Flannel Board Stories

In 2007 I was asked to start a Family Home Evening Enrichment group at church. We met once a month and put together family home evening lessons. It was loads of fun but also loads of work.

One of the projects I tackled was coloring most of the flannel board stories that have been published in The Friend magazine over the years. I've decided to start sharing them online so whoever wants to use them can benefit from them as well. All of the stories both texts and pictures are property of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. They are free online for use in your home or at church. They are however in only black and white drawings. So I used my paint program to color them on the computer. I will post three stories a week until they are all posted. Each one will be in a different post and will be linked here creating a master link list to all of them.

If you prefer to color your own I will also provide the link to the original flannel board story in each post. Or you can visit The Activity Closet for a master link list to all the original stories. Saves time trying to do a search on the church website.

I have upload these flannel board stories as zip files. Click on each link to be taken to the 4shared download site. If you want all of the stories instead of just a few these zip files are the way to go!

Book Of Mormon Flannel Board Stories

Church History/Other Topics Flannel Board Stories

New Testament Flannel Board Stories

Old Testament Flannel Board Stories

UPDATED 12/31/2013:  Below are the links for the zip files hosted on dropbox. Some people have been having trouble with the 4shared site. Hopefully this makes the files more accessible for everyone. These are large files so it will take a while to download. You DO NOT need to download any extra software or have a dropbox account to access these.

Book of Mormon Flannel Board Stories

Church History and Other Topics Flannel Board Stories

New Testament Flannel Board Stories

Old Testament Flannel Board Stories



Usually I print the stories out on cardstock, laminate them, then stick the hook part of sticky backed velcro on the back of each piece. Sarah at a little of this, a little of that has written a wonderful tutorial on how to make your flannel board story pieces out of fabric. You can read it here, Felt Figure Fun. (thanks, Sarah!)

Enjoy!

Old Testament Stories

Abraham Covenants With the Lord
The Creation
Daniel and King Nebuchadnezzar
Enoch Builds Zion
Esther Saves Her People
Isaiah Prophesies of the Savior
Jonah & the Whale
Joseph "Holds to the Iron Rod"
Josiah Believer in the Scriptures
Moses Teaches His People

New Testament Stories

Baptism of Jesus Christ
Calling of the Twelve Apostles
Christ's Life on Earth
The Good Samaritan
The Good Shepherd
Jesus Christ Heals a Blind Man
Jesus Christ Will Come Again
The Good ShepherdThe Last Supper
Our Savior and Redeemer
Saul's Conversion
Special Witnesses - The Apostles
The Wise Man & The Foolish Man



Book of Mormon Stories

Alma Teaches & Baptizes
Ammon's Example
Army of Helaman
The Brother of Jared Sees Jesus
Captain Moroni
Covenants at the Waters of Mormon
Enos and the Power of Prayer
Jacob and Sherem
Jesus Christ Comes to America
King Benjamin
Lehi Obeys God
Moroni Writes of God's Marvelous Works
Nephi Obtains the Plates
The Nephite Disciples Baptize
The Nephites Learn of the Sacrament
Samuel the Lamanite
Stripling Warriors

Church History and Other Topics

Baptism (Age of Accountability)
His Servants The Prophets
The Holy Ghost Will Help Me
Joseph Smith & the Book of Mormon
Joseph Smith's First Vision
Plain Words About Baptism
Priesthood Blessings
The Resurrected Christ Teaches About Baptism
The Sacrament


124 comments :

  1. This is so great! Thanks for sharing, I look forward to increasing my flannel board library.

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  2. Thanks for doing all the work and putting them all in one place. I will check back often to see what new ones you have added.

    Thanks!

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  3. umm so do I get these for Christmas? Hee. I ran out of ink on my printer printing all the file folders stuff you sent me. :-D Soo cool.

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  4. You are so talented! Many families will benefit from your hard work ... mine already does :) !!

