Paper Crafting: Interlocking Easter Cards
Whether you need something to do with the kids or some inspiration for your next print project, here’s a hands-on activity that can serve as a creative break for your whole family. Below are some resources to aid you in making an interlocking Easter card.
You can choose from five templates this time. (What, whaatt?) Four templates have coloring pages, and one has been left completely blank for those who want to color outside the lines.
Side note: This is an actual die-cut template we have in our storeroom, so if you really love this fold, we encourage you to keep the blank template to use for an upcoming project. (Plus, if you do decide to use it, we won’t have to order the die, and that will save you time and money.)
Things You Need
- A template
- Markers, colored pencils, or crayons
- Exacto Knife (or something similar)
We would recommend printing these double-sided, so that the template lines don’t interfere with the coloring side. If you can’t print double-sided, you can stack the two pages on top off one another and make the cuts.
Cut = blue lines
Score (fold) = dashed pink lines
- Choose a template and print it off. (Download above.)
- Color it.
- Cut on the blue lines.
- Fold on the pink dashed lines.
- Insert tab into the slit.