DIY: Easter Cards

DIY Easter Cards
DIY Easter Cards

My boys found an adorable bunny flower pot at an estate sale last weekend and named him Benston. After cleaning him off and planting some succulents in him, I was inspired to create some easter cards featuring Benston and some other easter related objects.  Check out the three designs and the quick tutorial on how to create them! After you're done you can write a special message on the back and include it in your kiddos easter basket, or with a bouquet of flowers... or if you are getting fancy, you can even add an easter brunch menu on the back!

MATERIALS:

  1. Printer

  2. Photo Paper or Cardstock

  3. Cutting board or Scissors

STEP 1 - DOWNLOAD DESIGNS

DIY Easter Card Downloads

STEP 2 - PRINT CARDS

The pdfs downloads are 8.5" x 11" with the designs sized for a 6" x 6" card. If you keep to this size, all you need to do is flip the paper over after printing the front and the back should be lined up. You can also adjust the size and alignment of the design to fit your desired look - just let me know if you need any help!

DIY Easter Card Print Step

STEP 3 - CUT CARDS

After printing the front and back of the cards you will cut an inch off the left and top, 1.5 inches off the right side, and 4.5 off the bottom.

DIY Easter Cards Cut Step
DIY Easter CardS Finished