How to make ornaments with free printable colored Easter eggs!

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Cut out these adorable floral bunnies and Easter egg printables to make double-sided ornaments or frame them as art for instant Easter decor.

Do you feel uninspired or overwhelmed when you prepare for an upcoming holiday? Maybe the thought of searching through the attic or closet for old decorations doesn’t sound enticing.

Today I’m teaming up with Casa Watkins Living for day 3 of A Very Global Easter and we are participating with 13 other bloggers in a spring printable blog hop to make seasonal decorating easy for you!! A huge thanks to Carrie from Lovely Etc. for hosting.

Printable Easter Decorations

Printable Colored Easter Eggs:  Easter egg printable
Printable Colored Easter Eggs
Very Global Easter 2020
A Very Global Easter

Scroll down to see all participating bloggers’ free printables and turn on your printer because you’ll find something perfect for your spring and Easter decor this year!

If you are new here, howdy! I’m a recently retired military spouse who moved back to Texas after being gone 19 years. I’ve perfected the art of rental decorating and overcoming challenges in small spaces the last fifteen years but now am tackling homeownership with a new set of challenges! I love infusing a colorful, global style with DIYs and furnishings in our one-story 60’s ranch-style home.

Printable colored easter eggs and bunnies in floral and botanical prints ready to be cut out for easter ornaments or decorations.
Printable Colored Easter Eggs and Rabbits

My gifts to you today are boho-floral eggs and bunnies that you can cut and use as ornaments or frame as art. Be an insider!! Subscribe below for access to these printables and more!

Free printable easter eggs that have a modern pattern to print out and use for easter decorations.
Printable Floral Eggs Cut Out

How to Make Paper Egg and Bunny Ornaments

I created the second print as a mirror copy of the first so when you cut out the eggs and bunnies they match up to their counterparts to make a double-sided ornament.

Easter Egg Printable Edited

How to Make Paper Easter Egg and Bunny Ornaments

Active Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes

Print and cut out colorful floral and botanical Easter eggs and bunnies to hang on an Easter tree.

Materials

  • Printable colored Easter eggs and bunnies download
  • Cardstock
  • Decorative string or ribbon

Tools

  • Scissors
  • Craft glue

Instructions

  1. Download and print out both eggs and bunnies files on cardstock so you have 2 sheets.
  2. Cut out the Easter eggs and bunnies.
  3. Cut nine pieces of string 6 inches long.
  4. Match up the egg and bunnies shapes from 1 sheet to the other so you have a double-sided shape.
  5. Glue the string in between the two pieces at the top to create a hanger.
  6. Let dry and hang. Easter Tree Diy Edited 4

Notes

Make an Easter tree in minutes! Cut a couple of small branches or stems off of a bush or small tree. Place in a vase with water and hang your paper Easter egg and bunny ornaments.

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Modern patterns make these Easter egg printable decorations super cute! You’ll find a botanical print egg, cactus egg, and pink floral bunnies.

Colorful botanical printable easter eggs and bunnies cut out and laying on a marble table.
Mirrored Printable Colored Easter Eggs and Bunnies

Use craft glue with a piece of string between the two pieces to attach together.

How to make egg ornaments with a free printabe easter eggs and bunnies patterned shapes.
How to Make Printable Egg and Rabbit Ornaments

They make darling party favors and look pretty on a plate setting. Make sure to display a few of these Easter egg cutouts on your Easter Tree!

DIY paper bunny and egg ornaments with colorful prints are on a table with jewel toned easter eggs ready for an Easter tree.
DIY Easter Ornaments

We have a lot of sage in our garden so this year I decided to cut a few branches and put them in a black Asian vase that I found at a thrift store when we lived in Japan. I added my floral paper bunnies and eggs, DIY floral Easter eggs with tassels, and washi eggs to create a large Easter tree in our living room.

It looks so pretty between a pair of blue velvet armchairs and gold-painted mirrors. You can see the reflection of a gallery wall and a little bit of a DIY german smear fireplace I did when we first moved in!

A pretty Easter tree with fresh green branches in a black asian vase with paper and faux easter eggs is on a white table with a large white bunny in front of gold mirrors.
DIY Easter Tree with Easter Egg Printable Ornaments

I enjoy making seasonal decorations for Easter and Christmas with Stephanie every year and I hope you enjoy them too. We love switching it up with unique global-inspired ideas.

Have fun checking out Stephanie’s Make Your Own Custom Art and all of the beautiful printables below for stress-free Easter decorating.

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Spring Printables

6 Fresh and Colorful Free Spring Printables from Lovely Etc.

Free Botanical Illustrations for Spring from Twelve on Main

Free Printable Spring Azalea Photography from Charleston Crafted 

Farm to Table Spring Printable from Houseful of Handmade

Make Your Own Colorful Art from Casa Watkins Living

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Spring Printables

Spring Printable Wall Art from A Fresh Squeezed Life

DIY Hanging Botanical Art with Free Printable from Postcards from the Ridge

Chic Flower Art Free Spring Printable from This is Our Bliss

Bloom Where You Are Planted from Domestically Speaking

Free St. Patrick’s Day Printable from Green with Decor

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Spring Printables

Free Watercolor Spring Printables from Meegan Makes

Hello Spring Banner Printable from Sunny Side Design

Spring Printables for You from Chrissy Marie Blog

Printable Colored Easter Egg and Rabbit Ornaments from Up to Date Interiors

Watercolor Plants Free Spring Printables from Refresh Living

Make sure to check out the best decorating ideas and DIYs for Spring and Easter! You’ll find loads of information with free checklists and cheatsheets.

kathy
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4 Comments

  1. Absolutely adorable! You have so many great ideas to celebrate Spring. I can’t wait to make some of these with the grands! Thanks for sharing. Pinned for later.

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