Our church has what you may call “care groups” which we call Shepherding Groups. We are shepherds to a group of people from our church (our flock) and send them greetings and pray for them throughout the year. Each year I try to find a new Easter card to create to send out to our flock. I found this year’s card idea on Pintrest from Sassy Dealz. I thought it was cute and I had the perfect little 22-month old handprint to make it!
White cardstock cut in half lengthwise
Crosses cut from black cardstock (Cricut Wedding Cartridge)
Hills cut from green cardstock
Yellow Craft Paint
First, I pre-cut all the white cardstock card bases and folded them. Next, I used the foam brush to cover my son’s hand with yellow craft paint. He LOVED this, but I made sure I had a firm grasp on his hand. 😉
Press that cute pudgy hand firmly near the top left of the folded white cardstock.
Now just attach the pieces to the card as seen below.
Ta-Da!!!! I just love the handprint sun!
I added a few details to dress it up: Happy Easter stamp and a metal swirl.
This is the verse I found to write on the inside of each card:
“May you always feel the love of our Savior shining brightly in your life. Happy Easter!”
Have a blessed Easter weekend!
Christ has RISEN!
He has RISEN Indeed!