Make a Christmas Tree Card

a christmas card

Easy Christmas crafts, especially Christmas crafts for toddlers and pre-schoolers, made with construction paper, pipe cleaner and pom poms are fun and easy crafts for kids to make. Here we have a Christmas tree card that kids can make.

Christmas tree card

Kids will love spending hours creating different colored Christmas cards and attaching them to their homemade Christmas gifts or placing them with presents under the Christmas tree.

Homemade Christmas Cards

The first known record of a Christmas greeting sent in the mail was in the year 1534.

But it wasn’t until 1843 that the practice of sending Christmas cards began.  The first cards were sent in the UK when people were encouraged to make use of the newly established “Public Record Office”, now known as the Post Office.

With the development of the printing industry, Christmas cards became more popular, even more so when the cost of mailing them dropped from one penny to half a penny.

It wasn’t until 1875 that Christmas cards were printed cheaply enough for the custom to catch on in America.

By the early 1900’s the custom of sending Christmas cards was widespread across Europe.

The first handmade cards were not created until the 1910’s and often featured foil or ribbon.

How to make a Christmas tree card



Free Christmas tree template

1 White craft cardboard

1 Red craft card 8 1/4ins x 6 ins

1 Green craft card. 6 ins x 4 ins

1 Brown card craft 2 ins x 2 ins

Ruler, paper glue, craft glue

2 gold pipe cleaners,

Scissors, pencil

Gold Pom Poms,

Colored stars


How to make a Christmas card

Download free template pattern [ Save as “template”]

Print onto A4 sheet (portrait)

Cut out Christmas tree pattern and

Trace onto white craft card and cut out

Trace and cut out Christmas tree pattern on to green and brown card

Using a paper glue stick, glue Christmas tree, then base in place

Bend one gold pipe cleaner around right edge of the Christmas tree

Using craft glue, start at the top and glue one section at a time

Press firmly on piper cleaner and allow time to dry each small section

Bend second pipe cleaner and glue each section, press and allow to dry

Using glue stick place each colored star onto Christmas tree card

Allow card time to dry and re glue sections if necessary

Your Christmas Tree Card is now complete

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The History of Christmas Card giving


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When we meet at Christmas time with family and friends, special memories are created that last for a lifetime, and traditions are important.

artificial christmas trees

Kids will love making Christmas tree ornaments out of construction paper, pipe cleaner, cotton balls or craft paper.  

Making Christmas cards is a particular favourite when it comes to finding craft ideas and Christmas tree craft. Your kids may like to decorate a paper plate or craft something out of salt dough using a popsicle stick, pipe cleaner or pom-poms.

When it comes to finding Christmas cards for kids to make, there are many craft projects to choose from.

Amongst the easy crafts for kids to make are simple Christmas card gift tags to be attached to gifts to place under the Christmas tree.

Christmas is a very special time of the year, when kids will love helping to decorate the Christmas tree with tinsel, candy canes and the all-important coloured lights, along with special Christmas tree ornaments.

After the Christmas tree decorations are arranged, the Christmas wreath can be carefully hung on the front door. The outdoor Christmas decorations and lighting light up the house, announcing the arrival of the festive season.

Christmas party celebrations and families gathering together, catching up and having lots of fun at Christmas time are very special times to celebrate the Christmas season.

These traditions and special occasions create memories that can last a lifetime.

How to create your Christmas card gift tags

Gift tags are easy Christmas crafts for kids to make.


1 white firm craft cardboard

4 sheets of Christmas wrapping paper

Ruler, pencil, craft glue stick, scissors

Silver and gold ribbon, hole-punch

Silver and gold metallic markers

Template for Christmas card gift tags



Download and print the free template (Right-click > Save As “Gift Tag” > Print)

+ Cut out the four paper Christmas card gift tags

+ Trace each white paper card pattern onto one sheet of white cardboard

+ Cut out each white card tag

+ Trace each white card onto the back side of Christmas wrapping paper

+ Cut out each gift tag

+ Roll glue stick over white card on one side

+ Place in position on the back of Christmas paper AND GLUE

OR, IF EASIER for younger children to position…

 + Place glued card onto back of the Christmas paper and cut out

+ Punch hole in the centre at the top

+ Fold ribbon in half and push folded end through hole

+ Place ends back through loop at the front and pull tight

Kids will love making their very own Christmas card gift tags to attach to their special present.

