This week, Tammy from Creative K Kids, Tammy from My Life Abundant, and Stephany from Freshly Squeezed Lemonade have gone together to do a Spring/Easter Blog Hop! You can also link up your own Easter/Spring posts below and we will pin many of them to our Pintabulous Easter/Spring Pinterest Board, and then come back next week for another blog hop with our favorite recipes for Easter (or spring)!
Easter Note Cards Printables
You know I love note cards of any kind and Easter time is no exception to the rule. The grandkids love getting their Easter Note Cards in the mail. Something mailed just to them.
I remember as a little girl how much I loved Easter. Getting to wear a new dress and shoes and of course the cutest hats ever! And especially having fun with my brother hunting for Easter treasures.
Weren’t we cuties!!! This was 1961 and we were such a fashion statement for sure.
Note cards are so easy to make and I have sent my mom cards with old pictures on the front, like above. Our parents love to remember and smile at a picture they haven’t seen in quite some time. I made the one above using my photo editing software and then printing from Publisher. There are so many different templates out there with Avery and Office. You can even use Word to print out cards. For those of you who love PicMonkey, here is a great tutorial on how to make photo cards.
I would love to share a couple of Easter note card printables for you to print out for yourself to use. Click on the download link and I hope you enjoy. The instructions will follow the pictures.
There are 2 on a page and they are so easy to make. You simply print the PDF file, cut it in half to form 2 folding cards, and then fold each or use a scoring blade to create a nice fold for your cards. I use card stock for these, but they could be printed on plain copy paper. The final size is 5.5″ x 4.25″ so they are the standard note card size and fit perfectly into size A2 envelopes. You can find note card envelopes usually at an office supply store and I have also seen colored ones too. I have also found some Kraft color card stock and envelopes at Hobby Lobby. Those make really neat looking cards.
Graphics by Natalia Scrapbook Designs
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Now on to the Pintabulous Easter/Spring party!
You can see Tammy from Creative K Kid’s post about DIY Easter Tissue Paper Suncatchers HERE.
You can see Stephany from Freshly Squeezed Lemonade’s post about DIY Photo Canvas on Wood HERE.
This would be great for those beautiful Easter pictures!
You can follow us on Pinterest HERE and link up your own Easter or spring posts below on the linky! Come back next week to read about some of our favorite Easter and spring recipes, and you can link up again! We’ll try to pin your posts to our board! We would love it if you grabbed our button, but you don’t have to!