Thanks to an image from The Idea Door and Adobe Illustrator’s Live Trace, I bring you …. drum roll … a version of the Laurel class symbol that’s big enough to actually use!
I created these binder label sets for our class presidency binders. There’s a set for each of the three classes: Beehive, Mia Maid, and Laurel, and they feature the new class symbols from the 2010 handbook.
I printed these on 8.5 x 11 inch sticker paper from Avery (product number 48165, Laser/Inkjet), and then I cut them apart with a paper cutter. Each sheet makes:
– Four 3/4 inch binder spine labels
– Four 4 x 4.25 inch binder front labels
I printed mine with a laser printer for durability. If you don’t have a laser printer, you could print these files on label paper using the clerk’s office laser printer in your local unit building.
The binder label graphics turned out beautifully when printed on a laser printer because they are vector images. You’ll also have good results with an inkjet printer, but the output quality will depend on the quality of your printer *and* they won’t be waterproof.
I checked these on A4 paper, and I think they’ll work okay as long as your printer will go edge to edge. If you need me to format them specifically for A4, please comment below.
This is a series of 3 posters with the YW class purpose statements and symbols. They are black and white.
I printed them on cardstock, and they were displayed on tables during New Beginnings so that parents could know more about the new purpose statements for each class.
Tawny C. says, “I … included some welcome signs we created. We tied them with raffia to the YW posters for the different age groups.”
1 per page, 8.5 x 11 inches, color.