I like to make cards for the kids instead of buying them because I think they are more special. Plus, I can use things I already have in my craft cabinet. What? It’s not like I forgot to buy Easter cards or anything. No way! So, I decided to make ribbon eggs and tie them to their Easter baskets. Too bad they will think the Easter Bunny spent an hour making them instead of good old mom!
All you need is:
- white card stock
- blank notecards
Simply cut your egg shapes from the white card stock and glue strips of ribbon on them. You could also use paint, stickers, markers, stamps, etc to decorate your eggs. Next, glue your eggs to the blank notecards and add a note from the Easter Bunny on the back of each card.
Add your child’s name or initial to the card and these serve as both an Easter card and a basket nametag. Tie the tags to your baskets with some twine or ribbon and… voila!