From party printables and decorations, to coloring pages, and even kids’ crafts and games, this is the ultimate collection of free Easter printables!
I spent the entire weekend getting our house decorated for Easter…it’s so nice.
…Okay, you got me. That’s a complete lie. With three kids running around, I barely have time to take a shower over the weekend, much less get our house decorated.
And as much as I always want to get the house decorated for a holiday, it never really seems to happen until the very last minute. There’s something about a deadline that makes me actually get things done. Yes, it’s stressful; but that’s just who I am.
50+ Must Have (Free) Easter Printables
Then again, if I wasn’t that way, then I’d never have any reason to pull together so many awesome collections of freebies, like all these fun Easter printables that I’m sharing today. So, really, you win from my procrastination too.
Hooray! We’re all winners today!
There are over 50 Easter printables in the collection today. Which.is.awesome. And to make it easy, they’re all organized into different categories: party decorations, gifts and tags, crafts and activities, coloring pages, and games.
Party Decorations Easter Printables
Easter is one of the times when we love to gather together as a family. We pull together a formal dining table, and make it extra special. Why not make decorating and celebrating even easier with some free Easter printables intended just for parties?
- Capture the memories with the little ones by having them strike a pose using these fun photo booth props from Sunshine and Rainy Days.
- Winter and Sparrow has some more Easter photo booth props to add to the mix. I love how these two sets are so different from one another, yet they would work well put together!
- Put a few treats inside this cute printable Easter pillow box from Thrifty Jinxy and add them to each table setting.
- Add it to a candy bar in the basket or on the dessert buffet…either way this Moms Who Save’s candy bar wrapper is a fun addition to your Easter.
- I’m completely in love with this watercolor Easter egg place card template from Sustain my Craft Habit. It’s just so pretty!
- Mandy’s Party Printables has a Cute Happy Easter Banner complete with bunny rabbits and lettering!
- What a fun way to put an Easter spin on a classic DIY party decoration! Get your free printable bunny template and instructions for turning a paper rosette into the Easter bunny over at Lovely Planner.
- I think these watercolor and Easter egg inspired banners would go perfectly with the place cards up above. You can get all five for free right here!
- Don’t forget to add a little artwork to your mantel. This Hello Spring art printable from Happiness is Homemade is just perfect for it!
Printable Easter Gifts and Tags
Whether you want some unique gifts for classmates, a little something extra for neighbors or co-workers, or just a fun addition to Easter baskets, these 16 gift ideas and gift tags have you covered!
- What an adorable favor bag! Make it look just like a cute little Easter bunny with this free printable Easter bunny bag from Artsy Fartsy Mama.
- If your kid’s class hands out gifts before Easter, you’ll definitely want to check out this Bunny Bait Treat Bag Topper from Crafts By Amanda.
- Just say “Bunny Butt Treats” once and you’ll have all the kids giggling. Okay, even I’m giggling. Not only is the idea silly, but they’re so cute too! (Get your template at Down Redbud Drive)
- Some people are feeling Mason Jar overload, but I’m not there yet, and these Bunny Tails Mason Jar Labels from Uncommon Designs Online are an adorable way to top off a small jar of treats to give away.
- You just have to see all the detail on this bunny gift tag from Boxwood Avenue. I definitely wish I had those drawing skills!
- Then again, if you want something a bit less traditional, Crafts by Amanda has some brightly colored Easter basket tags with a bunny silhouette. Perfect for just about any recipient!
- If “Bunny Butt” doesn’t have the kids giggling, then “Easter Bunny Poop” definitely will! These are perfect for get togethers with little kids.
- Look at that adorable bunny belly! Down Redbud Drive makes these Easter bunny treats super easy with that cute peeps-style printable template.
- Easter carrot treat bags like these are a modern classic, and Thrifty Jinxy has a sweet little tag to go with them!
- Here’s another cute treat container from Down Redbud Drive, this time in the shape of an Easter egg. (Seriously, I can’t seem to get enough of these!)
- If your family loves puns as much as ours does, then you’ll love these “Oh Hoppy Day” Gift Tags from Kenarry!
- I haven’t yet met a kid that doesn’t love Peeps, so this Peeps Gift Tag from Mama Cheaps would be perfect as a gift to kids or from kids to their teachers.
- This Ole Mom made some cutesy little printable Easter bag toppers that will be perfect for just about any treat you want to give.
- Give the gift of a tasty morning (okay, or even afternoon) snack with Finding Zest’s “Hunny Bunny” Printable Tags.
- Want to reduce the amount of candy you’re putting in Easter baskets this year? Add some of these cute printable Easter Gift Certificates instead! The Housewife Modern has a collection of several pages with pre-written gifts, and even blank cards for you to add your own ideas too!
- Sometimes you just want a simple, bright, and bold tag to show how much you care. Artsy Fartsy Mama’s “Somebunny Loves You” tags fit the bill perfectly.
Printable Easter Crafts and Activities
Looking for something fun to do with the kids? These crafty Easter printables are a great way to pass a little bit of spare time together.