Download the free pdf template…


Christmas Crafts to Make

Christmas greetings

Along with candy canes, there are many crafts for kids to make and hang on the Christmas tree.  Christmas cards are often given to family and friends by children at Christmas time.  Kids can even make Christmas wreaths or artificial Christmas trees.


Christmas decorations come in all forms, like easy paper crafts such as Christmas origami. There are even easy painting ideas for kids or salt dough ornaments that can be hung on the Christmas tree.  It’s fun for the whole family to visit the Christmas store and buy a special Christmas tree to decorate with easy crafting ideas such as paper crafts for kids or easy origami for kids.  Adding tinsel is a great way to create a colorful Christmas tree.

Make a special Christmas card

Kids can also make a special Christmas card in which they can write their very own Merry Christmas greetings. Perhaps they can include a Christmas photo with Santa which might be a family Christmas photo.  Making free Christmas cards is one of many fun crafts that children can enjoy creating. Handmade Christmas cards and homemade Christmas cards with Xmas greetings are always gratefully received, especially photo Christmas cards.

Here is an easy Christmas card for your kids to make

Make Christmas ornaments for the Christmas table.

There are lots of easy crafts for kids on this website. Other fun crafts include paper plate craft and other art activities for kids.  If you need art ideas for kids or art and craft ideas, you will also find diy crafts for kids to create.   Even the very young can engage in preschool Christmas crafts such as making Christmas cookie decorations.

One of many fun crafts for kids to make is a tree topper for the Christmas tree.  Another great Christmas tree idea is to add homemade Christmas decorations that are the result of art projects for kids, such as making decorated gift boxes.

More Craft Ideas


handmade fathers day cards

The History of Father’s Day

Father’s Day celebrated its 100th anniversary on June 19 2020, and it all began when a young woman wanted to honor her dad.

Fathers day is a special day celebrated on different dates throughout the world. It is a day when families can come together and thank their fathers and all fathers for their example, influence and contribution they have made in the home and in society at large.

Fathers day was first celebrated in 1910 because a young woman wanted to recognise and honor her father’s efforts in raising her and her younger siblings on his own, as his wife had died in childbirth.

Today, Fathers Day is celebrated in Australia on the first Sunday in September.  In America, it is celebrated on the third Sunday in June.

Most of us love our dads and their contribution to our upbringing and take pleasure in giving them a gift each year to signify our love and respect.

Children love to have fun with their dads, granddads, step-fathers and other special men who are father figures in their lives, and who teach them skills and greatly influence their lives.

It has long been a tradition for many school children to create one of their own homemade fathers day cards to give their Dad.

So, there is no better way of demonstrating that Dads are special in their lives than to by creating one of our homemade Fathers Day cards.


There are many fathers day card ideas, but this particular one he will love as dads generally like to look at old vintage cars.

It’s one of many arts and crafts diy projects that teachers and parents can easily help their children participate in. Children can practise cutting and measuring skills, hand-eye co-ordination as well as develop their own creative abilities when following instructions on how to make homemade diy father’s day cards.

Follow the simple diy fathers day cards instructions on how to create your own fathers day card.




  • 3-dimensional vintage car craft picture (available from a craft store)
  • Brown craft card 10 1/2 ins x 5 1/4 ins
  • Red craft card 4 3/4 ins square
  • Small white craft card 1 3/4 ins x 1 ins
  • Small brown card 2 1/4 ins x 1 1/2 ins
  • Scissors, pencil, pen, ruler, glue
  • Double-sided tape, gold metallic marker


+ Cut all craft cards to size

+ Fold brown craft card in half

+ Glue red square in centre

+ Place road sticker in place

+ Glue vintage car

+ Place carefully in position

+ Double-sided tape 2nd vintage car top

+ Press carefully into position

+ Double-sided tape 3rd vintage car top

+ Press carefully in position

+ Double-sided tape 4th vintage car top

+ Press carefully in position

+ Glue small brown rectangle

+ Place carefully in top position

+ Write “Happy Fathers Day” message onto the white rectangle

+ Glue message in place

Your red and brown DIY Fathers Day Card is now complete

Have fun exploring more Fathers Day card ideas to surprise your dad, Grandpa or Step-Dad as they will love a personalized card to treasure.

