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How to make LDS Temple Blocks that are cute and made for a dollar!! Lots of temple pictures to choose from on { lilluna.com }

Awhile back I was at YW Presidency Meeting at a friend’s house and saw a cute little something on her entertainment center. As I got closer, I saw that it was a block with the temple on it with some cute little ribbon. I just loved it. It was an LDS Temple Block from her Mother-in-Law, and I asked if I could take a pic so I could “copy” it one day. Fast forward a few days and I was asked to teach an Enrichment in August about family, and I was told I could make it a craft (WOO HOO!). As I was trying to think of cute but inexpensive crafts, I thought of this temple pic. It just so happens, that my hubby went and took a pic of the temple and antiqued it for a Christmas Gift a few years back. With his magical skills, he added some text for me, and Voila:

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Mesa, AZ Temple

Since then (and with YOUR help) we’ve been able to antique a ton more temple pics.

Here is a complete list of the temple pics we have antiqued:

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, COΒ 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, UTΒ 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

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Albuquerque, NM Temple

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Atlanta, GA Temple

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Billings, MT Temple

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Boise, ID Temple

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Bountiful, UT Temple

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Brisbane, Australia Temple

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Cardston Alberta Temple

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Chicago, IL Temple

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Columbia River, WA Temple

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Columbus, OH Temple

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Dallas, TX Temple

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Denver, CO Temple

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Detroit, MI Temple

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Draper, UT Temple

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Edmonton, Canada Temple

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Frankfurt, Germany Temple

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Fresno, CA Temple

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Gila Valley, AZ Temple

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Houston, TX Temple

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Idaho Falls, Temple

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Jordan River, UT Temple

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Kansas City, Mo Temple

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Korea Temple

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Laie, Hawaii Temple

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Las Vegas, NV Temple

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Lima, Peru Temple

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Logan, UT Temple

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London, ENG Temple

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Los Angeles, CA Temple

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Louisville, KY Temple

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Lubbock, TX Temple

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Manti, UT Temple

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Medford, OR Temple

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Memphis, TN Temple

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Mesa, AZ Temple

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Mt. Timpanogos, UT Temple

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Nauvoo, IL Temple

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Newport Beach, CA Temple

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Oakland, CA Temple

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Ogden, UT Temple

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Oklahoma City, OK Temple

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Oquirrh, UT Temple

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Orlando, FL Temple

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Portland, OR Temple

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Provo, UT Temple

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Redlands, CA Temple

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Reno, NV Temple

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Rexburg, ID Temple

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Sacramento, CA Temple

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Salt Lake City, UT Temple

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San Antonio, TX Temple

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San Diego, CA Temple

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Seattle, WA Temple

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Snowflake, AZ Temple

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Spokane, WA Temple

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St. George, UT Temple

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St. Louis, MO Temple

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Sydney, Australia Temple

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Twin Falls, ID Temple

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Vancouver BC, Canada Temple

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**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.

** Click HERE to go to the temple pictures with “Stand ye in Holy Places”

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
-Ribbon & 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.

How to make LDS Temple Blocks that are cute and made for a dollar!! Lots of temple pictures to choose from on { lilluna.com }

Like I said, adorable, quick, and mostly affordable. The whole thing costs about $2 a block – not too shabby if I say so myself. This will just be ONE of the crafts we make for the August Enrichment, so check back for the other one next week. πŸ™‚

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  1. I am stopping by from the 733 link party, I love this idea! VERY cute and attractive especially with the b&w photo. I bookmarked this, I would love to do one similar with some place that my dh and I want to go someday! Thank you for the idea!

  2. I saw this on Ucreate, and I LOVE IT!!!! So gorgeous, any chance you're going to add Logan UT Temple? Love, love, love it!!! Thank you for the idea!!

