Tag Archives: Easter printable

I love you more than Easter Eggs

Thursday’s Thought-I Love You More…

I found this fun little saying at Home Goods when we were on our trip in Arizona last week! It just brought a smile to my face when I saw it and I thought of all of my cute little grandkids and it reminded me of them!I love you more than Easter EggsIsn’t this a fun little saying?  

I put it beside one of my fabric bunnies on a table in my entry way.  I love the springy pink color and it just brings a smile to my face every time I walk by and see it.

Do you have any fun spring sayings that make you happy?  I would love to hear them if you want to share!

I have been busy finishing some of the projects that I was working on while we were on vacation, and some of the new ones that I just got!!   I tell myself that I have to hurry and get my everyday work done first and then I can play! :)  We have a ton of yard work to do now, since our weather has been wonderful, so I try to work outside a little bit every day and then I play when I am done!  This is good incentive for me to get my work done fast!  :)

Hope you are having a great Thursday!  Tell someone you love, that you love them more than Easter Eggs today!

Here is one more Easter thought that I posted year!Here-comes-Peter-Cottontail-000-Page-1

Here Comes Peter Cottontail.  

This is a fun printable that you can print and frame to put with your Easter decor!  Go to the link for the full size printable.

He-is-Risen-000-Page-1

Thursday’s Thought-He is Risen!

I mentioned last week that I love both the fun part of Easter and the Spiritual side!  

The hope that comes with the miracle of the risen Savior is truly something to celebrate.  So this week I wanted to do a thought that reflects my feelings about this beautiful Easter event! 

He-is-Risen-000-Page-1

 This is formatted to 8 x 10.  To print, right click over image and go to “save image as”  then save in a folder.  Or you can right click over the image and go to “copy image” then open up a program like Word or Presentations.  Right click again and go to “paste”, you can then print it.

So now you have printables to celebrate both the fun side of Easter and the truly remarkable Spiritual side! 

Have a great day everyone!

Thanks for Visiting!  Love Ya!

Keep in touch…Like on Facebook and Pinterest

 

DSC_0285

Count Down to Easter!

Today I have a fun little count down for the kiddos!  This is perfect to make for each of the kids or one for each family.  If you are a grandma with kids that live away from you, this is a fun little package to send in the mail!

DSC_0285

Continue reading

Here-comes-Peter-Cottontail-000-Page-1

Thursday’s Thought-Here Comes Peter Cottontail

I love to celebrate all the different holidays with my grandkids and Easter is no exception!  We love to celebrate with fun Easter egg hunts and Easter dinner.  My own kids have some very fond memories of Easter Egg Hunts that their grandpa used to do and the excitement of trying to find that one “golden” egg that had the $5 bill in it!  It is fun to now try to make some fun memories for their kids and the excitement of finding those “golden” eggs!

But I also love the spiritual celebration that Easter brings!  

So for today’s thought I decided to do a fun whimsical thought and then I will do a spiritual one later!

So Here Comes Peter Cottontail…

Here-comes-Peter-Cottontail-000-Page-1

Continue reading

calendar-magnets-006-March-Easter

March Calendar Ideas

Today I have my calendar ideas for March!

This was kind of a tricky month with both St. Patrick’s Day and Easter, so I just went with a general spring theme for the calendar and then made two printable magnets-one for St. Patrick’s Day and one for Easter!  So you get a double bonus this month!

DSC_0236

Continue reading

DSC_0078

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!

Continue reading