I absolutely love Easter and spring. It’s my favorite time of year in Texas. The bluebonnets, the warm weather, the anticipation of summer. It’s fantastic. Plus, a new season means new decor with printables.
I also love making cute spring and Easter decor with printables. I especially adore a cute Easter bunny butt. Yup, I said it.
Whenever I create new designs for the season I always make them on the computer. I do not have good hand writing and I really don’t like cutting machines like the circuit.
That’s why, everything I share on the blog is created with printables from The Printables Club. I’ll show you the sites I love, fonts I adore, and products that I make every season. These are my favorite cute Easter decor with printables for the year.
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Three Steps to Make Cute Easter Decor with Printables
Really, there’s only three things you have to do make cute easter decor with printables. Both are easy if you you know where to look and what to look for.
1. Download Printables
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2. Decide what you want to make and where
This is kind of a no-brainer but stick with me here. There are two places that I always create new seasonal designs with. Zazzle and Spreadshirt.
Zazzle has basically anything and everything you’d want to make, and spreadshirt has well, shirts. They have the biggest range of shirts in different styles and sizes that I’ve found. Definitely recommend them.
Places to Create Cute Easter Decor with Printables
If you follow my work at all, you know I love Zazzle. It just has everything. For every season, I always have to create new pillows and welcome mats at a minimum. However, I usually design more than that.
But, if I put out new pillows and a new welcome mat, then I feel like I’ve really got my shit together on this whole decorating thing.
Now, let’s start with rugs. I love the ones on Zazzle because I can choose my size and they’re durable. Change out your welcome mat and your neighbors will really think you have your crap together on decorating for the seasons.
I don’t know what it is about kitchen towels but I love them for seasonal decor. They are easy to change out, easy to store, and cute for every season.
Now, pillows are a little harder to store but oh so cozy! As a photographer, I also love using themed pillows for my seasonal mini sessions. They add cozy and unique-ness to my shoots. I’m able to have something no one else has because I designed them myself.
Mugs are great because they’re useful! We have a display in our kitchen that shows off our mugs so it’s an easy way to decorate for the season as well.
Mugs are fun gifts as well because you can add little things to them for a gift basket of sorts.
Yes, I realize that a tote bag is not technically decoration but still, it’s cute and handy. I have so many of these and I love them all.
They are a great size and fit my shoulder just right. Perfect for grocery shopping or markets too.
While I use spreadshirt primarily for shirts, you can also find a few other things there as well. They have masks, aprons, bags, and more. I love them because of their wide-array of shirt options for all ages.
There’s nothing better than wearing my matching shirts with my niece. 😉 They’ve got shirts for adults, kids, baby, maternity, and all sizes and styles.
3. Get Some Spring Fonts
Now, if you do want to make your own printables or add to the ones you can download for free, then you’re going to need some cute fonts!
Head to Font bundles for these. They are my absolute favorite place to find fonts I can use for products and more.
5 Fonts to Download Now
First up is this “hello spring” font. What’s great about it is it also comes with little spring graphics. So you can use a bee, butterfly, rain cloud, swirls and fun words in your designs as well.
March is on its way, right? Therefore, this “marchy” font is perfect for spring. I love how light it feels.
This next font is basically a two for one. You get the font that has flowers around it, but you’ll also get the vector images with all the little flowers attached. That means you can change the colors, etc to make it your own in Adobe Illustrator.
Sweetness script is just a fun cursive font. No frills, but it definitely works for spring or for any season.
Last up is another cursive font. Simple and classic, it’s perfect for spring.
And that’s it! That’s really all you need to make cute seasonal decor. You don’t need a fancy cutting machine or any fancy tools really. Just printables and a computer.
Need printables? Find those below!
Ready to Make Spring Decor with Printables?
Download the free honey bee graphic below and get creating!