  3. Okay, these are SO CUTE!!! I'm going to have to make a few, but wouldn't mind WINNING one!! I became a follower or your blog, became a fan on facebook, suggested your facebook page to friends, AND checked out your ETSY shop! CUTE stuff! My favorite item is the Our Family Forever board … SO CUTE! (I like the black πŸ™‚ ) Crossing my fingers for a win! :)–[email protected]

  4. I became a follower of your blog and I love the silk headbands on your etsy site! The temple block is such a cute idea…love it! Robin

  5. This may sound weird, but are you related to a girl named Lyndsay Call? I live in Mesa and she was in my ward and awhile ago we made these EXACT blocks for our YW's, it was her idea! I'm wondering if you know her or if she got the idea from you? Leave a comment on my blog, http://www.honeybearlane.com. Small world!

  6. So pretty! I can't believe I haven't found your blog before! :O) I'm going to try to find a picture of the Columbus OH temple. :O) It's just one of the little ones. I shouldn't say "just", but you know what I mean!! :O) Hopefully someone else sends you it, because my parents' house burnt down and all of my husband and my pictures were there. :O) Thanks for the tutorial

  7. these are gorgeous!! is there any way to get these WITHOUT the words? i'd like to make one for a wedding gift but without the words…. fantastic work!

  8. I am a new follower! and I liked you on FB. AND I checked out your etsy shop and can't wait to buy something from there! I added it to my fave's list. I love love love your purple and lavender rose earrings! Purple is my favorite!thanks for the giveaway!amiemiller02 at hotmail.com

  9. This is GORGEOUS! Thanks for sharing this beautiful idea and thanks to your hubby for making more temple pics!!! Like you on facebook. πŸ™‚

  10. This is sooo cool! Is there anyway you can find an LA Temple? This would be perfect for my mom, sister, and me (all married in the LA Temple).

  11. Hi there! These are amazing! Thank you and your hubby! I wanted to use these for 30-40 sisters in my ward if that is ok, for an upcoming lesson. I think I would print them out on vista prints' postcards. If you'd rather I don't, please send me an email: [email protected] and I won't. I'll be sure to credit your blog to the ladies. Thanks!

  12. I love this idea!! You have done a wonderful job with the pictures and texture. I am wondering if you have the temple pics with out the saying on it. I would love to do it as a craft for RS instead of for the YW. SO darling!!

  13. I love this idea!! You have done a wonderful job with the pictures and texture. I am wondering if you have the temple pics with out the saying on it. I would love to do it as a craft for RS instead of for the YW. SO darling!!

  14. I'm soooooo happy I found this! I was looking for ideas for our Super Saturday and this will be perfect!!! Any plans to do the Idaho Falls temple in the near future? It's the closest temple to us so I thought it would be perfect!Thanks a bunch!Jennifer

  15. Looks like I just found a ton of LDS bloggers through your comments. These are wonderful. We were looking for a craft for YW this week. I am the YW President. Tell hubby thanks, he's the bomb! Lovin it.

  16. Cute! hope you don't mind I post about this and your site on my blog today, Thanks for sharing this will make a cute V.T. handout for this month.

  17. I am so thankful for talented people like you… I wish to be just like you. I would love to give this with the VT message this month… do you have a pic of the St.George, UT Temple???

  18. LOVE this! Already have blocks cut out since I love to make picture blocks. So this will be easy now! Thanks for providing pictures of all the different temples!

  19. I love the temple block that you have made. I wish that you had the St George, UT temple though. I have also searched all the other projects that you have done and love all your ideas and work. Very talented!I have done the following to be entered into your drawing:*Become a Follower of Lil' Luna {1 ENTRY}*Like Lil' Luna on Facebook {1 ENTRY}*Add your button to my blog {2 ENTRIES}*Suggest Lil' Luna page to Friends on FB {2 ENTRIES}*Check out your ETSY SHOP. I love the Families Are Forever poem frame. {2 ENTRIES}[email protected]

  20. These are absolutely beautiful!!!! I would adore one for the Orlando temple…we were sealed in 2008 and our children already want to go back when we go to Disney in October!I completed #1, #2, #4, and #5 – I visited your Etsy shop and I love the Family sign and the chore chart equally!!

  21. What a great idea. Something to use for Young Women's or even Primary children, or just a unique gift to give. Especially for a Baptism. Thanks for sharing.