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  5. We are interested in starting a similar enrichment group in our ward. These stories are GREAT! Any other quick ideas/tips for a monthly FHE group?

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  6. Oooh, thanks for the great links! I was involved in a FHE group about 8 years ago, and now my kids love going through the file drawer and choosing a topic/lesson for that week.

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  7. You are awesome!!! Thank you for doing this.

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  8. These are great. And you have saved me alot of searching and coloring. My lesson on Sunday wil be much easier to prepare. Thank you for sharing.

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  9. These are so awesome! I can't wait to make a flannel board! I also want to make a farm animal scene for the EI EI O song. Do you know where I can find animals?

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  10. I am so grateful for all your hard work in coloring the flannel board stories! I have been wanting to prepare more flannel stories but dreading coloring them all. I was thrilled to find your blog! Thanks so much!

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  11. Thanks so much for sharing the colored versions of these stories. I just posted a link to your blog on the ldsnursery yahoogroup. These stories are great for nursery as well as FHE.

    Thanks again for sharing!
    kayla

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  12. Thank you for doing all this work...my kids will love it, hopefully as much as I do :)
    Thanks again!!!

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  13. Thanks for doing these. I can't wait to use them during family home evening & Sunbeams. Thanks! Katie

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  14. I was just doing a search on google to hopefully find some ideas for FHE tonight for our 3 yr old. This is so great! thanks for sharing all your work! I'll have to print lots off :)

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  15. I love this! I printed mine off on printable iron on transfer paper, and then ironed them right onto felt. Now I have fabulous looking felt figures for FHE. Thanks for all the work you put into this!

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  16. There is a really simple way to get around the file size limitation on Blogger. Google also has a free website program called Google Pages. You can set a page for free, post files of any size, and then make a link on your blogger site. Hope that helps.

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  17. Thank you I am a nursery leader and I looked for hours for the wise man and the foolish man for song props.

    Kelli

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  18. Cocoa, these are wonderful. I love that you've also given the link to the originals. I'm trading piano lessons for finished flannel board pieces right now, and I would really struggle with where to get the blank pictures from without your hard work. The young man who's taking the lessons loves it, and it's just working so beautifully!

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  19. We don't know each other but I wanted to thank you for posting these. I will be back periodically to print them off. You're a saint!

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  20. Hi you wonderful person! I found your blog while googling flannelboard stories and cannot tell you how fun this was to find! One of your other comments mentioned Christmas presents, and now I have the perfect idea to give my grandkids. Thanks so much for sharing this!!!!! Oh and by the way, my sister describes herself as 'an unrepentant chocoholic.' haha... I guess great minds think alike :-)

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  21. What program do you use to do your coloring? I have been searching for one for quite a while. Thanks for your help!!

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  22. Karla.

    I use Photoshop Elements to do all the coloring. My sister-in-law just uses the basic paint program that comes with all computers to do coloring for her file folder games.

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  23. I've been linked to your site for a long time. Imagine my surprise, when I searched for free FHE resourcs to download for my grandchildren, and up pops my favorite chocolate friend. thank you for doing this amazing thing for our community.

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  24. I was searching for flannel board figures via google and HOPING that I could find some Church-related material, but not have to color it. What a treasure trove this is! Thanks!

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  25. Wow, I've been looking for something like this for a while. Thanks so much!

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  26. Story Time Felts has all kinds of pre-made flannel board stories (Book of Mormon as well as just play time or educational felts) at http://www.funfelt.com in case people want to just get some ready to go! They also come with lessons and activity ideas!

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  27. This is so cool. That is a lot of work and you did a fanatastic job. Thanks for sharing with us.

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  28. Thank you, thank you! I spent forever coloring in the story of Daniel last Saturday for sharing time on Sunday...it looked terrible. You should never watch Jack Black in School of Rock and color scripture flannel board stories at the same time. Now I've gotcha bookmarked!

