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DIY free printable Easter cards. Send a beautiful Easter card to someone you love this year. Download and print it for free.
With 4 super cute designs to choose from, the cards will be sure to delight. Simply print, cut fold and send. It couldn’t be easier.
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It’s pretty common practice around Christmas time to send cards to friends and family. It seems to be the once a year excuse to reconnect with those we havn’t spoken to for a while or who live far away.
I remember when I was a kid my mum would receive long letters in the cards updating her on everything that had happened in the past year.
Now the cards just arrive with a “Happy Christmas”, as I guess Facebook and email have replaced the old letter writing.
But still, whether the cards are accompanied by letters or not, they are still sent. We even send them to people that live next door!
Then there is Easter.
There are Easter cards in the shops, but not that many. It’s not really a holiday that we think of sending cards and I’m not sure why.
The people that we want to connect with at Christmas are still around at Easter, so why don’t we send them a card for the Easter holiday too?
Thinking back over the years I’m pretty sure I would be lucky to get 1 or 2 Easter cards each year and I am guilty as charged for not sending them myself either.
Whether this is because there are not many to choose from in the shops, or whether it’s just not the social norm to do so, I’m not sure.
So this year I thought it would be a good opportunity to design some Easter cards and actually send them!
It’s a bit of a novelty really.
Did I mention that all of the Easter cards are also all available for you to print for free?
They are all waiting for you to download directly from the free printable library.
Supplies you will need for your free printable Easter cards
- Download and print the cards from the free printable library
- Use thick white card stock for a sturdy finish.
Each card is available on a separate page, which makes it easy for you to choose which one you would like to print.
Once printed, simply cut out your card, fold and write your Easter greeting inside.
That’s it, your done!
With a choice of 4 beautiful cards, there will be something to suit everyone.
My daughter couldn’t decide whether her favorite was the Easter egg or the Easter bunny. Clearly it was too much of a hard choice!
Who are you planning on sending Easter cards to this year?
There is no time like the present to connect with someone you havn’t spoken to for a while. What better way than to send them an adorable Easter card.
Your free Easter printable cards are available for immediate download from the free printable library.
Create Your Own Easter Cards
Love the cards but they are not quite what you are looking for? Have you considered designing your own?
I often receive emails asking what the best program is to create custom printable’s. The easiest answer is to use PicMonkey because it is super easy to use and you don’t need a degree in design to navigate it!
If you are a little unsure of your design skills then you can try out PicMonkey’s free version, and you always have the option to upgrade to their premium version for just a few dollars a month.
So if you would like to design your own Easter cards this year why not give PicMonkey a try
Otherwise, head on over to our free printable library, for the one’s I have already made for you.
Need some more ideas? Check out these easy and fun Easter ideas that the whole family can enjoy. You will have a ton of inspiration for recipes, printables, crafts and more.
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