5 free Easter printables you can have ready for Sunday. Each one gorgeous.

Easter Garland: And other free Easter printables!

My box of Easter decorations may sit unopened in the basement this year, but I can still make my home festive beyond the colored Easter eggs, with printables. Here I’ve gathered up a bunch of free Easter printables to get me in the mood for the bunny’s arrival.


Easter garland

Little Miffy fans will bounce all over the house when they see you’ve made Minieco’s printable rabbit garland.

And if you aren’t sure you’re handy enough with a craft knife to get those eyes and little mouth just so, no worries. I think a string of rabbit heads would look pretty cute even without the features cut out.

Easter bunny silhouette

A classic silhouette with a decidedly Easter-y shape, Craftily Ever After’s spring rabbit printable would look perfect over the mantle or in a kid’s room, any time of year. I particularly love the crisp black-and-white silhouette against the casual burlap-esque background.

Woodland Easter Printable: Mooo printables

Loopy Easter Printable: Mooo printables

Vibrant Easter Printable: Mooo printables

Australia’s Mooo has generously created three complete sets of Easter Party Printables–each with egg rings, gift tags, bag labels and cards. And, yes, they are all free for you to print and cut out. In fact, I think the hardest thing is picking which of the three designs I like the best. I know which one my kids will pick!

Eat Drink Chic Origami Bunny

Origami Bunny Tag from Eat Drink Chic will look so nice hanging from the potted tulips I pass out on Easter Sunday–or on any basket or gift, really. And while the tutorial shows how easy it is to add a little glitter to this image, I think the tags are perfect, sparkle-free.

Makoodle Hip Hip Hop Easter Printable

I don’t care if this isn’t traditional in the least but Makeoodle’s Hip Hip Hop Easter printable cracks me up every time I look at it. Sneak this into your decor and see how long it takes for your guests to start rapping out loud.


Senior Associate Editor Christina Refford loves homeschooling, running, cool kids’ music, and coffee. Not in that order.


  • Reply April 5, 2012


    i don’t know why I have such an affinity towards printables! that bunny garland is sooo adorable!!

  • Reply April 23, 2012

    Linda Norton

    I wish I had found your blog before Easter. I love the crisp look of the black and white silhouette bunny. It’s simply elegant. Love your blog!

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