Easter Cards to Make – Five Quick Ideas

Stuck for ideas this Easter? These quick, easy and brand new card ideas will certainly kick-start your springtime crafting! Here I show you how to make five quick and simple Easter cards to make in minutes.

Easter Cards to Make – Five Quick Ideas

Time to make: Around 15 minutes each card

Skill level : Beginner

What You Need

How to Make

1. Rabbit Card

  1. Start by covering your card blank with your chosen card or paper to represent the sky.
  2. Secure in place with double-sided tape and cut to size.
  3. Using green card, cut out grass to run alongside the bottom of your card.
  4. Draw and cut the rabbit template from card and cut around the silhouette on brown felt and cut it out.
  5. Secure the rabbit to your card using PVA glue.
  6. Use a white pom pom for the tail with a glue dot.
  7. Finish with Easter sentiment toppers.

2. Chick Egg Card

  1. Cut out three pairs of egg shapes from the polka-dot card blanks, using pinking shears for the jagged edges of the shell.
  2. Position chick toppers between each pair f card blanks.
  3. Position a season greeting.

3. Flower Butterfly Card

  1. Cut a contrasting strip to go across the middle of a card blank and secure in place with double-sided tape.
  2. Position your toppers on the card.
  3. Add a greeting topper.

4. Laser Cut Egg Card

  1. Start by cutting three and a half centimetres of the height of your card.
  2. Using pinking shears, cut two lengths of your choice of card, making sure that one long edge is left straight.
  3. Secure in place at the bottom using double-sided tape.
  4. Place the laser cut eggs onto the card using two strips of double-sided tape each.
  5. Add a greeting topper.

 5. Hanging Egg Card

  1. Start by cutting three centimetres off of the height of your card.
  2. Using pinking shears, cut one straight piece of a card of your choice, making sure that one long edge is straight.
  3. Secure in place with double-sided tape.
  4. Cut a length of twine that runs the length of the card and secure in place.
  5. Secure toppers on the card.
  6. Add a greeting topper.

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I have always had an almost unstoppable urge to be creative. I know that a lot of card makers and crafters have that same feeling. I used to call it my therapy, but I think it is more than that. I really ‘need’ to draw, paint, sew, arrange flowers and, of course, make cards. I have been incredibly fortunate to turn this ‘urge’ into a career.

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