Easter Egg Printable
I love the spring time and especially Easter! Easter is coming early this year at the end of March and that means we have to start the Easter crafting early. I made a bunch of free printable Easter egg templates for you all to use for Easter crafts, coloring, and Easter decorations.
The free Easter egg templates come in a bunch of different sizes and simple designs for kids of all ages to decorate. You can make some for the Easter bunny, use them for an Easter egg hunt, or other fun activities. There are a ton of black and white designs to use for free printable Easter egg coloring pages.
If you are looking for more Easter fun you might want some Easter peep decorations or to make these adorable Easter chick lollipops.
Using the Free Printable Templates
To access the free download you will need to click on the CLICK HERE button above the image of the different Easter egg templates you want to use to take you to the download link. To download the digital pdf file you will need a pdf reader. These files are for personal use, non commercial use but can be printed out multiple times. Once you have opened the file and downloaded it you will be ready to print. There are a few ways to print the files. One is to send it to a local print shop. The Easter eggs can also be printed at home on a home printer. Print on white printer paper, white card stock paper(for a sturdier paper), or colorful card stock paper in a 8.5X11″ size.
25 Free Printable Easter Eggs
Many of these templates are fun coloring pages and can also be used for various Easter craft projects. Then there are bright and colorful Easter eggs.
First are blank egg templates. These are great for kids to make their own designs on their Easter eggs or to use for tracing on construction paper. A blank slate is a great place for kids to use their imagination. The blank egg template comes in 3 sizes that can be used for different crafting purposes. The large one to decorate, medium can be used for banners or a large group of young children to decorate, and small for Easter activities such as color matching. Those are just a few ideas but use the templates in any way you want.
CLICK HERE for the large Easter egg template.
CLICK HERE for the medium Easter egg template.
CLICK HERE for the small Easter egg template.
Next is a cute Easter chick hatching from an egg. Young children will love decorating this egg. Coloring works on fine motor skills for young kids.
CLICK HERE for the cute easter chick.
Next is a pattern with diamonds. This is a great template to decorate in different colors.
CLICK HERE for the large diamond egg template.
This egg has stripes and dots. This simple striped pattern and the large eggs in other patterns are great free easter egg coloring pages. Younger kids can color in the eggs with the simple patterns and older kids can add more details to the eggs.
CLICK HERE for the stripes and dots egg template.
The stripe egg with large sections is fun to add bright colors too.
CLICK HERE for the striped egg template.
The next design is a wave pattern.
CLICK HERE for the wave egg template.
This cute heart egg is a fun egg for kids to decorate.
CLICK HERE for the heart egg template.
This egg has polka dots for kids to decorate and color.
CLICK HERE for the polka dots egg template.
Next you will find an egg with a flower pattern. This cheerful egg is a lot of fun.
CLICK HERE for the flower egg template.
The flower egg also comes with bunny ears on top of the egg. This is a hopping fun easter activity. It also comes in color because it is just so cute!
CLICK HERE for the flower egg with bunny ears template.
CLICK HERE for the color flower egg with bunny ears template.
The next group of eggs are a medium size with two on a page. They come in color as well as black and white. The first sheet has the heart and flower eggs together.
CLICK HERE for the flower and heart egg templates.
CLICK HERE for the color flower and heart egg templates.
Then you will find stripes and polka dots. The colorful one has a fun pastel color pallet.
CLICK HERE for the stripe and polka dot templates.
CLICK HERE for the color stripe and polka dot templates.
The waves and stripes are a good pair for making color patterns. The color ones have matching colors.
CLICK HERE for the wave egg and large stripes.
CLICK HERE for the color wave egg and large stripes.
The last medium eggs include the stripes with dots and diamond patterns.
CLICK HERE for the stripes with dots egg and diamond pattern.
CLICK HERE for the color stripes with dots egg and diamond pattern.
The small size has four eggs on a sheet. These free printables are great for party decorations with the colorful eggs. The black and white eggs are fun for classroom use and an Easter egg coloring sheet.
CLICK HERE for the first small black and white eggs.
CLICK HERE for the first small color eggs.
CLICK HERE for the second small black and white eggs.
CLICK HERE for the second small color.
10 Ways to use the Easter Eggs
Make a paper Easter egg basket and fill it with paper eggs.
Make an easy art project with colorful tissue paper, glue, and a blank Easter egg template. Put glue on the paper in the egg. Then add small pieces of colorful tissue paper to the egg.
Make a fun party banner and party decorations. The small eggs can decorate a cake or a party table, the coloring pages can be used for a party craft, and they can be used to decorate a dessert table.
Use the Easter printables for a fun scavenger hunt. Who needs real eggs when you can use paper eggs!
Make an easy craft by putting out templates and a variety of craft supplies. Kids can cover the eggs with pom poms, pipe cleaners, glitter, and paint. Let kids use their imagination to make the eggs their own.
Make an Easter egg sun catcher by cutting out the center of on an egg. Take a piece of contact paper and place it sticky side up under the egg template with the center cut out. Then add tissue paper pieces to the sticky contact paper. Add another piece of contact paper sticky side down to the top. Then cut off any extra around the outside of the egg.
Make cute little egg people. Add googley eyes, draw a mouth, then accordion style legs, and arms to the eggs.
Marbling eggs. Put shaving cream on a plate and add drops of food coloring in three colors. Then swirl it with a toothpick. Place the paper egg shape facing down in the shaving cream pressing it down gently. Then remove the paper and scrape off the excess shaving cream.
Make a egg painting project with water color. Print the templates on card stock paper so it wont rip with paint added. Then decorate the eggs with colorful paint.
Another fun way to paint the egg templates is with cotton balls attached to a clothespin. Dip the cotton balls in paint and press them on the eggs. Plus, the cotton balls look like little bunny tails!
I hope you have a happy and crafty Easter!