These Easter Printables are perfect for your your mantle, gallery wall or as a table display for a Easter Sunday lesson. PLUS, you can use them as a gift of a friend, neighbor or for the women you visit teach.
We took a trip to the local home improvement store earlier this week and they’re loading in the plants by the truck load in the garden center. Even my kiddos, who love the snow, were excited at the chance to see some greenery and flowers! Take that, add some sunshine, and longer days and we’re definitely to Spring! As I watched all those small little plants being shelved on the racks I couldn’t help but feel excited about the prospect of a fresh start and a new season.
This year, I’m working on bringing the outdoors in and incorporating it into our Easter decor. I love bunnies and all that Easter involves, but I really want our decor to focus on the rejoicing that goes along with this holiday. Because Jesus Christ rose from the dead we can live again. He is Risen! And because of that we are made new and are perfected in Him! With that, I’m sharing my two favorite Easter decor pieces with you today. The He Is Risen banner and Hallelujah art print can both be downloaded below.
Download the He Is Risen Easter Banner
Download the Hallelujah Easter Art Print
Printing Tips & How To
- both files are designed to print on 8.5″ x 11″ white card stock. You can print them on a home color printer or send them to a local copy shop to print.
- I used my paper trimmer to cut the straight edges of the banner, and cut the bottom of the pennants with a good ol’ pair of scissors.
- The florals between the banner pieces are included in the download file. There are four different floral sprays and I cut them out with my scissors, leaving a white border. When I was a kid I was always amazed by teachers and my mom and their cutting abilities. (I’m a nerd, but I secretly wanted to cut like that, and would practice at home.) That said, there are a few tricks to cutting like that. First, start each cut with your paper towards the back of the scissors opening, so you have some length to work each curve. Second, don’t try to cut every angle, rather stick with bigger ones and go deep. And finally, don’t stress – if it’s not perfect, no one will know – it’s the look that you’re going for anyway.
Want to see my favorite Easter quote and score another free print? I’m posting over at Little LDS Ideas today and am sharing a favorite quote by Elder Neil L. Andersen. It would be perfect in creating a gallery wall with the Hallelujah print.