Even if you have to nix this year’s Easter egg hunt due to social distancing guidelines, don’t let that dampen your egg-citement. You can still send your happy thoughts to your loved ones with personalised, handmade Easter greeting cards.
With a little over a month to order your cardstock and prepare your arts and crafts supplies, you have plenty of time to put on your creative hat and get to work. To help you get started, we’ve rounded up some cool examples of Easter greeting cards from templates and DIY projects you can work on by hand.
Have a Hoppy Easter!
Hop on over to Canva to customise this cute Easter greeting card, complete with rabbit ears, streamers, and whimsical handwritten font. While pink and white make up the card’s colour palette, feel free to customise it with the colours that best suit your Easter bunny’s personality. You can also replace the dots with eggs if that’s more to your liking. Just leave the pun alone, though — it’s really what ties the card together.
Available for £0.99 at Canva.
Chicks in a Pot
Source: As the Ink Dries
This one’s an oldie but a goodie from Sharon Burkert on her site As the Ink Dries. It comes complete with a paper insert with chicks as the “handle” and a pot that serves as the greeting card’s pocket/holder.
We recommend using our A4 Coloured Matte Paper for this project — specifically, our cherry red, mustard yellow, and coral cardstock. Be sure to get a bit of faux silk ribbon to complete the card’s entire look.
Easter Wishes Card
Lavender lovers, rejoice. This lavender-themed Easter greeting card from Michele Boyer is a great DIY project for beginner crafters, featuring a simple lavender and white background that you can embellish with a gingham stamp. The card’s focal points are made from die-cut cardstock and a bunny stamp that you can colour in with markers. Add a die-cut sentiment strip and add your custom greeting to complete the look.
Bunny Craft Card for Kids
Source: The Best Ideas for Kids
Here’s a cute crafting project that your kids will love. Even if you’re not the crafty type, don’t worry. These DIY greeting cards are all about having fun with the entire family — you probably already have most, if not all, of the supplies needed for this project.
For these fuzzy Easter cards, you’ll need our white cardstock and coloured cardstock in the colour of your choice, cotton balls and pom poms for the faux fur and nose, googly eyes and pipe cleaners for the whiskers. Don’t forget to download the free printable template on The Best Ideas for Kids site, print the cutouts on your card and get crafting!
Easter Bunny Card by Mathilde heart Manech
Source: Mathilde heart Manech
If you’re a minimalist who revels in clean lines and white space, this Easter greeting card by Lisa of Mathilde heart Manech should be right up your alley. For this DIY project, you will need washi tape, our A5 white card blanks, a marker pen to draw the bunny’s eyes, whiskers and mouth, and letter stamps (optional — you can write the lettering by hand).
Make Easter More Personal with Bespoke Greeting Cards
Whether you’re working off a digital template or crafting your cards by hand, a personalised Easter greeting card is a great way to celebrate life with your loved ones.
For all your personalised greeting card needs, The Paperbox has you covered. Explore our collection of greeting card supplies, card blanks, envelopes, and accessories, and get free UK shipping on all orders over £3.50.