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  29. I just came across your blog on accident and boy I am so glad I did. WOW! You really have put a lot of hard work into your blog. Thank you for sharing it and for all of your hard work! I just love everything you have on here and have taken full advantage of it! THANK YOU!

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  30. I love your site! I especially love the flannel board stories that you have colored! They are wonderful! I am struggling trying to print off the creation story in color. It cuts off part of the earth image and it also cuts off the legs of adam and eve. I've adjusted the margins and it hasn't helped. I've had great success printing out all of the other stories. Any suggestions on how to get them printed out fully? Thanks.

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  31. Sergio,

    I'm glad the flannel board stories are of use to you! As for the Creation figures Adam and Eve's feet are not all there in the Friend Magazine either. They are cut off about half way. The earth also has a bit cut off in the image I got from the Friend Magazine. The only solution I can think of is to draw in what's cut off before laminating them. Sorry, that's not much help!

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  32. Just found out about your blog and LOVE this- I got the materials for a flannel board today and can't wait to start it! I appreciate your hard work!

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  33. I want to shed tears I am so grateful! I have 5 kids, ages 9, 7, 6 & 15 mo. old twins & I am desperate for quick FHE ideas that my kids will enjoy & I know these will be easy & enjoyable for us. Thank you for being so generous with your time & your resources!

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  34. Oh my goodness!! I don't know you, but a friend's blog shared a link to yours. Thank you so much for sharing your hard work!!!

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  35. These are amazing. I never thought I could ind all these in one place. Thanks so much for helping me start a flannel board library! I dont have kids yet, but I thought I'd get these started while I have time to do it. :)

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  36. Wow you are amazing. I can't remember how I found your site but I'm so glad I did! I can't wait to start teaching my kids the scripture stories with these lessons! Thank you thank you thank you!!!

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  37. I have a question for you about printing these pictures out. I am unable to click on each individual picture; I can only click on the whole sheet of pictures, and then when I try to print out that sheet it is slightly fuzzy. Any ideas for troubleshooting?

    By the way, these are absolutely amazing and I plan on printing out ALL of them once I figure out how! :-)

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  38. The pictures don't print individually - just on the whole sheet as that's how they were in The Friend. The fuzziness is a result of the darn internet and my not knowing exactly the best way to upload them without losing quality.

    If you'd like I can send you 2 CD's that will have all of the flannel board stories on them. They will print off better than off the internet. The CD's are free. ☺ E-mail me your address at chocolateonmycranium [at] live [dot] com and put flannel board stories in the subject so I know it's not spam.

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  39. Can't even tell you how amazing this is! We are wanting to do flannel boards for the Primary and this is PERFECT! thank you so much for ALL that work!

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  40. I just wanted to thank you so much for posting these. I have been trying to do family home evening stories for my kids and it has taken me a year to color by hand and I am not even close to getting done. Your work has saved me a ton of time. Thank you so much you are awesome!!!

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  41. This is great! I'm working on getting my Young Womanhood Award as an adult and wanted to do the flannel board stories as a project. I'm so glad I found your site! It's made it a lot easier than I thought it would be. Thanks a ton!!

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  42. Thank you! If sharing this with us doesn't secure you a place in heaven I don't know what will. :-)

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  43. I know you've heard this a thousand times, but you are amazing and thank you, thank you, thank you!!!

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  44. Thank you so much for sharing!! Such a great resource that I am able to use in my Primary calling and with my grandchildren! Your generosity is blessing many lives! :)

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  45. We finally got into a routine of doing fhe every week but needed help with the lessons. These are great! Thanks! I've already told other friends about your site and they love it too!

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  46. Just one question. Once you laminate them what do you put on the back to make them stick to the flannel board? I have some other flannel board pictures I printed out and I put felt on the back, but it doesn't stay very well, what do you use?

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  47. Sheena,

    I use the sticky back velcro (the hook part). They stick much better. I have heard, but haven't tried it, that one can print them out on some thinner pellon (a type of crafting interfacing) and they'll stick right to a flannel board.

