Easter is nearly here and I almost forgot to share a fun Easter printable that I made for you!
There are many things that have been altered or canceled this spring, but Easter is not one of them. We may be celebrating at home– but we will absolutely still celebrate. This year, perhaps more than ever, we have so much time to enjoy the meaning of Easter.
The simplification of our schedule (due to Covid19) has allowed our family the gift of a quieter spring. Though we would not choose this season, it is the one we have– so we’re making the best of it.
One of the fun traditions we’ve always wanted to take part in is “egging our neighbors,” leaving filled eggs either in their yard or in a basket on their front porch with a friendly little note from us. This year, we found unopened plastic eggs in our seasonal stash and added a couple of bags of candy to our necessary Target pick-up. Boom!
(For this printable, I left the number of eggs open– in case you’re trying to bless several neighbors and don’t have exactly a dozen to spare.)
There are two options, click on the one you would like– save and print and you’re done!
Please share by link or on Pinterest– this is a free printable and I’m happy for all to have it, but please direct them back here to get there own!