Download my free floral Easter egg cut file and make your own beautiful Easter crafts this spring! Plus, learn how to make beautiful layered papercut Easter egg cards with this simple tutorial. This post contains affiliate links, which help to support this site at no extra cost to you!
Happy Friday, Friends! I hope you are all doing well during this weird time of uncertainty. Things are definitely strange and scary right now, but I’m going to move forward with my crafty project ideas, cut files, and tutorials here. I’m hoping that some of these little projects, posts, and videos can bring someone something useful or happy during this time. ❤️Sending so much love to you all.
Hand Drawn Floral Easter Egg Designs
I am excited to share these floral Easter egg designs with you all today! These little eggs are a kind of springy Easter-time relative of my Love Birds Heart design and the 12 Days of Christmas folk art inspired designs I made last winter.
If you keep scrolling, you will find the free cut files at the end of this post (along with 7 other totally free and totally adorable Easter cut files from some of my designer friends!). When you download the ZIP file containing the cut files, you will find three different versions of the design that you can use for different types of projects.
First, the single color and multi-color versions of the design are perfect for working with vinyl. I made a little tote bag mockup to give you an idea of how you might put the multi-color version of the design to use.
Cute, right? I just love this kind of modern folk art look! I also really wanted to turn this design into a little papercut notecard, so I actually put together a version of the design specifically made for that.
Want to learn how to make your own DIY paper Easter egg cards? Keep reading! 🙂
How to Make Papercut Easter Egg Cards
Okay, let’s make some cute cards! First, grab yourself a few supplies. If you are a Silhouette or Cricut paper crafter, then you probably already have everything you need.
Papercut Easter Egg Card Supplies:
- 12″ x 12″ Colored Cardstock
- Patterned 12″ x 12″ Paper (Marbled or watercolor patterns work great for this. Or make your own watercolor designs!)
- Glue Stick
- A7 Envelopes (5 1/4″ x 7 1/4″)
- Silhouette, Cricut, or Other Electronic Cutting Machine
- My Floral Easter Egg Card Cut File (download at the end of this post)
How to Assemble the Papercut Easter Egg Card:
1. Cut Out the Pieces.
First, open up the card version of the cut file in your cutting machine software. You can see in the screen grab above that the card cut file comes with two different pieces and perforated fold line included.
Cut the main card piece from a piece of 12″ x 12″ cardstock in the color of your choice, and then cut the liner piece from a piece of complimentary cardstock or patterned paper.
2. Assemble the Card.
To assemble the card, simply use a glue stick to attach the liner piece to the back of the floral cut out front of the card. Fold the card along the perforated line, and your card is all done! The cut file is sized to fit in an A7 envelope.
I was really happy with how this little lavender number turned out:
I used an amethyst patterned paper for the liner, and I am just really enjoying it.
Okay, ready to grab your free cut files?
Free Floral Easter Egg SVG Cut Files
Please Note: These cut files are free for personal use only (making things for yourself or as gifts). If you would like to use these designs for products you make and sell, you can purchase a limited commercial use license in my shop HERE. Please do not share or redistribute the cut files in any way, if you would like to share the designs with a friend, please send them a link as visits to my site allow me to continue to offer free cut files with you all. Thank you! 🙂
When you click the link below, a ZIP file containing the SVG, DXF, and PNG versions of the cut files will download (the download includes single color, multi-color, and notecard versions of the design). You will need to unzip the file before opening the cut files in your cutting machine software.
Okay, but there’s more! 🙂 It’s time to check out all of the other cute Easter cut files from my designer friends!
Bunny and Egg from Lemony Fizz
Tomb was Empty from Special Heart Studios
Official Egg Hunter from Pen and Posh
Every Bunny Loves Me from Gina C Creates
Hold on to Your Jelly Beans from Maggie Rose Design Co.
Hoppy Easter from Liz on Call
Eggstremely Cute Bunny from Red Earth and Gum Trees
Floral Easter Egg from Persia Lou (you’re here!)
Until next time, Happy Making!
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