Are you all ready for Easter coming up this weekend? I can’t say that I am, but I am excited about it. This is my baby’s second Easter. Last year he was only a couple months old, and this year he’s walking. I’m excited to watch him during an Easter Egg Hunt. It’s going to be so fun! I have always enjoyed watching my older kids when they’ve done Easter Egg Hunts over the years, but my favorite age to watch is definitely the younger ages. They get so excited! Anyway, one of the quick and easy things you can do to get ready for Easter is to make some cute Happy Easter cards to give to anyone, whether it’s a friend or the host of Easter dinner, these Happy Easter Cards are perfect.
You could probably go through your stash of supplies and find what you need to make cards similar to these.
I picked out the paper I wanted to use on these, and then got to work on the first card. I trimmed the background to fit on the card base. Then I used my sewing machine to sew it onto the front of the card. I added the balloon stickers, used dimensional squares to add some dimension to the bunny, placed thickers on the card to spell Easter, then added the Happy where it needed to be.
I thought this card turned out cute and it’s the perfect way to wish someone a Happy Easter!
On this card, I took a long strip of paper and folded both sides in. I attached the pink polka dotted paper to both sides, added the paper lollie, punched out a cute little bunny to go on the center, added the hello flag and some stickers and I was finished.
This is the perfect card to greet anyone this spring. You could use it for a birthday card or an Easter card.
I think this card turned out to be my favorite. I trimmed the background paper and then used the sewing machine to sew it onto the card base. I added a few different layers that I also sewed onto the card. I added the thickers to spell Easter, then added the cute little bunny with a bow around it’s neck. Then I added the Hello to finish it off.
Between the gold thickers and the cute little bunny, this card has to be my favorite.
So sit down and make a few cute cards to give to friends or family this Easter season. They are quick and simple to make and get your creative juices flowing.
If you’d like to see other cards, check out my card gallery here.
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