  22. Awesome! Thanks for sharing!! I'll have to go take a picture of the Houston Temple now so I can try this! maybe I'll attach some ribbon on the back too for hanging in my little girl's room. yay!

  23. We are so doing this for our Super Saturday. Can you tell me what font you used. I can make them myself and not bother you if you can let me know what the font was and where you got it. I can't seem to find one I like quite as much.Thanks so muchVanessaThe Sew*er, The Caker, The CopyCat Makerhttp://sewcakemake.blogspot.com

  24. I tried making these with my YW tonight and they were totally messed up! When we put thd Mod Podge on they started turning purple and green! From the ink? I printing them off of my printer like you said. How do you make them without them doing that?

  25. I tried making these with my YW tonight and they were totally messed up! When we put thd Mod Podge on they started turning purple and green! From the ink? I printing them off of my printer like you said. How do you make them without them doing that?

  26. I love this craft. One of the sisters in my ward wanted the Seattle, WA temple. I found a picture from a church website, which I believe can be copied. I was wondering how to antique it. I have photshop elements, but I can't get the lines in it. Can you tell me how, or can I forward you the picture? Thanks for your help. My email is [email protected] dot com Thanks Vera

  27. I just love this idea!!! I am in the YW Presidency and I am going to do this for my YW Christmas Gifts. I am going to figure out each of their favorites temple and do them. THANKS for the great idea!!!

  28. Oh my goodness! I love these temple blocks! I did all of the entries, your shope is too cute as well (the subway art is my favorite), I would love a Dallas, Texas temple one (thats the one we got married in) but I will totally go for the Vegas on cause that is the husbands favorite! Love your blog, I am glad I am now a follower!

  29. I came over from Sugardoodle because this craft was so adorable. Imagine my surprise when I discovered I could win one! I am following you on fb and your blog and I love your family glass frame vinyl letters from your etsy shop!! My email is [email protected]

  30. I'm so happy I could cry! We're going to do this for super Sat and I thought I'd have to do all the work… then I found this link and I'm in heaven… THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!

  31. I saved this from last year, thought I might have lost it! I am so excited. We are making these at girl's camp this year. These are amazing. I will email you on these.Jacqueline

  32. QUESTION: I would love to get the Salt Lake pic developed into a large wall pic. Will it work ok to just use one of these, or do I need to do anything special to the file for it to turn out well?

  33. My daughter just came home from camp with one of these temple blocks and I instantly knew where I had seen them. I had them on my to do list and now I want to make them even more! Love the temple additions.

  34. Did you use gloss or matte mod podge? How many of these blocks did you make and how much pod modge did you need? I am making these for an activity and need to get supplies. Thanks

  35. My sister has a temple block like this, and I wanted to copy it for my baby's room. I found this tutorial online and really love it! Thanks for the instructions and images!! I'll be checking your blog for more cute, fun ideas.

  36. Thank you for taking so much time to make these prints and offering them for free. I've been looking for a craft that we could do for an activity at no charge, and I think this would be perfect. This is so very much appreciated!

  37. I love this! The pictures are so pretty. The Young Women in our ward did this for an activity and it was a total success! I posted it on my bog with a link back to yours. I love your blog. You have darling ideas! Thanks for sharing your brilliant ideas!Suzy littlemisssuzyq.blogspot.com

  38. I am in LOVE with the pictures. A friend passed your blog on to me because we are doing this very thing in my Ward. Actually I'm in charge of it and have been scouring the net for pics. I have a question… we are making our pics 12×16 . When I tried to download to the Sam's site it said the resolution wasn't recommended. Can you help with this?

  39. I love this! I wanted the font and found one on Dafont.com called Scriptina that looks like it is the same. Thank you for the great idea. I’m making these for Christmas presents.

  40. Hi! What a gorgeous craft. I’m hoping to do these as Christmas gifts for people who have been married in the temple. Do you have the pics without the wording? I’m hoping for Salt Lake, Jordan River, and Timpanogos temples. Thanks in advance!

