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Easter Fun with Rose Redd Said :: Guest Post

Hello everyone! I’m Rochelle of I’m so grateful to Bernetta for having me here on Bernetta Style! My blog is all about lifestyle…the mama/wife lifestyle that is. So, that always brings me to a place where I have to make something with little time and a limited budget!
I wanted to share some FREE Easter printables with you all today. I’m also a designer and crafter ( and I KNOW it helps to have some freebies to get your creative mojo going sometimes. Especially when a holiday is fast approaching!
Make some cute treat bags with the circle printables! Puch a hole in them, add some ribbon, curl the ends with scissors and BOOM…instant cuteness!


I made this cute treat box with an electronic die cutting machine BUT…you can find a pillow box or a teat box in Hobby Lobby and cut the circle out of the middle of one of the printables and adhere it to your favor box.


Here is another idea! Buy some glassine bags or small brown paper bags and adhere one of the square printables. I think the pink on a brown paper bag would be so adorable!


Now, he is the fun part! INVITATIONS!!! I simply cut them out, and matted them with some darker colored card stock. Drop these in the mail or take them to your child’s class. They’re super cute and help set the theme for your little Easter Egg Roll!

I hope you are inspired to create a fun and fabulous Easter party for your family and friends!

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Here are some print outs for you all!! Enjoy




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  • kita
    March 26, 2013 at 7:38 pm

    How cute. I love Easter mostly for the colors and the candy. I will be going to check out the blog and other designs.

  • NeShanta
    March 26, 2013 at 10:36 pm

    Love it Ro. Great ideas.

  • Katherine Phillips
    March 31, 2013 at 3:39 am

    These are so cute!!! I love it!!!

  • Joyce Brewer
    April 1, 2013 at 1:57 am

    I feel so badly for not going all out for Easter and my son’s Easter basket. Thanks for the reminder than printables can make crafts simple and fun!