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Fun Easter Pots!

I am way excited about my new Easter printable!  I was originally going to just tie it together with some cute ribbon and make it into a bunting for my fireplace, which would be really cute, but  I decided to use each individual letter and put them in painted pots and look at what I came up with!

You could also just print these, cut them out and punch holes in each side and tie with some cute ribbon to make a darling Easter banner!  You could also make these smaller and use for cupcake toppers.  So cute!

These are now available in my shop as a pdf download.

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23 thoughts on “Fun Easter Pots!

  1. My wife, Bunny, loved this idea. Just had to make it. She used a good quality photo paper for the letters. This gives them a nice glossy finish and they are a heavy stock.

    Thanks for sharing!!!

  2. these are wonderful! i put them out for my friends to see when they visit. what a hit they are.. thanx for sharing them with me. Happy Easter to you!

  3. I love these Easter pots! So adorable! I’m gonna have to make them – thank you for sharing the printables!

  4. Rita,
    You have some of the most darling printables and ideas. My daughter is going to fall in love with these on sight. I also shared these with the gals I work with and everyone loved them! Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful creations. I see more Easter decorating in my plans for tonight.

    1. Thank you so much for your kind comment! Love it when I hear from my readers and I am so glad that you are able to use some of my ideas.

  5. This is super cute! I LOVE it! I have an idea, make ones that spell “SPRING” and “SUMMER” that way we can enjoy them longer :-). Thank you for sharing the free printables!

  6. These are beautiful, I can only wish Easter would hurry and arrive again. Thank you. I love the idea of the flower pots instead of a banner, but who knows, maybe I’ll make a matching banner. LOL

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