I am thrilled to be joining my sweet friend, Kristen from Ella Claire, once again for another seasonal blog hop featuring 29 beautiful Easter printables…all for free. You can take a closer look at each one at the end of today’s post, I think you’ll have a hard time choosing a favorite.
We’ve never decorated our home completely for Easter. Instead, we opt for simple signs of the holiday and spring in general, like bouquets of understated white tulips – a favorite of mine. Although now that our daughter is starting to understand and embrace each holiday more and more we have begun embracing each one a little bit more too.
Yesterday I shared an Easter tablescape I designed (you can see it here) using moss, florals and a cute little bunny, which quickly became our little one’s newest friend. 🙂
Speaking of bunnies, when I think of Easter sweet little baby animals always come to mind, in particular, baby chicks. So when it came time to create an Easter printable to share with you, I decided to create something simple that could last through Easter and the spring season, or even look absolutely adorable in a nursery.
I found a vintage image of a baby chick here and used Photoshop to create this sketch effect. I think it’s so subtle and cute, I might make a few more of these sketches this season.
Framed in this simple gold frame I think it has a bit more of a modern look and feel and I love the little touch of spring it adds to our kitchen.
To download this image right-click on it and choose Save As. As always, please remember our printables are for personal use only. I hope you enjoy it!
Do you decorate your whole home for Easter, or add subtle touches here and there? We’d love to hear from you!
Black and White Easter Bunny by Design Dining and Diapers