Easter Bunting Papercut Template PDF

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Perfect for crafty people who love to get the kids involved, my Easter Bunting Template PDF is a wonderful Easter craft project you can even share with the kids. Spend a relaxing few hours papercutting your way through twelve individual intricate papercut Easter egg designs while the kids get busy cutting the egg backgrounds with scissors which can be painted for added creativity. A fun craft project that also makes a great Easter decoration for your home.

So if you’re looking for a super fun and creative craft project this Easter, then this Easter bunting template PDF will most definitely while away a relaxing few hours with an end result you’ll be proud of and can reuse every Easter for years to come. All for the price of a coffee!

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The Easter bunting template PDF includes instructions with step-by-step photographs to cut your own Easter egg bunting and the end result is a gorgeous and eco-friendly Easter decoration that looks stunning and super intricate. Hang it up at a window, fireplace or on a wall or dresser – just don’t get any chocolate on the paper, ok?

My Easter bunting template PDF is Instantly downloadable, you can get started immediately on checkout – you’ll get an email straight away with links to download your PDFs. You’ll need access to a printer, some white paper, some coloured or patterned paper (optional for the background colours), a scalpel or scissors, an A4 cutting mat, a glue stick and some twine or string.

Easter Bunting Template PDF – what’s included?

  • 1x A4 PDF of 6 sheets of Easter Egg templates, each with 2 designs
  • 1x A4 PDF template forthe coloured background to print x6 times for the backs of the eggs (perfect for the kids)
  • 1x A4 PDF instructions with step-by-step photographs

Easter Bunting Template PDF – what do I need?

  • Access to a printer
  • Scalpel and/or scissors
  • A4 (or larger) cutting mat
  • A4 sheets of white paper
  • A4 sheets of patterned or pastel coloured paper (or white if the kids are painting the backgrounds)
  • Twine or string
  • Glue stick or spray glue

What tools do I need? What paper is best to use?

You can read about the tools to use here and here – and I’ve written about how to choose the right weight of paper here.

I’m sold – how do I order!

Simply add to basket and checkout. You’ll get an email straight away with a link to all the PDFs.

Don’t forget to tag me on your creations on instagram – I love seeing your creations!

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