No time to make an Easter card this year? Download this free printable Easter colouring card and let your kids use pencils, markers or crayons to colour it in themselves. Such an easy way for kids to say “Happy Easter” to friends and relatives—and no fancy supplies are required!
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Last year, I shared these 23 Adorable Easter Card Ideas for Kids, and a lot of your loved the projects that were included.
But what if you just don’t have time to make an Easter card from scratch?
If you’re running short on time this year, not a problem. Simply download this free printable and use it to colour your own Easter card at home!
This printable is a fun and easy way to get your kids involved in celebrating Easter. And because they can colour in the card on their own, that means Mom and Dad with have more time to tackle one of the million items on their to-do list.
Download Your Free Easter Colouring Card
The foldable card measures a total of 10×7 inches, which makes it 5×7 inches when folded. This means that once the full-sized card is coloured in and folded in half, it will fit perfectly inside a standard A7 envelope.
To download this free Easter card colouring page, click the download link below the image (no sign-up required):
The PDF download consists of a single-page colouring printout with a cute Easter-themed design to colour in. The card features an adorable Easter chick popping out of an Easter egg as well as the words “Happy Easter” in bubble letters.
This Easter card colouring sheet is appropriate for kids in preschool, kindergarten or first grade… but if you have kids aged 10 and up, the more intricate details should keep their attention, too.
How to Use Your Colour-In Easter Card
1. Print Card
Once you’ve requested and downloaded the file, open it on your phone or computer and print the Easter card template on a sheet of Letter-sized paper or cardstock.
Note: While you can use regular printer paper if that’s what you have on hand, I recommend that you use cardstock. It’s a lot sturdier and because it’s thicker, it will prevent the ink from bleeding through if your child decides to colour the card with markers.
2. Colour Card
Colour in the drawings using crayons, pencils, markers or whatever else you have on hand. Some parts of the design are more intricate, so feel free to use as few or as many colours as you like!
3. Cut Out Card
Use scissors to cut along the lines. You can also use a paper trimmer if you happen to have one at home (I LOVE mine), but this is totally optional and scissors will work just fine.
4. Fold Card
Carefully fold the card along the line in the middle.
5. Write Message
Once the coloured in card has been folded in half, write a message on the inside. Then, place it in an A7 envelope and it will be ready to deliver!
This printable colouring card is a great way for kids say “Happy Easter” to their friends and relatives that won’t require much time or supplies.
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