I want my children to know the Easter story. I want them to be able to tell it to me and know it in their heart. I have seen Resurrection eggs for sale and liked them, but found them to be a little pricey. I have seen some people make them on their own, but they included fun little objects for each of the eggs. I’ll be honest, that just sounded like too much work. Plus, it was going to be difficult to do for each of my 3 children because I knew they would each want their own set! I decided other people might have this same situation, so I set out to make a download that everyone could use if they just:
- printed these two pages
- found 12 plastic eggs
- kept (or emptied) an egg carton
1. Get the free download
2. Cut out the 12 cardsI like to use a paper trimmer to cut them, but scissors would work fine too.
3. Laminate the cards **Totally optional**I like to laminate mine because I have a laminator and it makes the cards sturdier. However, this step is optional because you have this download to print as many as you need if something happens to them!
4. collect 12 plastic, Easter eggs and egg cartonI found a bag of 42 eggs for $1.97 at Wal-Mart. (I made a set for each of my 3 children.)