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Create a 3D MOUSE CARD

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Create this cute decoupage Mouse Card…

Mickey Mouse

Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse were cartoon characters created in 1928 by gifted artist and animator Ub Iwerks and Walt Disney.

Ub Iwerks was the inventor of the animated cartoon.

Mickey and Minnie were animated characters who were playful musical cartoon personalities in the 1930’s and many people fell in love with them.

A popular, early TV series was called The Mickey Mouse Club and featured a lively team of young presenters who were known as the “Mouseketeers“.  

Children of the1950’s would rush home from school to watch the show on small black-and-white screen television sets.


You can obtain craft supplies from your favourite craft store or craft outlet. I suggest you visit Riots Arts and Crafts, Joanne’s or Michaels Canada.  Each outlet is an arts and crafts store and they are all fabulous places to visit, explore and purchase supplies. Your local craft fair will also have lots of supplies and ideas to create many fun projects to create and craft



  • Pattern of mouse craft card template
    • (download jpg image)
  • Dark blue craft card 7 ins x 10 ins
  • Pink craft card for ears
  • Light blue craft card for mouse
  • Ruler, pencil, pen, black texta, scissors
  • Double sided tape, craft glue
  • One pair of eyes, blue pipe cleaner

Before you begin, you will need to print the template image…

Right-click on the template image below and Save image as “Mouse Card”

Print the mouse card template pattern onto A4 paper (Fit to frame)

Let’s begin…



Cut out mouse pattern shapes

Cut dark blue craft card to size

Fold dark blue craft card in half

Trace mouse shapes onto craft card

Cut and fold craft card in half

Glue 1st mouse shape onto blue card

Glue on the first shape

Cut and arrange double sided tape

Place 2nd mouse craft card shape

Place double-sided tape both on ears

Arrange double-sided adhesive tape

Turn over, place ears carefully

Place double-sided tape on pink ear inserts

Turn over, place inserts carefully

Refer to photos for details

Place mouse ears in position

Place double-sided tape on head

Turn over, place carefully

Mark eye spot and glue eyes

Place mouse head in position

Mark nose and whiskers with texta

Cut craft pipe cleaner to size

Measure bent tail to size

Using craft glue, glue one end of tail

Add mouse nose, whiskers and tail

Your craft mouse card is now completed

Fun idea…

Write a special message inside the card,…..

“Wishing you a very happy Mouse Day!”

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craft fair


Before making a craft project, your children may enjoy exploring a favourite craft store, looking for different diy projects that are easy crafts to make… or 5 minute crafts to do in the holidays.

They will especially love visiting arts and crafts stores such as Michael’s Crafts and Riots Arts and Crafts for new inspirations, as each craft store has many varied hand craft ideas to try.

Some of these hand craft and diy projects might be wood craft activities or perhaps crochet, finger-knitting or kite-making, all of which are a lot of fun for children trying new skills.

Here is a 3-D card project based on “Freddo Frog”, that uses colored foam adhesive sheets, available from the above craft outlets.

The History of “Freddo Frog”

Freddo Frog is 90 years of age this year.  The Freddo frog candy bar was created in 1930 by Harry Melbourne, an employee of MacRobertson Chocolates Australia, when they were deciding on a new chocolate sweet. The FREDDO FROG CHOCOLATE CANDY BAR was a winner and has been enjoyed by everyone ever since.


  • 1 light green craft card 12″L x 6 1/2″ H to fold
  • 1 dark green foam adhesive sheet for leaf
  • 1 bright green foam adhesive sheet for frog
  • 1 bright yellow foam adhesive sheet for frog
  • ruler, pen, texta, craft glue, paper glue
  • scissors, 1 pair eyes, double sided tape
  • template image to trace all pattern shapes



Right-click on the image template below and Save as “Frog Card” on your computer….

