Old Testament Scripture Mastery Stickers

Here are the Scripture Mastery Stickers for the Old Testament!

They are meant to be printed on FULL 8 1/2 x 11 sticker sheets.  You can get them at any office supply store, or even Walmart.

After you print them, you just cut them out, peel off the back, and put them in your scriptures next to the correct scripture mastery scripture!

(I am recycling last year’s Doctrine and Covenants pics)

They are made really small so they fit comfortably in your margin.

The PDF file has four complete sets of the OT scripture mastery scriptures.

However, if you would like all 100 scripture mastery on one sheet…. go here.

Here is the PDF for the Old Testament Stickers:  scripture mastery stickers old testament four sets

8 thoughts on “Old Testament Scripture Mastery Stickers

  1. Oh — these are amazing — now I need to go pick up the sticker sheet so I can finish up the seminary journals for my class and include these sheets in their folders! Thank you!

  2. I am a new seminary teacher and I love your site for everything you post. I check it every few days to see if there is a new idea or new recipe. Thanks for all you do!

  3. Hi Shannon;

    thanks for all the great ideas. I was wondering what you use the arrows for on the scripture mastery stickers?

  4. You are amazingly creative and so wonderful to share all of this with us!!! My Seminary students LOVED the Old Testament stickers last year, and have asked if we could get them again for New Testament. Do you have the N.T. stickers repeated 4 times on one page, like the O.T. ones??

  5. I have been trying to make these for NT and I guess I’m just not good at this computer stuff! Do you by chance have some made up for just the NT? If not, could you tell me how to do it? I have a Mac and I’ve been trying to do it with a table but they just aren’t cute like yours! Thanks for any info! Kerri

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