  41. When I save the Medford, OR; Rexburg, ID; and Spokane, WA; temples to my computer ….. it won’t let me open them. Is there a trick to this? All the other ones that I have saved work just fine. I am 1st Counselor in YW and we are going to make these Temple Blocks for the YW for their birthdays in 2012. THANK you for sharing!

  42. I am looking for the Fort Lauderdale Temple and also Logan – please let me know if you could possibly do these two!
    Thank you!
    Karen

  43. just happened upon this post via pinterest. this is awesome! i’m so glad i found it. and your blog too! thank you!!! will repin for all my friends, they’ll love it.

  44. Thanks so much for this tutorial. We’re going to make these for the YW for their birthdays this year. I actually made them vertical because out of all the pics we had of the Boston Temple we liked one that was vertical best. It still turns out way cute. I can send you a pic if you like. Thanks again!!

  45. Do you have any pictures of the Billings, MT temple. I would love to make these for my young women girls for their birthdays this year. Thanks, Kelli

  46. Can you make this with picture paper?? I ordered pictures from shutterfly to do this without reading carefully that you used inkjet regular paper!! Silly me!!

    1. Picture paper should be work fine as well. It was just cheaper to print on regular paper, but photo paper should work. Let me know how it goes. πŸ™‚

      1. I made 2 one small and one bigger. They both came out well. I wouldn’t recommend touching the photo paper until dry. I had one little scratch from my nail and the color came off. But it was so small I took a marker and fixed it. No one can tell! thanks for all you do!!

  47. You should include a list (without pictures) of the temples for people who are using this project for Relief Society activities. I just spent a long time copying and pasting all of the temples so we could have people sign up. Here is my typed list if you want to use it or I can email it to you.
    Temple Block Temples
    Albuquerque, NM Temple
    Atlanta, GA 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
    Frankfurt, Germany Temple
    Fresno, CA Temple
    Gila Valley, AZ Temple
    Idaho Falls, Temple
    Jordan River, UT Temple
    Korea Temple
    Laie, Hawaii Temple
    Las Vegas, NV Temple
    Lima, Peru Temple
    Logan, UT Temple
    Louisville, KY Temple
    Lubbock, TX Temple
    Manti, UT Temple
    Medford, OR Temple
    Mesa, AZ Temple
    Mt. Timpanogos, UT Temple
    Nauvoo, IL 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
    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
    Washington DC Temple

    1. Hi. These are so gorgeous. Do you have one of the Gilbert Arizona Temple??? If so I’d really like one. My little one is getting baptized and thought this would be a neat gift for her. Thanks!

      1. Not yet, Iris. Once the temple is built we will take pics and antique them… right now there are only artist renditions of the temple and we have to have their permission to edit their pics.

  48. This is such a fun idea! I love it!! My sister is on a mission in Guatemala and I would love to make one for her of the Guatemala temple to have when she gets back. Any chance you’ll be posting a picture of the Guatemala Temple in the future?

  49. Do you have the Palmyra New York Temple? We are thinking of doing this for a RS activity in 2 weeks. If I got you a picture, how long would it take to have it antiqued so I could use it?? Is that a possibility? I just need to find one without people in it =)

    1. Hey Danica,

      Did you get a picture? I’m doing this activity for RS this week, and one of the ladies served a mission at the Palmyra Temple and would love to do the craft with that picture. Would you be willing to send me the antiqued picture if you got it?

      Kat (katgille [at] hotmail [dot] com)

  50. My little sister is gonna be 12 soon and I think this wud b a cute birthday gift for her πŸ™‚ ….but where do u find the wood block?

    1. Hi Candace!! The wood can be found at Home Depot or Lowe’s. It was a longer piece that we cut down to use. If you don’t want to do the wood, you could always print it and put it in a cute wood frame that you painted to match her room – just an idea. πŸ™‚

  51. Hi! We are doing these for our Super Saturday in September and I wanted to think you for all your hard work and for the great inexpensive idea.! I was going to print out the Salt Lake Temple to make a demo for sign ups but for some reason its listed but the picture is not above it.. Is it still available? Thanks.

