Free Religious Easter Downloads and Printables!

I was just over on It's Always a Party at the Parker's and I found the most adorable set of free Easter printables! This is a super big set and includes cupcake toppers, bunny silhouettes, cross silhouettes, water bottle wraps, napkin wraps, tent cards, favor tags, candy bar wrappers, Easter signs, flags, a banner and more! It's cute stuff, and I just love the mix of crosses and bunnies. I'm also in love with the "Happy Easter" banner. :-)

Inspiring Ideas also has free religious Easter cupcake toppers that you can print. I posted about them here.

Also, you can download the kindle edition of The Very First Easter for free! (I don't know how long it's going to stay free, so make sure it still says $0 before you "order").
And don't worry if you don't have a Kindle (I don't either) you can download a free app from Amazon that will let you read it right on your pc! :-)

 Find "He is Risen" printables all over the place, including here, here
here, here, here and yet another here. So many choices! :-)

Right now, you can also download a 

free religious Easter lapbook from Scripture Adventures!

And you can print even more educational Easter stuff
free at Confessions of a Homeschooler.

Also, check out this free printable Easter banner from 
Celebrations in the Catholic Home! It says "Christus Resurrexit"

Of course, don't forget about my printable Resurrection set or my Easter Countdown Calendar! Also, save a little printer ink because I have another free Easter download coming tomorrow! ;-)

Also, as you have your Easter posts ready keep adding them to my Easter linky!

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  1. I love it all! You have the best resources and I thank you so much for sharing them with us!

  2. Thanks so much!! I am hosting my first ever Easter Egg Hunt at church this year and really wanted something religious (ie the cupcake toppers) and I just bought myself a Kindle not too long ago (and it is AWESOME!!!!!) and I will be downloading the free book for my boys!

  3. I love these free printables!

    I have a funny story for you 2. I walked into my parish's recory and guess what was displayed on the counter?

    It was your Last Supper egg-carton craft. The receptionist was busy working on your Resurrection paper craft too. I giggled and asked her if she visits Catholic Icing often. Her eyes widened and stated, "Oh my gosh, that site is amazing!"

    I thought you might get a kick out of it.

    Have a blessed triduum!

  4. Thank you so much for including a link to my "He is Risen" print!


  5. Hello,
    Amalia are, I will follow you for a while, you do so many compliments on the ideas we propose, excuse my English, I'm using google translate ...
    I could not download the book on Amazon, could you please send a copy to my address? I hope I can tell my baby in those days.
    My address is:


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