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We so appreciate the tracts created by the Governing Body. They’re perfect little parcels of spiritual food that we can carry around with us anytime, anywhere.
Not only do we love reading them, be we also love using them to share wonderful bible truths with others in a bite sized form. We keep them with us at all times, so we are always ready if an opportunity to give a witness arises.
The tracts are so useful, but also very delicate. We can stick them in our bags, cars and purses but it’s easy for them to get wrinkled or damaged before we can use them.
Today’s printable/DIY project is a set of printable paper tract holders that you can use to keep your tracts snug, dry and safe until they’re ready to be used.
The project takes about 5 minutes to assemble and is a perfect activity for teens & kids to create their own little tract holder for the ministry. All you need is a printer, glue and cardstock paper. (Please don’t use regular paper for these, they won’t hold up well enough!) A package of cardstock is $5 or less for 300 pages and you’ll only need 2 sheets for this, so it’s very cost effective!
How To Assemble
Assembling these tracts is very easy. You first step is to cut out the templates.
Then you will want to fold on every white line and outer flap. You’ll have two
folded pieces that make up your tract holder.
As pictured above, the pieces of your tract holder should come together to form
one whole piece. You can see what the whole piece looks like when glued together below.
After you’ve glued your two pieces together, you’ll want to fold in and glue the
outer flaps as pictures below, to form your completed tract holder. Do both sides.
When you’re finished, they should look something like this…
For added durability, you can laminate the outside using clear packaging tape
(we used tape in the photo below, you can’t even tell!)
or you can use laminating paper if you want your tract holder to last a little longer.
Looks like a great idea. Another would be one for memorial invites, as it coming up soon, that can also be used for convention invites.
Hi, great fun for the kids, just out of interest what size paper are these on?
They are on standard letter sized paper. 8.5″ x 11″ (inches)
i dont know what im doing wrong lol mine are not fitting 🙁
Hi Crystal, my name is also Crystal lol. I am having the same problem the tracts are not fitting they are to big (long). The holder is a tad to small at about a half an Inch 🙁
Be sure to print actual size so that it fills out the page when you print.
ok thank you for the tip!!!
loved this ! easy to make 😀
Wonderful! Thanks for the comment! 🙂
Los hice pero no entra el tratado sin doblarlo. Habrá maso menos dos centímetros de diferencia.
¡Hola! Siento oír que está teniendo problemas.
Asegúrese de imprimir el tamaño real con el software adobe acrobat para que llene la página al imprimir. Hicimos este sostenedor de la porción sobre 3 veces antes de publicarlo y cada vez que parece trabajar muy bien. 🙂
thank you very much very good idea.
As we say in France, bises
You’re welcome! Thank you for stopping by 🙂
i just started but i put the printing paper over Bristol board its coming alone really nice i’ll tell you how it turned out
I CAME OUT GREAT :DDD OMG WHO NEEDS YOU TUBE <3 THANK YOU AND THANK JEHOVAH
Merci pour le partage de tous ces supports imprimables .Ils sont trés jolis et bien penses.
Merci de votre message d’amour! Nous sommes heureux d’apprendre que vous les appréciez! 🙂
Thank you for having these “free” downloads available, ty for your time in designing them and may our wonderful creator, Jehovah continue to bless you guys!
Thanxs so much for taking the time to make this a great website for myself who is not creative thanxs family and may jehovah continue to bless your efforts
Thank you for the lovely ideas x
What kind of paper to make a great tract holder. I wanted to make it strong tract holder. Need help.
Basic cardstock should work just fine. 🙂
Thank you so much for this nice printable! Just curious, if I were to laminate it, is there any particular type of glue that would work best to use on the laminate? I’ve tried to use superglue and hot glue in the past, both of which my toddler was able to rip apart…:(
We’re not sure. We haven’t laminated our tract holders. Maybe another brother or sister who has can reply with some helpful tips. 🙂
Loved these. I am an older sister and love to do any type paper projects with our young ones. This will be fun for them to cut and paste and then use! I had no trouble putting it together with your fine instructions! Thanks.
these are beautiful! i love them so much. we have printed out a few for our little sisters in our congregation but i really wish that there were some boy tract holders. i feel really bad leaving them out on these gifts
Included in this printable are neutral designs suitable for boys. 🙂 Check through the pages of the printable. Agape!
Hello, do you have a contact card holder?
Hello! We do not! Maybe in the future. 🙂
I loved these
Hermoso trabajo me gustaría ser parte de su proyecyo
Muchas gracias! Esperamos que disfrutes!