Letters From the Easter Bunny, Crafts, and Coloring Pages

by Kay on March 23, 2012

The letters from the Easter Bunny and coloring pages at FreeEasterPrintables.com have been a hit since I first launched the site in 2009. Parents and others just love helping out the Easter Bunny with printable letters covering situations as diverse as baby’s first Easter and a child who might be questioning whether the friendly rabbit is real. (Hard to imagine, right?)

With Easter coming up April 8, I’ve already added a bunch (a basket?) of new letters as well as an entirely new category of fun: printable Easter crafts. There are several colors of Easter bunny ears to print, cut out, and wear. They’re perfect for hopping down the bunny trail. There are also egg wrappers with rabbit and farm designs. Print them out on paper or sturdy cardstock and use them for decorating eggs.

Easter Bunny ears

The new letters include variations for situations such as a child having met the Easter bunny at the mall, or a child with a new sibling. There are now some humorous egg hunt rules. And a new letter referencing prayer joins the religious-themed letters already at the site. All of the letters are formatted on full-color, exclusive Easter stationery and digitally “signed” by the bunny himself.

Easter Bunny letter

FreeEasterPrintables.com also has nearly two dozen Easter coloring pages to choose from.

The coloring pages and crafts are free to download and print. The letters are free as PDFs, but many opt for the premium DOC version, which is $5 and can be customized in Microsoft Word, typing in a child’s name and other details. Happy Easter!

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