  • print frog craft card image template
  • cut out frog pattern carefully
  • trace all patterns onto adhesive foam…
    • yellow frog tummy, mouth and eyes
    • dark green leaf,
    • bright green frog and legs
  • cut around foam patterns carefully
  • measure card size and fold in half

Making the card

1 Fold craft card with opening on right

2 Peel back leaf foam adhesive sheet

3 Centre leaf at the bottom of card

4 Mark black texta lines on leaf

5 Centre position of frog, and turn over

6 Peel back adhesive at top of frog

7 Place d/s tape on top of frog only

8 Place frog in centre of leaf and stick

9 Peel back yellow tummy shape

10 Place yellow tummy carefully on frog

11 Peel back small leg and place on frog

12 Peel back large leg and place on frog

13 Peel back eyes, carefully place on frog

14 Peel back mouth, place in position

15 If slightly in wrong place, gently adjust

16 Using craft glue, carefully place eyes

17 Using black texta outline mouth carefully

18 Outline around eyes also in black texta

Your 3-dimensional frog card craft is completed.

Diy projects are fun to make and your card is ready to give to a very special friend, teacher or family member.

You could perhaps change the colored craft card for a completely different color effect.

Freddo Frog

Freddo is one of Australia’s most popular children’s chocolates and is available from stores across Australia in a number of delicious flavours. Freddo is available as a 15g, a 35g size and a 200g share pack.

Freddo Frog is also available in America from Aussie Food Express.

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Create a Baby Elephant Gift Card


How to Create a Baby Elephant Gift Card…

Teach your child about animal conservation while creating this fun and colorful 3-D gift card…

Why is it important to protect baby elephants and their mothers?

Besides the fact that baby elephants are cute, does the environment really need elephants? …and why should we care?

Elephants are important to the earth’s ecosystem…

The ecosystem can be thought of as a complex machine that performs vital functions for all of us. These functions are important for both humans and animals. The whole ecosystem needs animals as much as they need it.  For example, forests and grasslands cool the planet, clean the air, and create rain clouds.

Why are elephants important?

Elephants are the largest mammals in Asia and Africa. Because of this they play a unique and irreplaceable role.  Here’s why…

First, not only do these elephants dig wells to get mineral rich water, but they leave behind footprints which can fill with water. This helps other small animals to access the same scarce resources. At the same time, these actions create micro-habitats for other small creatures such as Black Frogs that can lay eggs in the water. In fact, a single elephant footprint can turn into a miniature world full of life.

Second, elephants must eat, and they eat a lot. While grazing they are moving across their habitat, often eating about 18 to 20 hours per day. They can eat just about any plants, even ones with thorns.  

Elephants eat a lot of different grasses, leaves and branches, fruits and tree saplings and bark.  They can strip the bark off a tree, which eventually might kill the tree. This might sound destructive but realise that a dead tree also makes a good home for other animals like birds that like to nest in the hollows.

Third…Because of their large size, elephants make short work of large fruit with shells that are difficult to crack, and other animals benefit from the fruits that drop on the ground as elephants are foraging.

And finally, the plants themselves benefit because elephants are gardeners, and they deposit manure behind them.  In fact, elephants produce a lot of dung, which is important to the ecosystem. The dung protects and holds grass and plant seeds in a rich manure environment which allows these seeds to germinate. These plants and grasses grow and replenish the environment. 

So, without the elephants doing their thing in the environment, a lot of other animals would not survive.  Take out the elephants and you lose a lot of smaller species that depend on the elephants.

To take it one step further, if we compare a native ecosystem to one that’s bulldozed for development, you’re losing a lot of ecosystem services as well. The clean water that we drink and the air that we breathe are tied to that functioning ecosystem so, in the end, we all depend on those ecosystems to be healthy and vital.  

And getting back to the elephants, the native ecosystems, where the elephants are found, depend on the elephant.

So, it’s all a kind of cycle and we need elephants, especially baby elephants that grow into big elephants!

Now that we have learnt why elephants are important to the ecosystem it’s time to create another arts and crafts project.

If you don’t have a craft storage box to collect hand craft items, it may be a good idea to invest in one. You can always visit your local craft store or craft fair, as they will have a large range of craft card, paper, and many other items to choose from.  

 So, let’s create and craft this exciting 3-DIMENSIONAL BABY ELEPHANT CRAFT GIFT CARD…..