  52. Just curious if anyone has sent in a copy of our new Brigham City Temple? I LOVE this! Amazingly beautiful! If you have a photo you might be working on already, great! If not, let me know…. I’ll see if we can get one sent in. Does it have to be black and white or colored?

  53. Thanks! I saw something like this in my mom’s ward in Las Vegas. I was so jealous and now, with your help, I have the means to create one for myself. THANK YOU!

  54. This is so cute! Thanks for all of the pictures. I don’t know if someone else has mentioned this- I didn’t read all of the comments. But the Houston Temple pic up there isn’t the Houston Temple. Just thought I’d bring that to your attention πŸ™‚

  55. Hey, I see that the Salt Lake City temple isn’t on this site. Is that one that you can email me? We live on Guam and I just got called to be the Additional meeting coordinator with a big fat Super Saturday in 2 weeks. I love this simple craft and can get most of the items that I need so that we can do this as our craft but I have a couple families that have requested the Salt Lake temple. Any help would be appreciated.

    Sincerely,
    Christina

  56. Could I please get a blank picture of the Mesa, AZ temple. I would like to use it for next year young women theme. Thank you Anne

  57. A big, huge, gigantic, thank you! Thanks to you and your husband for sharing your creativity. I am making handouts for YW in Excellence, you’ve make the process so incredibly easy. I’m taking a stab at the Arise and Shine Forth blocks…..but I’m loving the temple blocks too! Your work is appreciated!!

  58. Hey I was wondering if you have an antiqued picture of the Los Angeles temple. Your list at the beginning of the blog says you have antiqued the Los Angeles temple, but I can’t seem to find the picture. If you could get back to me I would greatly appreciate it. I am hoping to make them for the YW in my ward.

    Jennalyn

  59. I LOVE this idea. Is it possible to get a picture of the Columbia, SC Temple? I would love to do this as a craft for girls camp this year. Thank you so much for sharing.

  60. I like the Temple blocks. It would be great to have the choose of the picture with the saying “Families are for Ever”. My niece was sealed in the Seattle Temple and I thought it would be a nice little gift to give her family.

  61. I’d like to make a block of the Houston, TX temple, but the photo is not the correct temple. Just wondering if you would have time to antique and re-post that temple? Great idea – so excited to make a few!!

    1. Just noting that in the “Stand Ye in Holy Places” link the Houston picture is correct, but I’d like to use the “I’m going there someday” Houston picture., and its not correct there. Sorry to be a bother.

    1. I printed on plain paper but you can do either. I just recommend getting it laser-printed so if you want to add a layer of mod podge on top it won’t smear. πŸ™‚

  62. “I’m going there someday” blocks are adorable! Is there anyway to add Brigham City, UT temple to your list? It would be a perfect craft for our young women!

  63. I made one for the Manhattan temple. I live in New York, it turned out great. I can send you the file if you want.

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  65. I was wondering where you got the prints! I have been looking to have one from the Madrid Spain one, but just can’t find it!

  66. By chance have you added any more temples to your collection? I am in search of the Monticello, Utah temple! I will be marrying there next year and would love to have this for our home!

  67. Hi,
    Do you have the Gilbert Arizona Temple? I am hoping you will have it before this Friday, I hope, I hope…please, please, please. Thank you.

  68. I just wanted to thank you for this tutorial! I know you posted it forever ago but we just made a couple of these for our daughters, each one got the temple from where they were born and they turned out gorgeous!! Thanks so much. πŸ™‚

    1. Thanks for stopping by, Bethany. I’m so glad you were able to use this tutorial. I hope your girls enjoy them. πŸ™‚

  69. I love this idea! I actually used the picture of the Portland temple for an invitation to our temple prep class, it was so cute! So naturally when my mom mentioned that she would like to give a small gift to the young women she has been working with as part of her mission in the Dominican Republic, I thought of you! I wonder, if we sent you a picture, would it be possible for you to do this for the Santo Domingo temple? I don’t know how difficult the process is, but I thought it couldn’t hurt to ask! My parents are finished with their mission the beginning of October, so if you could let me know quickly one way or the other that would be awesome. Thanks for being so crafty and sharing your ideas, I love your blog!

