Easter Cards to Make and Give!
DIY’ing anything gives us a feeling of accomplishment. We feel clever, frugal, industrious and when it comes to greeting cards, thoughtful. If you’re looking for an Easter craft to do this week, check out these hand-crafted cards to wish friends and loved ones a Happy Easter holiday.
Free and Printable!
What could be easier than these free printable Easter cards at Got Free Cards? The site includes outlined cards for coloring – perfect for kids with a set of colored pencils – as well as cards to which you can add your own photos and texts. We downloaded one of the PDFs – and sure enough, they’re free and easy and you can choose one fold or double folds.
The Spruce Crafts has 10 free printable Easter cards that include the kind you can enhance with gifts – like a round lip balm, or illustrations in pastel colors of tulips, eggs, chicks and varied greetings. Or choose from vintage-styled cards with throw-back illustrations and simple “Happy Easter” sentiments.
Jaw-Dropping and Eye-Popping
Some of these DIY Easter cards are the complicated from Deavita.net, but worthy of a second look. You’ll find plenty of inspiration, in these snaps of handmade creations, a few for kids but more for older, more dexterous hands.
Rose Clearfield, lifestyle blogger and hobbyist photographer, showcases several, a few with religious themes and a few with glue-on, stick-on, rub-on ideas for all ages.
For more of a tutorial, check out the video from Mukta Art & Craft. You can watch a pair of manicured hands cut, fold, glue and calligraphy two sweet and easy Easter cards. You might need a pair of scissors with jagged edges to make the paper roses (so ingenious!), which you can get at Etsy, or probably anywhere you get craft supplies.
Pretty Pink Posh helps you make a peek-a-boo Easter card, using Bunny Friends and Easter Egg stamp sets. This YouTuber actually has a few tools and pieces of equipment that seem to make the process foolproof. She’ll even show you how to expertly color in the eggs with layered coloring techniques with Copic sketch markers for a truly professional-looking result!
A fun way to make an Easter card wwhen you don’t have stamp sets or markers is this card from Terri Walker . She uses patterned paper, ribbons and plenty of glue to create an image of sweet pastel bunnies, all in a row.
If you’d like to try your hand at watercolor cards, check out Julia Lis Art’s YouTube tutorial showing beginners how to paint two different Easter cards. All of these online artists make the creation process look sooooo easy. But with a little patience and step-by-step instruction offers a way to make and give something special to a friend or loved one this holiday weekend.
Easter’s Coming to Crystal Valley
Easter celebrations in the master-planned community of Crystal Valley means celebration meals, egg hunts and time enjoying those we love. Come and explore the new homes surrounded by nature and only minutes from the town of Castle Rock. With a variety of beautiful models from Richmond American Homes, Kauffman Homes, Century Communities and D.R. Horton to choose from, these ranch or two-story models – are priced from the high $300s.