A little DIY can go a long way toward creating a fun and relaxing family evening, entertaining the kids, or adding a homemade touch to your holiday celebrations! In our series Arts, Crafts, & Cookies, get ready to grab your favorite snacks and get to crafting with printable coloring pages, gift tags, greeting cards, and more. These printable Easter coloring pages and Easter cards are fun DIY crafts for the whole family. Entertain the kids with the coloring pages while you prepare Easter dinner, or send a friend an Easter gift basket with a thoughtful card.

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Easter is almost here! We’ve repurposed the cute decorations from our Easter gift baskets and towers into DIY printables you can use at home during the holiday. The whole family can join in on coloring Easter bunnies and writing thoughtful Easter cards to family and friends near and far.

Printable Easter Coloring Pages

Printable Easter Coloring Page with Bunny

These printable coloring pages are a great indoor activity for kids of all ages. Kids can color in a bunny and chick, or choose between two different Easter egg designs. Or you can print them all and keep the kids entertained while you cook Easter dinner. They go great with a side of Easter cookies, too!

Printable Easter Cards

Printable Happy Easter Card

Let someone know you’re thinking of them by sending them one of these printable Easter cards. Choose between a card with a cute bunny and Easter egg, or one with a classic “Happy Easter” message on the front. The inside is blank for you to write your loved ones a personal message. You can also make it a family activity and have your kids draw something special inside.

Kids and adults alike will love working on these indoor activities together. And if you can’t get enough of the Easter creativity, you can try these DIY Easter baskets. Enjoy the spring crafting!


Brooke Younker has been on Harry & David's Social Media team since 2019. Her dad started working at the company the week she was born, so she grew up touring the candy kitchen and enjoying all the Moose Munch she could eat. When she's not writing about Royal Riviera Pears, you can find her exploring new mountain trails, trying new Southern Oregon wineries, or hanging out at her local CrossFit gym.

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