Print & Cut Easter Stickers to print and cut by hand or with a Cricut Cutting Machine are a simple colorful decoration to start decorating for Easter. Simple Easter decoration brightens up home decor and is perfect for the little ones to help create the celebration. Print & cut on sticker paper for a quick decoration on a lunch box, art paper, coloring book, or Easter cards for grandparents.
For Complete Instructions on How to Use a Cricut Cutting Machine check out the post “Print & Cut Label Tutorial in Cricut Design Space”.
Easter was one of the most fun holidays in our home when I was little and each year I decorate our home to bring that special spring feeling to your little ones. I love to decorate with spring flowers bunnies & colorful eggs. After a long winter, Easter is the perfect time to bring spring to our home. The bulbs are starting to sprout and the trees are starting to bud. Easter decorating is so much fun with little ones. Cuddly soft plush bunnies and chicks are an easy decoration for babies & toddlers. All the different easter eggs are fun to decorate with and fun to teach counting and colors with toddlers.
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I have designed for you easy-to-download Easter stickers to print off on cardstock or sticker paper. I like to use my Cricut Explore Air to print and cut these cute designs. When you print them off on card stock they can be used for counting games or slipped into cards, packages, or Easter baskets as little pictures. Print them off on sticker paper and cut them out by hand or with a cutting machine, to decorate school lunch bags, little notes in a backpack to discover at school, decorate cars to send to family, or use as stickers for kids’ art projects.
There are so many pretty pastel Easter/Spring colors that I wanted to have a variety. Pink & Purple are found in nature in most of the beautiful flowers I used these in the circle for the stickers. If you do not want the outer ring simply cut the sticker or card stock and leave out the pink or purple circle. Make as many copies as you want and play around and make easter and another new spring fun and playful.
Ideas For Using Stickers
- Adding Stickers to a Coloring Book page or Art Page. Using stickers also helps with fine motor skills.
- We always used stickers to reward a chore or a habit chart.
- Use stickers as a way to learn your counting. Write a number on an index card and ask your child to place that number of stickers on the card.
- Use the stickers for a sticker matching game.
- When playing with the stickers ask what letter or sound the image in the circle makes.
- Make homemade Easter Cards for family & friends, or add to a pre-made card.
Hand Cutting Stickers
You can also purchase sticker paper for any printer, print off the design, and then cut out the stickers by hand. However, one of the life skills that my mother taught me and I am so grateful for is how to hand cut out any shape. I am all about using crafting for learning and cutting out these cute stickers with your little one is a simple skill to teach. I also have found this easy to use punch that will cut a perfect 3″ circle.
I hope you will enjoy printing off these cute images for a fun matching game, stickers for cards or packages, or stickers for crafts and decorations for Easter.