Free Printable Easter Cards

April 4, 2017

Download these free printable Easter greeting cards, plus 15 other easy craft projects to try this season!

My friend Annie from Zevy Joy started her blog about the same time that I started this site. Over the past few years, we have worked together on a few projects, but I was so excited when she asked me if I’d like to join in on her Easter craft tour. Annie is the kind of person that makes you feel warm and fuzzy inside – her kindness comes through even in emails. I hope you enjoy the crafts that our friends have shared on their sites. Aside from these free printable Easter cards, there are many more fun ideas for you to try this Easter season, to see them all, scroll down to the bottom of the page! 

Good Friday and Easter are some of my favorite holidays. Good Friday especially. I don’t love the hustle and bustle of Easter church services, they seem over the top to me. Instead, I prefer to hide out in the back during the Good Friday evening service. It seems that I always can connect with God and acknowledge his sacrifice during that time. 

I recently finished the book The Shack, and wow, it has completely changed my outlook on relationships in general. Especially the part about judging others. I caught myself feeling superior to a someone in line in front of me at the post office today. When I left, I was reminded of that particular part of the book. I am glad that my sin has already been forgiven, but I will remind myself to have compassion and resist judging others. If you haven’t read the book, I couldn’t recommend it more. 

I really very rarely talk about religion here, but Easter is an exception for me. I think it is so important for those celebrating to remember ‘the reason for the season‘. Rather than getting caught up in creating the perfect Easter baskets and dying eggs, enjoy your time with your loved ones making fun projects and priceless memories. My Grandma never fails to send Easter cards to us, and it is something that I treasure. So this year, I’ve decided to create my own, using vintage graphics, which I have made available for you to download too. 

Free Printable Easter Cards

Supplies (affiliate links):

Steps:

  1. Print the free files onto card stock. 
  2. Use a slide cutter to trim around the lines of the cards. 
  3. Mark the center of the A2 cards with the scoring utensil on the score board to fold in half.


15+ Easter Craft projects


Kid’s Easter Table by Summer Adams


How To Dye Eggs With Food Coloring by TIDBITS | Easter Wreath by Shades of Blue Interiors | Easter Egg Decorating Idea – Mini Floral Bunny Ears by A Burst of Beautiful | DIY Easter Sign – Hello Peeps by My Sweet Savannah

DIY Bunny Napkin Rings by Craftberry Bush | A Kindred Easter with Kindred Vintage & Co. | DIY Metallic Easter Eggs with Maison de Pax | Spring Garden DIY Easter Centerpiece by Elliven Studio

Bunny Ears Bags and Free Printable by Ella Claire | Free Printable Easter Cards by Boxwood Avenue | Simple Modern Easter Tablescape by Cherished Bliss | DIY Vintage ‘Happy Easter’ Eggs by So Much Better With Age

Printable Watercolor Easter Banner by Nina Hendrick Design Co. | DIY Bunny Garden Easter Basket by Zevy Joy | Easter Cake – Paleo Coconut Pineapple Cake with Topper by Nesting With Grace | Moss Wrapped Candle by Design, Dining and Diapers

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  1. Chloe, you are sooooo talented! What can you NOT do? I just adore you. Fun doing this with you! I’m printing these out and sending them….xoxoxo

  2. Chloe I love your heart and how you share it whether it be projects, life on your ranch or sweet sentiments in this post. You are so talented and I am always in awe of what you come up with, thanks for joining in on this – it is beautiful! Can’t wait to do more together in the the future… p.s. I have had that book on my list to read as well – this may have just given me the nudge to get going =)!

    • Thank you Annie for putting this together and for your sweet words! Happy Easter! You will LOVE the book – it’s very mind opening!