, WA Temple

St. George, UT Temple

St. Louis, MO Temple

Sydney, Australia Temple

Twin Falls, ID Temple

Vancouver BC, Canada Temple

TO DOWNLOAD:

Click on the image, click again and then right-click and SAVE. Then you can open it up in a program like WORD and can re-size it to the size you are wanting it to be.

Albuquerque, NM Temple

Atlanta, GA Temple

Billings, MT Temple

Boise, ID Temple

Bountiful, UT Temple

Brisbane, Australia Temple

Cardston Alberta Temple

Chicago, IL Temple

Columbia River, WA Temple

Columbus, OH Temple

Dallas, TX Temple

Denver, CO Temple

Detroit, MI Temple

Draper, UT Temple

Edmonton, Canada Temple

Frankfurt, Germany Temple

Fresno, CA Temple

Gila Valley, AZ Temple

Houston, TX Temple

Idaho Falls, Temple

Jordan River, UT Temple

 

Kansas City, MO Temple

Korea Temple

Laie, Hawaii Temple

Las Vegas, NV Temple

Lima, Peru Temple

Logan, UT Temple

London, ENG Temple

Los Angeles, CA Temple

Louisville, KY Temple

Lubbock, TX Temple

Manti, UT Temple

Medford, OR Temple

Memphis, TN Temple

Mesa, AZ Temple

Mt. Timpanogos, UT Temple

Nauvoo, IL Temple

Newport Beach, CA Temple

Oakland, CA Temple

Ogden, UT Temple

Oklahoma City, OK Temple

Oquirrh, UT Temple

Orlando, FL Temple

Portland, OR Temple

Provo, UT Temple

Redlands, CA Temple

Reno, NV Temple

Rexburg, ID Temple

Sacramento, CA Temple

Salt Lake City, UT Temple

San Antonio, TX Temple

San Diego, CA Temple

Seattle, WA Temple

Snowflake, AZ Temple

Spokane, WA Temple

St. George, UT Temple

St. Louis, MO Temple

Sydney, Australia Temple

Twin Falls, ID Temple

Vancouver BC, Canada Temple

PLEASE REMEMBER:

**These pics are NOT copyrighted, so feel free to use for personal use but

PLEASE DO NOT USE FOR PROFIT since this is a public collection

**Click HERE to go to link with the temple pictures with NO WORDS.

With the pic and a few other supplies, we were able to make a super cute craft that is adorable and affordable.

SUPPLIES:

-Wood
- 4.75 x 7 inches (1.5 in. thick)
-Paint -Sand Paper
-Temple Pic
-Mod Podge
-Rubbon & Tulle

INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Cut wood piece to 4.75 in. x 7 in. and paint.

2. When dry sand edges to distress.

3. Print out pic to 4×6 size on computer or take to Kinkos and have it laser printed for a better quality pic.

4. Mod Podge pic onto block centering a little more to the left.

5. Tie ribbon tulle on the right side.

Super cute and super easy!

For the Original LDS Temple Blocks go HERE.

For the Link to all the Temple pictures WITHOUT text go HERE.

For a tutorial on how to add text to pictures please go HERE.

ENJOY!

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  1. 2

    I love this, these are awesome!

  2. 3

    No one EVER has Louisville BUT YOU DO!!! I”m beyond excited about this one. Three cheers for you knowing Kentucky Exists! Thanks a bunch, really!
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  3. 4

    Love these! Thanks for sharing!
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  4. 5
    Yadira Guillen :

    You are on top of it!!! I was actually suggesting to my YW president if we could make these with the new Theme and give them as gifts in the New Beginning meeting. I was recently called as the YW 2nd counselor. I made these block for my family as Christmas gifts, but I edited the words to reflect For Time and all Eternity and the date that each couple was sealed. They turned out so cute. Thanks for doing this hard work for us. I am sure going to use the new temple picture with the new YW theme.

  5. 6

    Wow, Kristyn! What a lot of work. Thanks so much.

  6. 7

    Holy smokes! These are INCREDIBLE! I think I missed how you made them but THANKS! L.A. is my Temple – but I love San Diego and Logan too.
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  7. 8

    These are wonderful.., Albuquerque is our home but do you have one of the Vernal Utah Temple? My father was baptized there long before it was a temple and my son took out his endowment there. Thanks for these they will be great for our YW and YM.

  8. 9

    These are fantastic! Is there any way to get a photo of the Anchorage, Alaska Temple? I love the what you have done to the photos!

  9. 10

    Do you think this would work printed on transparent paper and attached to the glass blocks with the lights inside?

  10. 11

    THANK YOU FOR THE TUTORIAL. I DO WANT TO ASK WHAT TYPE OF PAPER YOU PRINT THE PICTURE ON. DO YOU USE PHOTO PAPER OR CARD STOCK?

    • 12

      I’ve used both and they both work fine. I think carstock is easier to mod podge and doesn’t bubble as easily though. :)

  11. 13

    Is there any way you could do one of the St. Paul Minnesota temple?? I would be so happy!!!

    • 14

      Oh, sorry I just want a plain one without text of the St. Paul Minnesota temple. You would just make my day if that were added!!!

  12. 15

    Thank you so much! This is so kind of you to share these!

  13. 16

    The twin falls temple picture is the wrong side of the temple …its not a picture of the front. would you be able to get a picture from the front? Preferably without people in it?

  14. 17

    Thank You for posting this idea I love it. Could you tell me how big the blocks are ? Thank You so much I love your web page!!!

  15. 18

    Hi! I love the many varieties of temples you have here, but want something with the natural color and no antiquing. Can you please email me the Denver CO and SLC temples without the antique effect? I really appreciate it!

  16. 19

    Do you have any pictures of the Brigham City Temple?

  17. 20

    Hi! Do you have any pictures of the Brigham City Temple?

  18. 21

    We just had some east coasters move into the ward and we’ve had requests for the Palmyra temple and the Manhattan Temple. Any chance you could make those?

  19. 22

    These are wonderful! Thank you for sharing your amazing ideas. I’d love to see the Boston temple included. If I have a picture, can I email it to you so it can be added to the list?

  20. 23

    Love this. You’re so right… It’s super easy and super cute. Can you do the Apia, Samoa temple please.

  21. 25

    Do you happen to have Nashville, Tennessee temple pic?

  22. 26

    Hi! These are so wonderful! We are doing these for our enrichment craft. Can I ask what font you used for the “Stand ye in Holy Places” pictures?

  23. 29
    Kristen Comfort :

    Hey there…would you be able to do the Nashville temple as well?! Thanks!

  24. 30

    Hi! We made your temple blocks in YW last year. Such an easy and fast idea! Thanks!! I was just wondering if you have a quick printable of the theme (like you had last year) that we could Mod Podge onto a block instead of the temple. Thanks so much!

  25. 31

    I tried printing the Houston TX temple pic at my local photo center; however, the size is too big to print as a 4×6 without cutting off the words or 1/2 of the temple. Any suggestions?? Thanks!


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