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Free Christian Hymn Art Samples
To introduce you to the flavor of Hymnscript’s contemporary Christian art, we invite you to taste some free samples, each inspired by classic Christian hymn lyrics. (And we’d be tickled if you’d share them with your friends and family!)
We’ve done our best to make these samples a blend of high quality and small file size. To get the best possible printed result, we encourage you to use your printer’s best output settings and a quality paper stock.
What beautiful artwork! We printed 450 of the downloadable bookmarks for the gift bags we distributed at our women's conference. The ladies were thrilled with your bookmarks! They are so vivid—they just jump off the page.
Isaac Watts’ hymn “I Sing The Mighty Power of God” is featured in this set of three free bookmarks. These colorful page keepers are especially lovely printed on high-gloss photo paper. Keep one bookmark and give two to friends, or if you're like me and juggling three books at once, print one set for yourself and another set for a friend!
Download Bookmark Set | 231 kb
Whatever you’ve planned—and whatever the day eventually brings—excerpts from four verses of Annie Hawks’ “I Need Thee Every Hour” will help keep your eyes on the Savior. Designed so that printing a month’s supply (eight copies) will go easy on your ink cartridge.
Download Daily Notes | 109 kb
Encouragement Greeting Card
The hand-lettered words of Henry van Dyke’s “Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee” breeze along this vibrant, joyful, joyful note card. Print on heavy paper or card stock, then write your own greeting inside. When folded, fits in a standard #6-3/4 envelope (3-5/8" × 6-1/2").
Download Encouragement Greeting Card | 188 kb
Christmas Gift Tags
Four Christmas gift tag designs feature potent excerpts from “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing,” “Joy to the World,” and “What Child Is This?” When printed on high-gloss photo paper (eight tags per 8½" × 11" sheet), these gift tags make a one-of-a-kind, keepsake-quality presentation.
Download Christmas Gift Tags | 178 kb
Charles Wesley’s “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing” and Isaac Watts’ “Joy to the World” are featured on these Christmas ornaments that you print, cut, and hang on the tree. Four designs (two from each carol) create either four single-sided ornaments or two double-sided ornaments that look especially nice printed on high-gloss photo paper.
Download Christmas Ornaments | 320 kb
ALSO AVAILABLE: Ceramic Christmas ornaments featuring these designs are available at the Hymnscript store at CafePress
Easter Greeting Card
The lyrics of Isaac Watts’ “When I Survey the Wondrous Cross” are featured on this Easter greeting card. Print on heavy paper or card stock, then write your own message inside. When folded, fits in a standard #6-3/4 envelope
(3-5/8" × 6-1/2").
Download Easter Greeting Card | 311 kb
Christian hymn lyrics that have inspired the art of Hymnscript are available as free downloadable song sheets that you can share with a friend or a group.
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