Today Kristin shares some beautiful Easter Printables! Printables are an easy, inexpensive way to add a little holiday flair to your home. This collection comes in two color schemes, both are just gorgeous. If you’re new to the printables world, check out Kristin’s tips on creative ways to decorate with this collection:
Spring is finally here (the weather is turning around finally!) and Easter is right around the corner. An easy way to celebrate is with this Easter printable collection!
Are you new to the printable world? Don’t think you are a DIY kind of mom? This is such an easy way to make any event from an Easter egg hunt to Easter dinner adorable and festive. All you need to do is print these files on white cardstock (sold at any office supply store), cut designs out with sharp scissors or paper punches (found at craft stores like Michaels and AC Moore, which always have 40% off coupons). Then the sky is the limit with what you can do! Click HERE to print your Easter Printables.
This collection includes:
2” party circles – can be glued to lollipop sticks (again found at craft stores) or even toothpicks and used to decorate cupcakes or any dessert or food, use a hole punch and thread with ribbon to us as tags or hang them from branches like shown for an easy unique centerpiece, use foam dots and stick them to just about anything such as vases or candle sticks, or even use them as napkin rings.
4” party circles – similar to the 2”, but larger in size, can be hung from chandeliers as shown, taped to windows for decoration, strung together with ribbon to make a banner
Tented Cards – can be used for place cards at Easter brunch or dinner, or as labels for food on a buffet (Honey Ham, Glazed Carrots, etc.)
Treat Bag Toppers – sized for snack size zip lock bags, just fill bags with jelly beans or other Easter candy, fold topper in ½, place over top of bag and staple in place, perfect in an Easter basket or to give out as a favor at an Easter egg hunt!
Have fun being creative, and make sure to have your little ones help out! My 4 year old daughter helped me do all our decorations, she loves making stuff more than I do!