Elephant template image

Ruler, pen, pencil, scissors

Craft glue, paper glue,

Black texta, pink texta marking pens

1 pair of black eyes

1 green craft card 12″x 6″

1 pink craft card,

1 purple craft card

1 white craft card

Double sided (d/s) tape



1 Right-click and Save the template image for pattern. Print onto A4 white paper…

2 Cut out all elephant pattern shapes

3 Trace onto pink, purple, white card

4 Cut green card to size and fold in half

5 Lay out correct front side of shapes so as not to d/s tape incorrect side

6 Turn over each side for d/s tape,

7 Press lightly after each d/s tape application

8 Glue first elephant on to craft card

9 D/s tape on back of 2nd elephant (check it’s on the correct side)

10 Turn over and place exactly on top

11 D/s tape on back side of pink ears (Allow ears to show around edges)

12 Using 1st head shape, use d/s tape

13 Place on top of elephant

14 Cut along side of trunk

15 Slip tusks under trunk and secure

16 Turn over and place d/s tape

17 Mark places for eyes

18 Craft-glue each eye carefully

19 D/s tape both legs, turn over

20 Place carefully onto correct leg

21 Black texta, mark trunk and feet

22 Pink texta, mark trunk

Congratulations!  Your arts and crafts, DIY project baby elephant craft card is complete.

Elephant and Lion Finger Puppets

Here is another simple project suitable for younger kids…

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Create and Craft a Colorful 3D Owl Card


Owls have long been viewed by many folks as a source of knowledge and wisdom. In folk law they are found in Myths and Legends as creatures that symbolise wisdom and truth.

These days, people still refer to owls as being wise and knowledgeable.

In times past, because owls are nocturnal creatures, people considered them to be mysterious and aloof.

The people of ancient Athens regarded the owl as knowledgeable, even having the ability to offer strategic advice, possessing special powers of wisdom.  Because the owl is only awake during the night, people believed that the owl, due to its acute eyesight, saw the truth when in the dark.  Some people believed the owl saw all truth and that nothing could be hidden.  Others also believed that spiritually, the owl was the source of all seeing.

There are many different types of owls throughout the world and they are often depicted in photos as flying past the moon at night.

The owl is a wonderful creature that quietly and stealthily glides through the air at night, grabbing and picking up its prey without a sound.

DIY PROJECT – A Colorful Owl Card

This may not be one of the 5-minute crafts diy projects, but it may only take about 20 to 30 minutes if you have all the materials to hand and have traced out all the crafts patterns.

Create and craft your very own owl card to give to someone special.

It’s not only fun, easy crafts but one of the best DIY projects to do at school or during the summer holidays. The items you will need can be purchased from a craft fair or your nearest craft outlet.


Purple craft card paper

Pink craft card paper

Cream craft card paper

White paper, scissors

Pencil, pen, ruler,

Craft glue, paper glue,

Double-sided tape

1 pair of colored eyes


Cut purple card to size H 51/2″ x L 11″

Fold card exactly in half

Save template image and print on A4 sheet


Cut out white patterns from template

Trace all pattern shapes onto card

Glue white circle pattern in centre of card

Press firmly, and wait to dry

Put double sided tape behind pink pattern

+ Place in centre and press lightly

Put double sided tape behind purple pattern

+ Place in centre and press lightly

Put double sided tape behind pink head

Stick on beak

+ Place head on top and press lightly

Mark centre for eyes and glue on

Your owl DIY project craft card in now complete and ready for you to add your own special greeting or words of wisdom inside… all ready to give to a special friend.

I hope you enjoyed creating this fun Colorful Owl DIY project.

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Mothers Day Card Craft

This Mother’s Day Card is Easy for Kids to Make

Mother’s Day has always been seen as a very special time of year to celebrate and remember the special and important role mothers play in the upbringing of their children.

For many children, it a fun time to create their very own Mother’s Day card and homemade Mother’s Day cards are always warmly welcomed by Moms, especially “Happy Mother’s Day” funny cards.

Mothers Day Card

For those looking for easy Mother’s Day cards to make in school, or a Mother’s day card craft activity for kids to create, we feature free Printable Mother’s Day cards and lots of homemade Mother’s Day card ideas.

There is a free printable Mother’s Day Cards PDF with easy instructions to follow, to complete these homemade Mother’s Day cards.


To make the following Mother’s Day card you will need firm board-quality card.