  70. Hello! We’re doing this at our ward Super Saturday and I have a sister that wants to use a Raleigh, North Carolina Temple. Do you have that image or know where I can get it? That would be awesome. My email is [email protected]. Thanks!

  71. I like the font you used for “I’m Going There Someday…” Could you tell me the name of the font and if it is available for download?

    1. Yes, it’s called SCRIPTINA… if you type in “Scriptina font” in google several places will show up where you can download it for free. πŸ™‚

  72. I made this a year ago (using and 8×10 canvas I found at Hobby Lobby for 2$ instead of a wood block – just easier for me) and it is so cute. We are now doing this for enrichment and I have had so many ladies excited about it. I am so glad this is still up and I was able to find it again. Thank you for sharing all the temple pictures!

  73. By any chance would have a Brigham City temple available or are you working on one? We are making these as our Christmas gift for our young women and we have 2 girls that have a special connection with this temple. We will be putting these together in the next few weeks.

  74. We have just recently moved to Minnesota and would love to do this in activity days, but there isn’t an image of the St. Paul/Oakdale MN temple.is there anyway I could get one so we can do this activity?

  75. Hi! I know you did this so long ago but my girls would love the Raleigh temple! Are you still making new ones? Thanks so much!

  76. THANK YOU for this, Luna !

    This is fantastic, and thanks for the link !

    The only difficulty I found was that the Houston Temple picture is actually a picture of the Auckland, NZ temple. πŸ™

  77. It is so fun with I come across your website when I am searching for something. I really want to know the font you are using on the temple pictures.. I love it!! Thanks Emily πŸ™‚

  78. Love these temple blocks!! Do you have the new Gilbert Temple? I would love to do these with my Activity Day Girls with the new temple since they will all be going to the open house in the next few weeks.

  79. Kristyn, I’m an Activity Days leader in my ward and I’m SO excited for this month’s activities! My theme is “Testimonies, Temples & Tiaras”! We’ll be making your darling temple blocks at our second activity this month. I probably haven’t dug deep enough to find details but I’m wondering if you mounted the picture to the block with adhesive only or if you actually finished the block with a modge podge like finish over the top. We have 25 girls and 1 hour!!!! Just trying to negotiate prep and ready time vs actual activity time. Thanks so much!!

    1. These are gorgeous! I’ve printed a bunch of different temples beautifully for my activity day girls except the Idaho Falls Temple. If I print a 4×6 it cuts off “I’m going”. Is there anyway you can help me with this by lowering the words ASAP? It’s Monday night and our activity is Wednesday. LOL, Thank you so much!!!

      1. Karen, I did my activity last week and it was a smashing success! The girls had such fun painting and crafting their blocks. We ended up just using modge podge as the glue to adhere the picture to the block. We didn’t have the time to modge podge over the tops to seal the picture completely to the block. It still turned out darling. As for your concern, If you use your snipping tool on your pc to copy and save the picture, this will allow you to resize the picture so your wording isn’t cut off. There’s more at the bottom than the top of the picture so by “cropping” the picture with the snipping tool, you should be able to print this off with out any problems of losing the wording. Hope this is helpful. Hope your activity is awesome too! πŸ™‚

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      1. These are amazing! Thank you for sharing! Just wondering if you happen to have one for Gilbert or Phoenix yet? If not, Mesa works:) Again, thanks!

  81. Hi just wondering if you have the Phoenix temple? It is completely built, but the open house isnt until mid October. I’m wanting to make some at an Enrichment night right around the same time. Would you be able to have any then? Thx!

      1. I live very close to it. If I take a picture this week, how should I submit it? Would you be able to have it ready in a few weeks? Do I have to have a special camera or any picture will be fine? Thanks!

  82. Hi! Thanks so much for doing these temple pics — we are using them in our ward and SO glad we could find them. However, one of our ladies wanted the Memphis Temple with “Standing Ye in Holy Places” on it, and I can’t find that picture on your site — there’s a spot for it, but no picture. The only picture I can find of the Memphis temple has no words on it. Is it possible to email that to me?
    Thanks!!
    M. Thomson

  83. We are doing these blocks for our YW this year. We live in the Ogden area and are wondering if you have the new Ogden temple with I’m going there someday.

