Create DIY Easter Cards for Spring. In search of an easy spring craft idea? Try out these handmade greeting cards for Easter. These easy Easter crafts will be a hopping good time!

Easter means spring has arrived/ With spring comes the image of flowers, blue skies, and a fresh start. I used products from the Simon Says Stamp Lucky To Know You release. For this Simon Says Stamp blog hop, I wanted to create some spring and Easter-themed cards.

I wanted a very soft color palette that’s why I went with pastels. In my set of handmade cards, I used a variety of cardmaking techniques. I also wanted cards geared towards adults (Sorry, no bunnies this time around!)

You can watch the cardmaking video tutorial below or on YouTube. Be sure to scroll to the bottom for the giveaway details and FREE CODE from Simon Says Stamp.

DIY Easter Cards For Spring | Easy Spring Crafts


DIY Easter Cards For Spring
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Easter Card Supplies

Easter Card Ideas

For this first card, I wanted to create a spring-inspired birthday card for people with spring birthdays. The layered tulips turned out amazing.
DIY Easter Cards For Spring, Happy Birthday

I wanted to do some ink smooshing so I smooshed ink in my media mat and then applied it to my watercolor cardstock.
DIY Easter Cards For Spring, Daffodil flower card

For this last easter card, I wanted to create a monotone card with some colored cardstock and ink blending.
flower easter card

DIY Easter Cards For Spring Video Tutorial


I am giving away a $25 gift card to Simon Says Stamp! For your chance to win, leave a comment below by 11:59pmEST on 3/8/20. Winners will be chosen over the weekend. The winner’s name will be announced on the Simon Says Stamp blog. Winner can email Simon Says Stamp to claim their prize.

The next stop on the hop is the blog of Anna-Karin Evaldsson. You can start at the hop’s beginning on the Simon Says Stamp blog.

Even if you don’t win, you can also get a free gift with purchase at Simon Says Stamp by using the code below.

  • Customers get a choice of the Wooly Lucky stamp set OR the Color the World enamel pin.
  • The free gifts are available while supplies last.
  • This promotion will expire on 3/8 at 11:59 pm EDT


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120 Comments on DIY Easter Cards For Spring | Easy Spring Crafts

  1. Love the cards. I’ve ordered that daffodil die and plan to CASE your card….really easy Easter Card. Thanks!

  2. Loved the all purple background withe embossed white flowers. Dramatic contrast! Very very nice!

  3. Three beautiful cards; the lavender-one is my favourite.
    Thanks for the funny video.

  4. Beautiful cards. I love the colors and the unique styles. This is a fantastic release and you’ve used two of my favorites — the layered tulip stencil and the daffodil stem die.

  5. Love the pastel colors.
    Beautiful cards.
    thanks for sharing

  6. Oh my goodness I love your third card!! The simplicity of the purple and white is stunning!!

  7. Gorgeous cards! Love your ink blending. And purple is my favorite color, so I really adore that pretty card.

  8. Lovely cards JD, Nice to see you participating in the hop! love your videos

  9. Very pretty Easter cards and I also send Easter cards to all those some-Bunnies I love! Thanks for the video…keep on smooshing!

  10. Awesome cards JD and although the beautiful Beautiful Flowers stamp set isn’t a part of this new release the card you made with it is my favorite. So beautiful!
    Thank you so much for your video tutorial and sharing your inspiration, have a great day.

  11. Love your pretty Easter cards–and what a great new set of products from Simon!

  12. Your color choices are beautiful for Easter. I especially like the lavender card with a reverse inking technique. It is simple but elegant. Thank you for sharing these lovely cards

  13. All of your cards are simple and so beautiful! Love the colors so happy and spring! Thanks for the inspiration!

  14. The Daffodil is so , so pretty. I have never visited your blog before. I have only seen your adorable videos. I love to watch your videos–informative, honest, and you are so darned cute and fun 🙂

  15. Hi JD! I really like your ink blending; especially the wet “smooshing” with the distress inks! My favorite card, though, is the purple with the white heat embossed flowers. You are right – they look like they are glowing! Great color choices, and thank you for sharing!

  16. JD, I always enjoy your videos and creative card inspirations and these are no exception. So pretty, the purple card is absolutely stunning!!! Thank you!!

  17. The video was full of eggcellent ideas and very punny. Hoppy to have watched.

  18. Your ink smooshing card is my favorite. I use this technique when I’m in a hurry to make a card…CAS

  19. Hello 🙂 it’s my first time to comment on your blog and I am happy to find your website! The card is out of this world wow really

  20. JD You are my favorite blogger. Your videos are concise and to the point without a lot of distractions. Love your Spring cards.

  21. Love that purple card! Lots of wonderful detail in the flowers, and it doesn’t look overpowering when done in monochrome.

  22. I think my favorite is the lavender card. The color of lavender brings the lavender scent as if spring was already. Thank you for sharing.

  23. JD I loved your cards as always. and really enjoyed your video. I always learn so much (nuvo drops for the dots) but am also entertained. Loved the bunny hair and all your puns! Would love to see you in more blog hops but I know its hard with the timing of filming your videos.

  24. So happy to see you on a hop!! Your cards are as beautiful as your personality!!

  25. JD you always make me smile. Love your cards and the use of the acrylic block for smooshing. Thanks for the ideas. Happy Crafting Everyone!

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