Gospel Learning On Your Lap

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The finished look

on February 28, 2012

Some people have requested a photo of what the finished CTR Lapbook will look like.  So here it is.  I want you to feel free to arrange your mini-books how you would like, but some months (like March) take some extra planning and a glimpse of the end before starting.  Here is what you have to look forward to with your March CTR Lapbook 2012. 

Remember, March is a double lapbook, and you will need to glue two folders together as explained here.  And you will NOT need to cut your cover to open your lapbook. 

 March Cover

Laying out the other mini-books again is a matter of preference, but there are four mini-books this month that will only fit in the center.  These are the President Monson Squash book, “How does Heavenly Father speak to members of the church?” Conference coloring activity, and the song.  The rest of the pockets and matchbooks will fit on the side  flaps. 

DSCN1980DSCN1981 So there you go.  I’ll be posting the rest of the mini-books for March at least a week before the subject is scheduled to be taught in Sharing Time.  I’m also working on a zip file for an easy one time download for the month. 

CTR!

LeeAnn

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2 responses to “The finished look

  1. susielopez says:

    oh my gosh this is so amazing what you’ve done, LeeAnn! I’m so pleased you shared it with me, may I blog about this? It’s so thoughtful of you to show what you made… it’s every digi scrap designers dream to see the works that come from their kits! (the reason why I make freebies, too)
    thank you,
    Susie Lopez

    • You bet Susie. I have no clue how you make your stuff (serious newbie here) but I love it! Thanks for letting me use it for this project! I would truly appreciate your your help in spreading the word about these CTR Lapbooks. Looking forward to seeing what you create next 🙂 LeeAnn

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