  84. Wow! Beautiful! I was wondering if you would be able to do an “updated” one of the Boise temple, since it was remodeled in 2012? Please let me know πŸ™‚

  85. I just want to Thank You for your site, these Temple Blocks are AWESOME!
    I really appreciate for handwork, time and effort.
    Thank you also for making these free to use.

  86. I love this! Any chance you’ll be adding a picture of the Stockholm Sweden Temple? I have an exchange student and would love to have her have a picture of her own temple!

  87. I love these projects! You have a great collection of temples….one mistake…the temple you have listed as the Houston, TX temple is incorrect (note the flag in the photo is British I think??) I just moved to Houston and wanted to make this craft for my girls’ room. Hope you can work your magic with an actual Houston TX temple photo and I would be interested to know what the temple currently listed as Houston actually is.
    THANKS again!!

    1. I just clicked on the link to the temple picts with no words and found the correct pict of Houston, TX…so it’s just the pict that has the words.
      Thanks a bunch for compiling all of these! What a blessing for so many crafters!!

  88. Oh, my! I have made these Temples for my Mesa Activity Day girls for 2 years now. I never knew they were to be credited to you! I just grabbed a copy of a friends who got it from a friend in Mesa! I wanted to tell you what I did, I took my sweet activity day girls from their sweet dreams one early November morning and went to the Mesa Temple for a PJ picture in front of the Temple. We ate breakfast at the nearby Denny’s next. The girls loved it! Then I “glued” their pictures to one side of the block and they “glued” the Temple to the other. Cutest thing! They were looking at the Temple all lined up in a row and I snapped the picture! DARLING. Thank you!

  89. Hi!
    I can’t wait to make these with our Young Women here in Little Rock, Arkansas! When I asked all the girls what their favorite temple was and one said the Washington, DC temple. Is there any way I can get that temple? Thank you!!
    Sincerely, Jen

  90. I love these! I really want to make one and possibly use it for a Relief Society activity next month. I’m in New Zealand and the photo you have as Houston Tx temple (with writing) looks exactly like our temple here in Hamilton. I’d really appreciate a copy of that picture without the writing if you could possibly send it to me? Please?! I had a look at the photos you posted without the writing and that picture isn’t there. I wouldn’t usually ask, but I love your idea. Thank you either way!

  91. Im not sure if you are still doing this, but we would like to make these with the Activity days girls and Im looking for the Payson Ut temple. would you or anyone else be able to make one or give me some ideas to make one’

    1. I have the Provo temple, but I’m assuming that’s a different one? There are so many temples in Utah..hard to keep track! I need to have my designer make up some new ones.

  92. I’m trying to print these off for a YW activity and when I upload them to or try to print them as a 4X6 most of the picture is being cut off. Any suggestions???

  93. Hello! I love this idea and would love to do it with my Activity Day Girls. We are in Meridian Idaho, and because the Meridian Idaho Temple dedication is this November, I thought this would be a great activity for November. Is there any chance you could make a Meridian Idaho Temple picture in the next month so we could do that? We would be so super grateful! Thanks.

  94. Hey, I commented a bit ago about wanting one for the Meridian Idaho Temple, and you replied that at this time you wouldn’t be doing more. So I made one with my limited Adobe photoshop skills, but it turned out great, and I did use one of your photos here to get the words to have the font just right and all. Only, mind doesn’t look as antique-y as yours, but let me know if you’d like me to send you a copy to include on here for others to have. Thanks!

  95. Hi! Your Houston Temple picture is wrong. I don’t know what temple it is, but it’s not Houston. Could you possibly update this? I’m in charge of crafts at girls camp and I think it would be great to make these, but Houston is our temple. Right now it has an even greater meaning to us since it is closed because it flooded during Harvey. I greatly miss it! Thanks!

  96. I really love these pictures you have done of the temples. Could you do one of these lovely pictures for the Fort Collins, CO temple?