Homemade Easter Cards
Homemade cards add an extra level of sentiment for the receiver. This is a guide about homemade Easter cards
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Send Easter greetings to your friends and family.
Approximate Time: 30 minutes
- cardstocks: blue, green, white
- scraps of patterned paper
- yellow paper
- glue pen
- double-sided and foam tape
- finished size: 5 x5 1/2 inch
- Make card from blue cardstock.
- Cut out green cardstock in the shape of grass. Adhere to the bottom edge of card.
- Use a template to cut 3 egg shapes from scraps of patterned paper. Adhere.
- Punch or cut out little flowers from white cardstock with a small circle of yellow for the centers. Adhere to card using glue pen.
- Print "Happy Easter" on white cardstock. With a pencil, draw a cloud shape around the greeting; cut out. Adhere to card with foam tape for dimension.
By Maricel from Fairfax, VA
This 3-dimensional Easter card will bring a smile to anyone's face. It's a great way to wish someone special a very Happy Easter!
Approximate Time: About 30 minutes
- Green,yellow and white card stock
- pink craft foam
- Six 4-inch lengths of thin wire
- wiggly eyes
- glue stick
- powder blush and cotton swab
- hot glue gun & glue sticks
Fold a piece of 8 1/2 x 11-inch green card stock in half to form a card. Cut an 8 1/4 x 5 1/4-inch rectangle from yellow card stock. Glue the rectangle to the front of the card. Draw a cute bunny onto the white card stock and cut out. Draw a large pink nose onto the pink foam and cut out. Using a cotton swab and powdered blush, apply blush to lower edge of ears to represent the bunny's inner ears. Glue the bunny head to the rectangle. Glue on the wiggly eyes. For the whiskers, curl each piece of wire around a pencil and flatten slightly with your hand. Using hot glue gun, glue ends of wire just below wiggly eyes. Glue foam nose over wire ends. Write an Easter message inside the card and send to someone special.
By Rachel's Mom from Wilkesboro, NC
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March 27, 20090 found this helpful
Cute card, Rachel's Mom! I make cards, too . . . I think I might make one like this for my daughter this year. I bet she'd get a kick out of it (she's six).
Easter is a special time when everything is reborn after the dark days of winter. Why not celebrate the spirit of this season by sharing cards and gifts with family and friends. Add a colourful touch to envelopes and gift bags using simple embellishments that can be sourced in the home. Don't forget to add some kisses too, to show the special people in your life just how much they mean to you at Eastertide.
Approximate Time: 30 minutes plus drying time
- blank cards and envelopes
- paper bags
- paints and a brush
- pieces of scrap card
- recycled gift wrap
- craft glue
- raffia or yarn
- glitter glue or rub on stickers
- items to decorate
- a sharp tool to make holes
- Paint the outer sides of an envelope and a paper bag in a colour theme of your choice. Let dry.
- Place a hand-made Easter card in the envelope and seal it.
- Tear some gift-wrap into strips and glue to the envelope to give a pleasing design.
- Wrap a length of raffia or yarn around the envelope and secure with a bow.
- To finish, attach feathers and some "kisses" use rub on stickers or a glitter glue pen for the individual letters.
- Make a pair of holes on either side at the top of your paper bag.
- Plait lengths of yarn or raffia together to make two handles.
- Thread the end of each handle through a hole in your paper bag and knot on the wrong side to secure in place.
- Fill your paper bag with chocolate eggs or a small gift.
- Cut a large gift tag out of scrap card and make a hole at the top of the tag.
- Paint the right side of the tag so it complements the colour theme of your paper bag.
- Glue strips of gift-wrap to the tag as for the envelope; attach feathers and a special 'For Easter' message.
- Thread a length of raffia or yarn through the hole in the gift tag and tie to the handles of the paper bag.
Crafty tips: Mini pegs are a fun way to attach feathers, tags, and other items to gifts. Try using skeleton leaves, painted eggs, or hens to embellish your gifts, too. Make sure children are supervised by an adult when using sharp tools. Happy Easter!
By Anne from United Kingdom