Our Essential Guide to DIY Easter Cards

Read on for our essential guide to Easter Cards, showing you the best way to make homemade Easter cards and (if you’re feeling a bit lazy) where you can buy some super cute ones!

Easter Cards

Did you know that the practise of sending cards started way back in the 19th century?

According to the Royal Mail: “Early Easter Cards took the form of a postcard” and featured Easter symbols, scenery and sometimes well-known buildings.

The Royal Mail say: “By 1910 lambs, poultry, and eggs featured heavily on cards as a symbol of rebirth. The Easter Bunny also appeared frequently.”

We hope that’s given you some inspiration for making your very own Easter Cards . . .

‘Chic’ Easter Cards

Are you looking for a homemade Easter Card idea that your kids can help with?

1) If your little darlings are up for getting their digits messy get them to make some yellow finger or thumb prints on some white paper.

2) Then you can turn each print into an Easter chick, by adding detail with a fine liner (try our PIN pens).

3) Then stick the white paper onto coloured card and you’re done!

Thanks to the Red Ted Art Blog for this simple Easter Card idea.

Buy A Cracking Easter Card

We love funny Easter cards, especially this eggcellent one from Paperchase. And if you happen to be shopping in Paperchase it’s worth remembering they stock uni-ball’s eye micro pens (   ), which are great for the neat handwriting you need in greetings cards!

You can check out Paperchase’s Easter card range here.

 

 

Easter Card Making Kits

If you are looking to make a large amount of Easter Cards, you must check out Hobbycraft’s range of Easter card making supplies.

Hobbycraft’s range of stickers, stamps and embellishments can really make your handmade Easter cards extra special especially if you decide to make . . .

Photo Easter Cards

If you’ve got an eye for photography why not use some of your best springtime photos on your handmade Easter card?

This March is Craft Month and we’ll be sharing lots of ideas over on our uni-ball Facebook page.

Feel free to suggest your Easter craft ideas here too

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