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  48. This is great! Thanks for doing all this work. I'm posting a link to this on my "Projects I want to do" link on my blog...www.helpinglittlehands.blogspot.com. - Polly :)

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  49. you are amazing! thank you so much for posting these. After October's conference, I'm all energized and I want to start FHE with my two small boys. These will be such a huge help.

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  50. This is fantastic! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  51. Thanks so much for sharing! This is fantastic!

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  52. First - thank you for all that you have offered to us all - I just started a blog to do what you have done here, perhaps I will not have to create ALL the lessons I use for my family myself thought now that I have found YOU. Second - I LOVE that proverb - most things are better when connected to chocolate!

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  53. Thank you so much! This has been such an awesome resource for my Sharing Time!!!

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  54. Question: Are you guys buying flannel books and then using these to add on to them? Are there any printable backgrounds that I can make a book out of? Thanks!!

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  55. Alyssa,

    I don't know of any printable flannel board backgrounds. These are used without backgrounds. They aren't specifically to be used with any books either but that is a good idea.

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  56. My cousin just referred me here for flannel board stories, and I can't tell you how excited I am!! I grew up with flannel board stories and have been so disappointed that they seem to be extinct now. THANK YOu!

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  57. My goodness! What a service you have done! I sure wish I would have had this 4 years ago! I hand colored them all! Check it out on my website
    creatingbycami.blogspot.com

    I got sick to death of coloring so I stopped at the Joseph Smith ones. Now I do believe you are going to make it possible to have those too! Thank you Thank you!
    Cami

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  58. this is so awesome! I wish i knew of something I could do to help other people like this!!!

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  59. olá!Amei seu blog! Meu nome é katia sou do Brasil,
    quando quiser visite meu blog também...www.flordakakau.blogspot.com
    Bye

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  60. Olá, adorei seu blog, passá lá no meu!!!Neuzeli

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  62. Wonderful! Thank you so much for all your work! See how years later you are still blessing all of us! Thanks for sharing!

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  63. Your talents/blog is amazing! Thanks for sharing! We wanted to use your flannel lessons for one of our super Saturday activities. I hope that is ok? I was just wondering what you used for your flannel board? Do you use anything specific, or do you have any suggestions that would work well for the sisters in our ward? Thanks! Rebecca

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  64. r_groll,

    Share away! When I was in charge of our FHE Enrichment group I burned all the flannel board stories to a CD so everyone could have access to them.

    For a flannel board we used the top of a banker box that we glued felt to. We keep all of our FHE lessons in file folders in the banker's box. The outside of the box is decorated with family pictures and one side has our FHE chart. Hmm.. I thought I made a post about it but I can't find it so looks like I might just publish a post tomorrow about it!

    Another easy thing to do is just lay a piece of felt across the back of the couch and use that as an easy flannel board.

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  65. Thank you so much!!! I've just spent my entire Saturday trying to find color pictures of scripture stories for my Primary lesson. Thanks for having them all right here!!!

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  66. Holy cow! Ur my hero!! This must have taken hours!! Thanks!!

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  67. Thank you so much for all the pictures and stories!

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  68. I've been looking everywhere for flannel board stories to use for FHE - thank you so much for sharing these!

    For my flannel board, I bought an art canvas at the craft store and covered it with black flannel. Super fast and easy!

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  69. So my visiting teacher was here yesterday and said, "I found a website you'd like. It's called 'Chocolate on my Cranium.'"

    "Yes!" I said. "That's one of my favorite blogs."

    "Oh, so you've seen the flannel board stories?"

    I hadn't. These are great. Thanks. I am sure they'll be seeing some use in primary, FHE and homeschool. She said she made first vision flannel kits for all of her Cub Scouts (they need to teach the First Vision in FHE for their religious square knot).

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  70. Your blog is amazing! Thank you so much for sharing. I am trying to print the flannel board images onto cardstock, but the images are kinda blurry. Is that normal? Or am I doing something wrong.

