Download a free beautifully designed general conference notebook here. I’ve included a prompt page as well as a plain note page.
I’ve tried my fair share of general conference notebooks so I decided to put a few elements of my favorite things from each of them into one really simple notebook that can be utilized year after year.
Fill out this form below for the free general conference notebook printable.
For me, I get much more out of General Conference when I take notes. It’s also beneficial for me to be listening with specific intent. For this reason, I’ve included a ‘prompt page’. The prompts included are questions, promptings, invitations, blessings, and a place to fill out if anyone comes to mind as you listen.
Download a free beautifully designed general conference notebook here. I've included a prompt page as well as a plain note page.
- Notebook printable (form in post)
- Print off the notebook or choose which pages you would like to utilize. I have formatted the notebook to be printed double sided.
- Send to a copy center to spiral bind the pages if you'd like! It's $6 where I live which was well worth it to me!
Don't forget to print double sided for best results.
How can I use this notebook?
You are welcome to share this notebook with anyone and everyone. If you want to print some off for your ministering sisters or youth, please do! I’d love for you to share how and when you are using the notebook with me. You can do that here or on my Instagram account practicalandpretty.
How to Print
The way I suggest, and the way I formatted this book, is to print it double-sided and bind it in any way of your choice.
Three Binding Options
Print off the pages yourself and bring them to a copy center to have them bound. I put a clear cover on the front and a colored cover on the back.
Send, or bring, the PDF to the printer and have them print it and bind it there. I did it this way and wish I hadn’t because the printing of 30 pages cost more than binding it!
If you have a leftover binder hanging around, put the title page in the front of your binder, and three-hole punch the pages and put them in there! If you do it this way you could just keep adding to it year after year.