Looking for an easy, last minute Easter card craft for kids to make? Here are some cute printable thumbprint Easter cards with cute sayings!
Cute Easter Card Sayings
I have included four different Easter card templates for kids to make thumbprint art on. There are two pages with two cards each. Each card features a different Easter pun on the front.
Here are the Easter sayings:
"Happy Easter to Ewe!"
"Have an EGG-cellent Easter!"
"Some Bunny Loves You!"
Printable Thumbprint Easter Cards
You can make your cards the same or different. You could even do drawing or use stickers instead of making thumbprint art.
- Colored cardstock
- Googly eyes
→ Print Easter Card Templates HERE
1. Print the template on the colored cardstock, there are 4 different sayings to choose from or make them all!
2. To make the card, simply cut across the horizontal middle line on the template and fold on the vertical line.
3. Add thumbprints, drawings, stickers, and/or embellishments.
For a different version of thumbprint Easter cards, check out these Easter silhouette cards.
Adorable ‘Hoppy Easter’ Card
To make the bunny, stack two pink thumbprints on top of each other followed by two small fingerprints on the top for the ears. Wait for the paint to dry then add two google eyes. Use a marker to add a nose, smile, inside ears, arms and legs.
To make the chick, use one thumbprint. After the paint dries, add a google eyes and draw on a beak, wings and feet.
‘Have an EGG-cellent Easter’ Card
Use 5 brown fingerprints to make the basket. After that is dry, use a brown marker to make a basket handle.
Now use yellow, blue and pink paint to make thumbprint eggs inside the basket. Wait for the eggs to dry then use markers to embellish them.
‘Happy Easter to EWE” Card
First use black to make the feet, head and tail thumbprints.
Wait for the black to dry and then add a bunch of white thumbprints to make the body.
Finish the card by adding some googly eyes to the lamb’s head.
‘Some Bunny Loves You’ Card
Make 3 big thumb prints, then add two smaller fingerprints at the top of each one for the bunny’s ears. Wait for the paint to dry then use markers to add a nose, smile and inside of the ears. Finish the bunnies by sticking on small googly eyes.
The finished thumbprint Easter cards are cute to give in person or send in the mail. Find more Easter handprint and footprint crafts here.