    I am so excited to use your colored images for FHE. I can't wait to share the stories with my children. And hopefully I can also learn more about the stories along the way. Thanks!

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  71. thanks for all your work putting these together - you did a great job coloring them!

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  72. Thank you SO much for this! This is absolutely terriffic! My hubby and my resolution for this year is to have FHE every week, as we have a 10 month old, and want to develop good habits, etc, etc...So I'm putting this all on felt with the iron ons. Its turning out to be quite the investment money wise, (Those Iron-on Printable Transfer sheets are pricey!) But that's just what Im hoping it'll be. An investment. Thank you again!

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  73. I tried to download your files but it says they are damaged or something, I can't get any program to open them, any advice?

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  74. Thanks for sharing. My kids love flannel board stories and I love having them in color!

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  75. Thank you, thank you, thank you for all your hard work in putting this together. I just printed everything out, and am so excited to use this at home for FHE and at church in nursery. You are amazing, thanks again!

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  76. Thank you so much! I have been searching the church site, looking for each story and here you have already gone to all that work. You have saved me much time! And to have them already colored! Perfect! Thank you for taking the time to do this AND be willing to share! My family is forever grateful

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  77. Thank you for sharing this! I've been searching for the right thing to help in family home evening with my little ones and this is just the thing. Thank you for being willing to share your hard work, I realize it was a LOT of work to track them all down, color them on the computer, and them post them here to share. THANK YOU!

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  78. Huge, huge thanks! You really saved me! I've been working with the youth for years and now I'm a Sunbeam teacher and feel out of my league. These flannel board stories will be perfect for supplementing the lessons and making the gospel stories easier to understand for the three year olds. I really appreciate all the work you went to in coloring these and making them available to all of us!

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  79. Thank you so much for this!! It is EXACTLY what I have been looking for...especially with everything already being colored. I printed off all the Book of Mormon stories today, and I can't wait to print the rest, too. Thanks again!!

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  80. THANK YOU SO MUCH!! I just found this on Pinterest and I love it! This is so great for you to share your hard work. I know our Family Nights will be improved greatly with these!

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  81. Thank you so much for doing these and sharing!

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  82. I have been wanting to thank you for awhile! Thank you for all of your hard work and willingness to share it with all of "us"! My family has really enjoyed them. This was something I have wanted to do for awhile, but couldn't find the time to color all of them. (or maybe the motivation to break out my markers.) :) I don't know where you find the time, but I am grateful you are willing to share! Thank you! Thank you!

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  83. This is amazing! Thank you for sharing. I just pinned this! :)

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  84. Wow! Thanks for doing all the work. Btw, I love your family names--vey cute.

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  85. Thank you so much for putting all this in one place. It will be such a help with FHE and Sunday afternoons!

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  86. Thank you for being so kind and sharing your hard work with us!

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  87. Found you on Pinterest. Thank you so much for sharing this, what a blessing to so many!

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  88. I found you on Pinterest. Thanks for all your hard work and unselfishness in sharing with so many. What a blessing to my family and many others!

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  89. You have helped a lot of people with these stories. And these are only the ones who stopped to say thanks. Just wanted to add my appreciation as I am going to start using these in my home.

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  90. I just wanted to say a quick thank you! I live in a very small community and we have been talking about doing something like this in our ward. I volunteered to spearhead it; these will be a great big help!!!!! I can't thank you enough for all of your work!! Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!!

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  91. I just wanted to share a quick tip. You can buy 15 inch non gauze milk filters, cut them down to 8 1/2 x 11 size, and then print right on them! Then you just have to cut out your pieces and you have a perfect flannel board set.

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  92. Just wanted to say thank you!! These have been fantastic for my kids - they are excited for scripture time now : ). I can't thank you enough!!

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  93. I bow to your cranial superiority. Thank you.

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  94. Thank you so much for sharing this with us. You put a lot of work into it. THANKS!

