Easter is a holiday full of thoughts of Easter eggs, Easter bunnies and all things spring. I thought it would be fun to combine all my family’s Easter thoughts into one pretty Easter printable for some pastel colored Easter Fun.
Some of the words featured are symbols of Easter (like Easter baskets, chicks and Easter eggs), which makes this printable festive and symbolic!
It would look great displayed on an Easter brunch table next to a vase of dogwood flowers or a potted Easter lily.
If you are looking for more items to add to your Easter brunch, make sure to check out our recipe for hot cross buns (a traditional Easter bread with its own national day).
Decorating for Easter is a lot of fun. You can add whimsical kid-inspired items and also go all in for a Farmhouse Easter decor theme.
I love doing printables. They give me a chance to use a bit of creativity to come up with something that I can share with my readers as a gift.
Printables can be used in so many ways. Print them out and add a pretty picture frame, as I have done here, or print them in a smaller on card stock to use as greeting cards.
Note: Hot glue guns, and heated glue can burn. Please use extreme caution when using a hot glue gun. Learn to use your tool properly before you start any project.
Let’s make a white washed picture frame for this free Easter printable
I had fun with the picture frame in this project. I used an old 10 1/2 x 12″ frame and removed the glass and backing.
The first step was to paint the whole frame pink in a color to match the darker pink wording on my printable.
After the paint had dried, I took dry foam brush and dipped it in white paint.
Dabbing the paint till it is almost dry and then touching the picture frame here and there gave the finish a more antique look.
Some very finely grained sand paper lightens up the heavier areas of paint after the paint had dried.
This gives the picture frame a nice vintage white washed look.
The last thing to do was to hot glue three foam Easter eggs in the top left corner of the frame. Now it is ready for my printable.
If you would like to use this image, you can print out the Easter printable here in a PDF file. You can also click on the image below to go to the page for printing.
Time to display the Easter printable!
For a pretty decor look, just add a pail of the foam eggs that match those on the picture frame!
A note on my printables: A Printable takes me a lot of time to create and is intended to be a gift to my readers. This printable is © Always the Holidays.
This printable is for personal use only, and is not to be copied, distributed, altered or sold. www.alwaystheholidays.com
This pretty Easter printable is full of the mood of Easter. It looks lovely on a side table. Do you want another free printable? Get the Easter gift tag printable and wrapping paper here.
What have you done with printables in the past? Can you think of ways to use them other that framing or using them as greeting cards? Please share your ideas in the comments below.