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Mini Printable Easter Cards

Forget running out to the store for a last minute card – just print these instead! These fun, modern printable Easter cards may be mini, but they’re majorly big on cuteness. Complete with envelope and liner, they look polished enough to give to just about anyone. Read on for the download.

DIY Easter Mini Card
DIY Easter Mini Card

The mini cards strike again! It’s so fun to put out a new mini card design every so often, and I thought Easter would be a perfect opportunity for another. But these mini Easter cards are new and improved because I added a fancy envelope liner that goes with it! It’ll just take you a few minutes to download, print, and get it into an Easter basket.

Why Print Your Own Cards?

I love sharing printable cards here for a few reasons. First, I’m always that person who puts off buying a card for a party or event until the last minute – and then has nothing. And I don’t want to run to the store to grab one!

Secondly, greeting cards are expensive, friends. I mean, every time I flip over a greeting card to check the price I’m shocked! So you can download this printable card just once and print it over and over again. My wallet thanks me every time I use one of the mini cards.

And finally, giving the gift of handmade just feels so much more special! I love that these are a little quirky and different. And that when you give them, they look polished and beautiful but unique – so your recipient knows that they were made by you.

Printable EAster Cards

So let’s get to it! Here’s how to print and create your own mini Easter cards.

Materials

Make Time: 10 Minutes

Instructions

  1. Download the Easter Mini Card file.
  2. Print onto white cardstock
  3. Cut all three pieces (card, envelope, and envelope liner) along the outer edges.
  4. Add double-stick tape to the back of the envelope liner. Apply the liner to the envelope, lining the bottom edges up evenly.
  5. Score and fold the card and the envelope. To make the envelope, fold in either side first, securing with a tiny piece of double-stick tape. Then fold the bottom up and secure with tape as well.

Download the printable EAster Card File

DIY Easter Mini Card
DIY Easter Mini Card
DIY Easter Mini Card
DIY Easter Mini Card

Other Ways to Use the EAster Mini Cards

These are super cute in Easter baskets, but they’re also great for all kinds of other things as well! They’d make fun little spring hello cards, teacher thank yous, messages for your kids’ lunch boxes, and lots more.

Also, if you want a card with a different design on the front, you could always get crafty and cover the front message with some colored paper, decoupage, stickers, dried flowers, or just about anything.

Print one out for each of your pals and spread around the Easter wishes. Bunnies be hoppin’, y’all. xoxo

Rabbit by Theresa Stoodley from The Noun Project.

DIY Easter Mini Card
DIY Easter Mini Card
DIY Easter Mini Card
Yield: Easter Cards

Printable Easter Cards

Printable Easter Cards

These mini printable Easter cards are a perfect Easter craft!

Active Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes

Materials

Instructions

    1. Download the Easter Mini Card file.
    2. Print onto white cardstock.
    3. Cut all three pieces (card, envelope, and envelope liner) along the outer edges.
    4. Add double-stick tape to the back of the envelope liner. Apply the liner to the envelope, lining the bottom edges up evenly.
    5. Score and fold the card and the envelope. To make the envelope, fold in either side first, securing with a tiny piece of double-stick tape. Then fold the bottom up and secure with tape as well.

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