- Make a special Easter card for a grandparent or teacher with The Best Ideas for Kids’ Easter bunny cards. Just print the cards out and let the kids do the decorating.
- Saving Dollars & Sense makes it easy to teach children about the reason we celebrate Easter with a colorful Resurrection Eggs printable and activity.
- Fill your Easter egg hunt eggs with bunny money so the kids can trade in their bucks for fun activities like staying up late or family game night. (via Thrifty Jinxy)
- Speaking of cards to make for grandparents, this pop up Easter egg card by The Soccer Mom Blog is just so much fun. Grab the free printable template and make your own!
- I love how versatile this Easter egg color-in template is from The Best Ideas for Kids. Just print them out, cut, color-in, and then use the eggs for all sorts of activities: Easter egg hunts, decorating the house, hat decorating contests. There’s no limit to the possibilities!
- Have a Pokemon fan in the family? They’re going to love these Pokemon Easter eggs printables from Simple Everyday Mom!
Easter Printables Coloring Pages
One of the easiest quiet activities to get my kids to do is to color-in a fun sheet that they haven’t done before. And I love seeing how creative and colorful they get! Grab a bunch of these before you head out to dinner and let the kids have some fun!
- Crayons and cravings has a simple Easter egg coloring page that’s perfect for toddlers and preschoolers.
- Finding Zest has some sweet Easter eggs coloring pages full of hearts, flowers, polka dots, and stripes. So much opportunity for creativity there!
- Want more than just Easter eggs to color? Simple Everyday Mom also has some adorable Easter printable coloring pages with adorable ducks and bunnies too!
- Who doesn’t love a good bundle? 5 Minutes for Mom has a pack of Easter themed coloring sheets and crossword puzzles that you can download and give out to your kids. Easy peasy!
- Real Mom Recs has another good pack of coloring pages that is great for younger kids too.
- If you’re looking for something more detailed, then you’re going to love these mandala-style Easter coloring pages from Winter and Sparrow.
- How creative is this? Use Skittles to create watercolor paint and use it on this cute Easter egg printable from Conservamome.
- I wish our dyed Easter eggs looked as fun and festive as these Easter egg Coloring Pages from Simple Everyday Mom!
- We’ve definitely got one kid that resists anything to do with practicing reading skills. So I love the idea of making it fun with this Easter Sight Words Coloring Page by April GoLightly.
Printable Easter Games and Activities
Wondering what to do once the baskets are emptied and the Easter egg hunt is over? Why not try some of these printable Easter games?
- The cute faces on all of these colorful spring and Easter icons make Artsy Fartsy Mama’s Easter Bingo a great choice for little kids.
- You can also sneak in a little math with some Easter Math Puzzles made by That Kids Craft Site.
- Ever heard of the game Roll and Cover? I hadn’t before, but it looks like a simple enough game to play with most kids. Get the full instructions plus an Easter themed roll and cover download over at Happiness is Homemade.
- It always cracks me up to watch kids try to do mazes. The really little kids blatantly skip over everything or treat it as a coloring page, but the older kids might focus quite hard to finish the maze the right way. No matter the age range, Mommy Made That has a full pack of Easter maze games your kids can try out.
- If your kids love playing Memory then everyone will have fun with this free printable Easter Memory game from Play Party Plan.
- I love that The Quiet Grove included a set of pieces with their free Easter Bingo printable. use them as tiles to pull shapes out of a hat, or let the kids use them while playing.
- Jinxy Kids crammed 26 words into a single Easter word search game – and they’re not as easy to find as you might think!
- Older kids (and even adults) will probably enjoy a brain teaser like Happiness is Homemade’s Easter word scramble.
- Happiness is Homemade also has a cute Easter inspired treasure hunt to play. You don’t even need to think about the clues. Talk about easy!
- Most printables are geared toward the little kids, but what about more mature guests? This lovely printable word search from Julie Planner has a more sophisticated and traditional feel to it.
- Here’s another cute printable Bingo card from Play Party Plan that you can use with the kids. Put it together with the other two, and you’ve got an awesome set for a crowd!
- The Housewife Modern has some more Easter treasure hunt cards. I love the fill-in-the-blank cards to help kids figure out the answers.
- I’m definitely thinking that my older kids would love this Easter word search from Jinxy Kids which is full of religious words to reinforce the real reason for the holiday.
- One more set of treasure hunt cards for you! Play Party Plan has a set full of silly locations and bright colors that the kids are sure to love.
- We’ve got a lot of Easter Word Searches this year! Crayons and Cravings has a fun Easter word search game the kids are sure to love.
- This isn’t just one word search, Mommy Made That has a whole set of Easter word search games.
Now It’s Your Turn
There are still a couple weeks left until Easter this year, but that doesn’t mean you need to take a whole weekend to get ready. All it takes is some of these awesome free Easter printables, and you’ll be set. So, I want to know…
Which of these Easter printables is your favorite?
Are you ready for Easter?