Download free Easter printables! The free spring printables bundle includes printable Easter wall art, printable Easter cards and Easter gift tags. The vintage-inspired designs include a cute Easter bunny, speckled eggs, farmhouse accents and an array of pretty spring flowers. The happy Easter printables are inexpensive spring home decor and perfect to tag gifts and Easter baskets.
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Pretty Easter printables for home decor and gift-giving
While I enjoy autumn and Christmas, my favourite season is actually spring and my favourite holiday is Easter. Spring is marked by change, renewal and growth, and that feels so refreshing after the dreary wintertime. (By the way, if you’re on team I love fall don’t be mad at me. Autumn is my second favourite season, so there you go.)
I also love that Easter is a quieter and more reflective holiday than the oh-so busy Christmas season. I have many fond childhood memories of decorating our home for Easter, colouring eggs, and packing little Easter basket for our family and friends.
To share the Easter joy with you, I have created a fun bundle of gorgeous and free Easter printables that will help you to decorate your home and spread Easter joy to special people in your life. You’ll also save some money. Because have you seen how much Easter decor and greeting cards cost in shops? It ain’t cheap, girlfriend.
Want to know more? Read on to find out what’s included in this set of free Easter printables.
To download the printables right away, scroll to the end of the post!
Free Easter printables bundle
Instead of creating different posts, I decided to share the free Easter printables in one central location. This way, you can come back any time and easily access the full printable Easter bundle without searching the whole blog for 3 different posts.
Okay, now let’s see what’s included in this collection of free Easter printables and learn more about the amazing things you can create with my free Easter PDFs.
Printable Easter wall art
Wall art is a simple and inexpensive way to give life to your home and decorate according to the season. My printable Easter wall art is an easy and quick DIY to spruce up your home for spring and Easter and to create a colourful accent in any room.
Here all 4 designs:
You can frame the printables and hang them on the wall, or group them with other spring decor to decorate your mantle or sideboard. I display the printables in white frames, but grey or pastel-coloured frames would also look nice.
Unframed is beautiful, too. In my kitchen, I used a gold clamp to attach the happy Easter printable to a piece of yarn. Super simple and pretty!
Free printable Easter cards
Can you spend hours browsing the greeting card aisle at Paper Source? I sure can! But greeting cards are so expensive, and the cost adds up quickly. To help you save some money when sending Easter greetings to the special people in your life, I decided to include free printable Easter cards.
The cards feature 4 designs and come in 2 different sizes. We all have different preferences when it comes to greeting cards. By including 2 standard sizes, I wanted to make sure that there is something for everyone. You can print the free Easter printable cards as often as you like and save cash.
Also, you don’t have to use these printable happy Easter cards as greeting cards or postcards. Instead put them in a frame and hang them up as beautiful DIY Easter wall art. A gallery wall with Easter printables in different sizes would look stunning!
Every season, we receive requests for gift tags to print, and so I included a set of free Easter gift tags printables in this collection of free Easter printables. You can use these happy Easter tags to decorate presents, tag Easter baskets and say thank you to your kid’s teacher or coach.
Here are some ideas for how you can use the printable Easter tags:
- Easter gift tags
- printable Easter egg name tags
- Easter basket tags
- cute Easter bag tags
- Easter thank you tags
- easy Easter candy tags
2-minute Easter gift idea
If you need to come up with lots of little gifts (e.g. for the ladies in your bible study, yoga class or your kid’s teachers), buy chocolate bunnies or mini packs of Easter M&Ms and attach a gift tag. Put a short note on the back of the tag, and you have a sweet and thoughtful 2-minute gift that doesn’t break the bank.
How I created the Easter illustrations for the printables
I love floral patterns, girly graphics and vintage-inspired fonts and drew inspiration from old fashioned Easter pictures. Flowers and feminine design aren’t for everyone, and that’s fine. But if you’re anything like me, then you simply can’t get enough of cute and colourful.
Spring is the perfect season for soft pastels and lush floral in abundance. For these Easter printables, I drew lots of spring flowers, including tulips, daffodils, muscari, forget-me-nots, and catkins of a goat willow tree.
I also created a drawing of a little Easter bunny. Drawing animals isn’t my strong suit, but I think the little lad looks somewhat adorable. My husband, the sweet dear, jokingly called the bunny a guinea pig with long ears. Anyway…
Since I know how much you love all things farmhouse, I completed the designs with an old water can, a farmhouse pitcher and a speckled egg. I hope these free vintage Easter printables will make a nice addition to your farmhouse Easter decor.
As I created the drawings for all the printables on CHC myself, you won’t find these designs anywhere else.
How to download and print the free Easter printables
These free Easter printables can be easily downloaded and printed right from your computer, so you can put the money you usually spend on Easter cards and decorations somewhere else in your budget. Be sure to follow the directions to downloading and printing.
How to open PDF flies
The file format of these free Easter printables is PDF. After downloading, locate the PDF files on your device. We recommend opening the files in Abobe Reader (free) or Abobe Acrobat. I also found that it’s easier to print out the flies from a laptop or desktop than your phone or tablet.
Printer and paper
The free Easter printables look best when you print the Easter designs on card stock, but they’ll also look great printed on normal computer paper.
For the best printing results, I recommend using 22 lb printer paper for frames but 32 lb premium printer paper when you prefer the printable as unframed wall décor.
Also, make sure to set the printer’s settings to print at 100% and to choose the highest quality. You can read more printing recommendations here. We use this Canon printer to print our printables and like the quality of the prints.
Free Easter Wall Art Printables 8×10
Tab the button to download the printable free Easter printables 8×10, which are great as Easter wall art and spring home decor.
Free Easter Printables 5×7
Tab the button to download the printable free Easter printables 5×7, which can be used for small frames, planners, and as greeting cards.
Free Printable Easter Cards 4×6
Tab the button to download the free printable Easter greeting cards 4×6, which can be used for small frames, planners, and as greeting cards.
Free Printable Easter Tags
Tab the button to download the free printable Easter gift tags, which can be used for gift giving and wrapping Easter presents.
Over to you
How do you plan to use the Easter printables? Let me know below! And if you use the printables, please upload a photo on Pinterest or tag @chcottage on Insta so I can see what you have created!
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Love your site. I volunteer for an organization that writes letters to residents in Nursing Homes in the US and foreign countries. The pandemic really hit these individuals hard and they became depressed due to lack of contact with the outside world. The organization, Letters Against Isolation, provides the volunteers the name of the facilities and how many letters are needed each month. I usually write around 100 each month. Your site gives me ideas and art work to make my letters/cards bright for the recipient. Thanks again for the great graphics.
Hi Cindy! What a wonderful cause you have chosen to support! I’m glad to hear you find our printables useful and I’m sure the recipient appreciate your lovely messages. Thank you!
Too cute! These would make adorable art for a little girl’s room!
Thank you so much, ladies!