DIY Tutorial: FREE Printable Easter Place Card

Happy Easter everyone and a vey happy Good Friday to you. I hope you have something fun planned this Easter break? We are off to visit my sister in law, so we are about to hit the Easter traffic and head off down to London. What about you?
As it’s Easter I thought what better time than to share this fab Easter Place Card DIY that has been brought to you by  Anna from Download and Print . So far she has brought you these FREE Printable Invitation and RSVP Card TemplateFREE Printable Folded Wedding Program and  FREE Printable Paper Christmas Ornaments,  FREE Printable Gilded Edge Invitations and FREE Printable DIY Valentines Card . Today Anna brings you something for your Easter table, these super cute Easter Place cards. They could also be adapted as little Easter Cards.

You can download the Free printable HERE 


I’ll pass the Blog over to Anna………..

Hello Boho brides. Anna Skye here, and I’m back with another exclusive printable just for you. With Easter around the corner I thought I’d take the opportunity to help you spruce up your Easter table. These cute little place cards are quick and easy to make, and will add some charm to each place setting. With just a few cuts the bunny magically pops up, and you’ll be moving on to more pressing tasks at hand, such as deciding between the Cadbury giant crème egg, or the Maltesers giant egg. If you’re like me, just take one of each. A well deserved reward for the adorable place cards you just created.

Grab the free downloads and follow along with the steps below to make the cards for yourself.

You will need words - easter

Easter Place Card

STEP 1)  Download and Print – Download the template in MS Word, add your names, and print on white card stock.

The font I chose is called Channel, which can be downloaded here. If you don’t have this font installed on your computer Word will substitute a different font. Choose any font that you like.

Easter Place Card

STEP 2)  Cut –  Cut out each place card around the shaded area. You can do this using an X-acto knife and ruler, scissors, or a paper trimmer.

You will end up with four place cards for each sheet of paper printed.

Easter Place Card

Easter Place Card

STEP 3)  Score and Trim – Using your scoring tool, score the card along the dotted lines either side of the bunny.  Do not score through the bunny! Scoring the card starts a crease, and prepares the card for the fold that is to come.

Using your X-acto knife, cut along the outline of the bunny above the score line. Cut from one fold line, up and over the ears, and finish at the opposite fold line. Starting with a sharp blade in your knife will make this step a lot easier.

DIY Easter Place Card

STEP 4)  Pop Out –Carefully press the top half of the bunny forward and fold the card in half along your score lines.

The place cards are now ready to be added to your Easter table.

DIY Easter Place Card

DIY Easter Place Card

Thanks so much to Anna for this cute DIY, I just love it! Anna will be back in a months time with another fantastic FREE downloadable DIY Tutorial for you.


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    I’m always looking for a little something to make my dinner
    table settings a bit unique. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
    The Easter Bunny place cards are exactly what I was looking for.


    Do you have these place cards without the rabbit? Wanted them for my wedding to match the ceremony booklets but can’t seem to find the place cards with the floral design only.

    Any help would be appreciated!
    Thank you!


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