Today’s Happy Printable is my free Easter Banner. I’m joining up with Kristen from Ella Claire Blog and many of my friends for this post. You can find their links at the bottom of this posts. If you missed last year’s spring printable here is my Hello Spring Printable.
As I get older, I realize that holidays kind of blend together. I know, I know I’m getting older, but seriously can you tell me what you did last year for Easter?
Well, I do remember one Easter in particular! So, seven years ago, we took our first trip to Italy with our kiddos. We cruised around to many Italian cities, Verona, Florence, Lucca and Venice and had a fabulous spring vacation. And since it was Easter the candy stores were filled to the brim with gorgeous bright happy displays.
I’ll never forget our cute Venice apartment. When we finally found our apartment rental we spied the door amongst outdoor seating for a Chinese Resturant. It was kind of a hoot to wade through the outdoor tables to get to our apartment door.
But, the thing I remember so vividly about our second story apartment was washing our clothes. The rental came with a washing machine, but we were expected to dry our clothes out on the line.
Now, of course, the clothes line was conveniently located outside our bedroom window and it was unfortunately, right up above the outdoor seating for the Chinese restaurant.
And did I mention the apartment didn’t have any clothespins?
Uh huh, so if a big wind happened to come thru, our underwear would fall right on the diners down below! I was so horrified at this embarrassing possibility that I dried our underwear inside the apartment.
I know it is a long stretch, but today’s printable is an Easter Banner with a cute leaf ribbon and clothespins. Do you see how my Easter Italian trip is weaving into this blog post?
The leaf ribbon is one of my favorites, and this just adds a spring garden theme that works with the letters. So, let’s get busy and make the Easter banner.
10 sheets of white paper (8 1/2″ x 11″)
Print out the Easter Banner Letters:
(I feel that Exacto knives move around a lot and I like these box cutters better for trimming paper)
2. Print out the above letters.
4. Attach each banner with two clothespins each.
5. Space out letters.
6. Hang and decorate your home with the Easter banner.
Well, this Easter is going to be quiet over here, but we have a big trip for this summer. So, hopefully, I’ll have many more stories to share with you.
Black and White Easter Bunny by Design Dining and Diapers