Materials you will need

1  Blue card, Length 12 in x width 8 1/2 in          2  Scissors, pen, glue stick, ruler, PDF sheet

Front of card

3  Yellow card length 5 3/4 ins, width 4ins          4  Blue card length 4 1/2 ins, width 3ins

5  Yellow strips x 2 length 6ins, width 1/4 in

Inside card

1  Yellow card length 9 1/2 ins, width 6 ins         2  Blue card length 8 1/2 ins, width 4 3/4 ins

Colored Card



1  Download the PDF Heart Sheet           2  Cut out heart shapes

3  Trace hearts onto white board card      4  Cut out all colored card

Cut out heart shapes


1 Fold large blue card in half             
2 Glue yellow shape on an angle

3 Glue blue card on the angle            
4 Glue both yellow strips top and bottom

5 Glue large white heart in centre of blue card

Create the front


1 Glue yellow card in centre of open card  

2 Glue blue card in centre of yellow card

3 Allow to dry then fold in half         
4 Glue and arrange heart shapes on blue
5 Allow hearts to dry                         
6 Write your special Mother’s Day greetings

Inside your card

Your homemade Mother’s Day Card is complete!

This is a fun Mother’s Day card that’s easy and enjoyable to make. Be sure to download the free printable Homemade Mother’s Day card ideas PDF for all the details.  

Mothers Day Art

Enjoy making these Mother’s Day cards and perhaps use different colors.  Making Mother’s Day cards for Grandma would also be a fun project.

CLICK HERE for Homemade Mother’s Day Craft ideas to make >>>

Hearts template

More Easy Art Activities

Hearts Template {Save and print}


Easter blessings wishes

Easter is about celebrating with loved ones and spreading joy and happiness.  Even in a time of global crisis, it’s important that we carry on these special traditions that we all look forward to each year.

Happy Easter Greetings

At this time of year, it has become a tradition to give Easter cards that include a very special Happy Easter greeting inside.  Everyone loves to receive an Easter card, especially if it is a DIY craft card.

It’s lovely when you can make your very own creative Easter cards and send them to family members who may live a long way away… or it may be for your teacher.   Parents or special friends would also appreciate receiving one.  But of course, you need to put a very special Happy Easter Greeting inside the card.

You might like to write funny Easter greetings or send an Easter blessing to a special friend.  Everyone loves a Happy Easter Greeting.

Here are some examples of Happy Easter Greetings

Thinking of you at this special Easter time.

I am sending you HAPPY EASTER WISHES.

May you and your family have an Easter basket full of blessings.

Happy Easter! May Easter bunny bring you lots of yummy eggs.

Here’s a special Easter greeting… HAPPY EASTER!

May your hearts be filled with joy and thankfulness at this special Easter time!

Funny Easter Greetings

We all love funny or silly jokes or clever sayings.  When you open an Easter Card and unexpectedly read a funny Easter greeting, you could well be put into stitches of laughter.  It’s fun to have a silly joke to make people laugh. You can always make up your own funny Easter greetings.

Here are some examples of Funny Easter Greetings…

Happy Easter Greetings

So why did the Easter bunny cross the road? …The chickens were chasing him.

Happy Easter! A large Easter Egg is on its way …if the Easter Bunny hasn’t eaten it, like last year!

free easter greetings
Happy Easter Greetings

How does the Easter Bunny stay fit?  …He EGG-cersizes

Happy Easter! Funny Bunny!

Happy Easter! Hope you can wait till the bunnies bring your eggs back home.

Wishing you a Happy Easter with lots of Bunny-kin greetings.

Religious Easter Messages

Often Easter is only thought of as a season of family fun, lots of eggs and bunny rabbits …painting eggs and having a meal with family or friends.

religious easter greetings

But Easter is a special religious time of the year, when we are reminded that Easter is the remembrance of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.  And it was his sacrifice that has shown us the path to eternal life with Him in God’s Kingdom!

Here are some religious Easter greetings…

May God bless you at this special Easter time!

Easy Easter Cards

Hallelujah! The King is risen. May you receive many blessings this Easter season.

May all the blessings of Easter fill your heart with joy!

Let’s rejoice and be glad in Him for He is risen! …Blessings at Easter time!

May all His blessings come upon us this special Easter time!

Happy Easter! May all the blessings of Easter fill your heart!

Christian Easter Greetings

A Christian verse…

Jesus Christ, he told us so!

Little did we believe… little did we know,

That He spoke the truth with every word!

Now He is risen, His voice is heard!


Easter Cards Religious
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Happy Easter Greetings

Easter Cards for Kids to Make…

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