Hello hello, it’s handlettering time again! I was recently contacted by a magazine (dekolux – coming out these days :)) and asked if I wanted to do some handlettering for Easter – here it is. :)
For you to print it out yourself, I made some Easter handlettering tags for putting them into flower pots or even into cake (the file for download is at the bottom of this blogpost).
DIY: Easter Handlettering and Free Printable
Last but not least, I also made pretty name tags for a coffee date or for inviting friends and family over to Easter brunch.
Supplies for Handlettering Easter Crafts
– Hard-boiled eggs
– Permanent markers (mine are from edding)
– Rolls of (masking) tape
– Flower pots
– Wooden sticks
– Paper, pens, scissors, a rubber
– A hot-glue gun
How to Make Handlettering Easter Tags
If you prefer the premade version, go to the bottom of this blogpost for downloading the free printable.
If you want to make those tags yourself, then first of all, use a pencil for making a sketch and for drawing the outlines of your tags. Try out different fonts and shapes for a more dynamic look and for some variety.
Next, use a permanent marker or felt tip for finishing everything. Then use your scissors to cut everything out, either of your own piece of handlettering, or out of the printable.
Yippie, you’re done with this easy DIY. Now you can use the lettering sticks to decorate flower pots or even cake.
Handlettering Easter Eggs
Handlettering Easter Namecards
Use a piece of cardboard and a pencil to draw different fonts and shapes, try out several different letter styles. Then use a felt pen for the finish.
Now you have pretty namecards for your Easter table.
Have fun with working on handlettering and if you want to, follow my handlettering adventures and progress on Instagram. :)
Here’s the free printable, click this handlettering printable link for full size download.