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  95. Thank you for sharing! This is truly AMAZING! I can't wait to put these together and start teaching my kiddos.

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  96. These are awesome, I think we'll offer these for a craft at an upcoming RS Activity!

    A couple of questions:

    After printing the figures out, did you cut them out, then laminate, then cut them again, or did you just laminate the whole sheet and then cut them out once? If you did laminate then cut once, do they hold up okay?

    Also, since the figures are laminated, do they need to be printed out on cardstock, or do you think plain paper would be stiff enough after being laminated?

    Thanks!

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  97. So the other day, I came up with this ingenius idea.... how about color all the church flannel board stories in photo shop, print them on transfer paper, and transfer them to felt so I have a whole bunch of flannel board stories for cheap?! Hahahaha!!! I should have known someone else already had the same great idea. ;-) I'm just glad I was only a few stories into my project when I stumbled across your website. Thanks so much for the great resource and all the time you just saved me!! :-)

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  98. Stumbled upon your site today, through Pinterest. YOU are AWESOME for sharing all your hard work!
    Thank you!!
    Lesta in KC,MO area

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  99. I was wondering the same thing as someone above. Did you cut out, then laminate or did you laminate and then cut? How does the lamination hold up if you did it and then cut the figures out? And can you use normal printer paper or do you have to use cardstock? These are awesome. Thank you!

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  100. I have been called to serve in the Nursery and have returned to get these great flannel stories (as the others are pretty torn up and missing pieces). Thank you again for these. They are wonderful.

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  101. Excuse me for my bad english, but I wanted to thank you for the great job you have done with the flannel board images. It's a really great help for the primary lessons etc. MERCI BEAUCOUP

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  102. thank you so much for sharing the flannel board stories! My mom is giving my 3 year old a flannel board and I'm so glad to have found this resource!!! Thanks!

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  103. You are absolutely incredible! Thank you so much.

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  104. Thanks for doing this! - I loved flannel board stories when I was little. I'm happy to be able to share these with my kids!

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  105. WOW!! These are great!! Do you have one on the Plan of Salvation??

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  106. When I print out the pictures, it comes out blurry. Am I doing something wrong?

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    1. No. When these were created over eight years ago they were made from what the church made available online - before they realized how important dpi {pixels} were to good quality printing. They will print a little fuzzy unless you try to reduce them in size a bit.

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  107. Thanks for coloring them all in!!

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  108. Very nice service to many!! Thank you!

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  109. Hi! I've tried downloading them but it says the website is shut down?

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  110. This is a very cute idea, but the zip file download was an epic failure and frustrating experience for me. The software needed to download the zip file installed a whole bunch of malware and put my computer at risk; it's taken awhile to clean up. Also, the Old Testaments zip file will not download, it states it is an invalid file. Needless to say, I am not going to attempt to download anymore. I would not recommend downloading any of this software in order to get free zip files, it's not worth the security risk to your computer. Go directly to www.lds.org and see if any of these story images can be downloaded and saved...no software required except Adobe.

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  111. Thank you so much! The Dropbox links worked great for me and everything downloaded without having to install anything. Thank you so much for sharing!

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    1. Hooray! That is so good to know they worked properly.

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  112. I can't thank you enough for this!!! We are realizing that our little guy loves visuals for learning, and the flannel boards were out of our budget. This is perfect!!! Thank you thank you for sharing all your hard work!

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  113. Wanted to say Thank You for making these files available for everyone. I am excited to use them with my littles.

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  114. Thank you so much for sharing your hard work with us - what a blessing!! I just downloaded the Book of Mormon Stories with no problems. I can't wait to use some (maybe all) of these with my little guy. I plan to read him the story from the "scriptures with pictures" as we call them, and then have him tell me the story with the felt figures that you linked to. Thank you so much!

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  115. Thank you so much! You are so generous to share all of your hard work. I have been trying to find the old church flannel board kits for years and just now discovered these and can't wait to put them to use. Thank you!!

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