Easter Stickers Download!

Are you running around crazy realizing that you have yet to purchase Easter candy, egg dye and various other Easter hunt amenities, and have absolutely no idea what your Littles will be wearing on Easter Sunday? If so, you’re not alone. I’m right there with you. But I can help…at least just a little bit. Forget some of that candy and fill up those plastic eggs with some free downloadable Easter stickers that I illustrated. Your kids will love it and you’ll enjoy forgoing some of that after-sugar shock.

To get started you just download the free printable stickers and print them out on full sheet label paper (found at your local office supply store).

You can then cut them up and place them in plastic eggs or have fun with it and hide them in a crepe paper surprise ball! (or surprise “lemon” as mine turned out to be).
A group of us got together last night to make some of these for our Littles and it was so fun! Read more about it here on Sarah Jane’s darling blog (and be sure to download her adorable little bunny puppet while you’re at it). Surprise balls are so fun and not as much work as I would have originally thought. It’s an endeavor I’d highly recommend (especially amongst friends).

And as for the stickers, well my Littles have really enjoyed playing with them and have created identities for each character. I just gave them some paper, crayons and the stickers and let them go at it. And for about 15-20 min they were happily self-entertained. I’d say that’s a success.

28 Responses to “Easter Stickers Download!”

  1. yours truly

    You are so great! Thank you for this. You hit the nail on the head… haven’t died eggs yet, no candy yet, haven’t even out out my decorations yet! I want to print these out though. I have a question- I noticed the size varies, is this how the labels at the office supply store come too? Or how do you get them to line up? Rookie here. Thanks:)

    • mer

      If you get the full sheet labels then it’s like one giant sticker and then you just cut them up from there. You can also purchase printable sticker paper, I believe, that come in full sheet sizes too. Hope this helps!

  2. Kersey Campbell

    Your clever, clever girl. These are perfect! I have most of my little guy’s basket put together, but these will be the perfect thing to replace some (most) of the candy. Thank you!

  3. Diane Streicher @ Diane Again

    These charming illustrations are such a relief from the sickeningly sweet pastel creations that typically pass for Easter decorations. Your drawings have just the right amount of cute, and your color palette has a French vibe that I love. Well done!

  4. Amy

    Gasp! You’re blog is just beautiful! What a pleasure it was to meet you today at the park and to discover this gem of a blog! I hope more kiddo play dates are in the future!

  5. Maddy

    These are the cutest! We’re using them all over the place this easter, Thanks!

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