Looking for some quick and easy but inspiring Easter home decor? Look no more. I’ve got some elegant Easter printables from Paging Supermom in this post.
This is the seventh post in my #hallelujah series celebrating Easter and the LDS Church’s #hallelujah Easter campaign. (Scroll down for links to the other posts in this series–you’ll find tons of great ideas and printables!)
I was honored to be asked by Sugardoodle to participate with several other LDS bloggers in promoting this social media campaign.
This post features some elegant Easter decor from Paging Supermom!
You’re going to love the printable placemats, “He Lives” bunting banner, poster and more!
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Here’s a list of all the posts in this series:
- #hallelujah Easter Posters
- #hallelujah Empty Tomb Cookies Recipe and Activity Guide
- #hallelujah Nested Envelopes by Heidi Swapp
- #hallelujah Three Easter Projects from Melissa Esplin
- #hallelujah French Toast Easter Bake Recipe & Activity from My Computer Is My Canvas
- #hallelujah Easter Week Advent Activities from Sugar Bee Crafts
- #hallelujah Easter Videos & Updated Easter Thoughts & Inspiration Booklet
- #hallelujah 3×4-inch Pocket Scrapbooking Cards from Persnickety Prints
I am thrilled to invite you to participate with me by using these projects, sharing the Church’s Easter content, and posting and sharing photos on social media of how you utilize all these Easter projects and using the #hallelujah tag.
Easter Decor from Paging Supermom
Here’s what Paging Supermom says about these printables:
Easter is such a special holiday for my family, and today I wanted to share a little bit about why I love Easter, but also I have rounded up some fabulous resources to help make your Easter celebration beautiful, meaningful and totally easy to pull off!
One incredibly easy way to bring that Easter Spirit to life in your home is to create this “He Lives” banner. Using this free printable template created by PagingSupermom.com you can create this banner in a snap.
TO MAKE: All you need are six pieces of white cardstock, scissors, twine or ribbon, and a printer. Print, cut and string the pennants then hang it on your mantle or over a window to enjoy.
Along with the bunting banner is some elegant table decor including placemats, an 8×10-inch poster, napkin rings/water bottle label scripture strips, party flags (for sandwiches and more), punchables (for cupcake toppers), scripture tags and name cards.
Here’s what Paging Supermom says about this whole pack of inspiring Easter decor:
My family has a big Easter brunch, but these pieces would also be perfect to dress up your Easter dinner table or even use them for an egg decorating party or egg hunt. The templates include instructions, and most of the pieces are multi-purpose so they’ll be easy to incorporate with your family’s traditions.
My favorite part are these Scripture Strips that can be used as napkin rings (or as labels on water bottles). Have everyone take turns reading their scriptures out loud to tell the Easter Story. There are 12 scriptures in all, and the same scriptures are also on round scripture tags. If you will be having less than 12 people, you can use these round tags to supplement by tying the additional scriptures onto glasses or flatware. You could also put the Scripture tags inside of the eggs in your Easter hunt or tie them onto items in your children’s Easter baskets and have the kids look them up!
I’d like to add that you could use these printables on baked treats you give to your Young Women after your Easter lesson and incorporate the scripture labels/punchables and poster into your lesson material.
Check out this video if you want more Easter inspiration and a closer look at Paging Supermom’s beautiful Easter table.
And, pop on by over next week for the final post in this series (or follow to this blog) so you don’t miss out on more great Easter projects to come!
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See you soon for one more #hallelujah project!