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This free printable Easter bunny letter is the perfect way to surprise your little one on Easter morning! Straight from the desk of the Easter Bunny, this special note will add a whole new level of excitement for the holiday.
Easter is just around the corner and there’s no better way to make it extra fun than with a cute Easter bunny note! This free printable letter is sure to make your kid’s face light up on Easter morning!
Ways To Use It
There are plenty of different ways to use your letter:
- Leave it bedside so that it’s the first thing your child sees on Easter Sunday
- Put it in your child’s Easter basket with some colorful eggs
- Hide it so that your child finds it during an Easter egg hunt
- Leave this cute letter on the dining room table with some fun treats
- Let your child find it alongside some fun Easter activities or games
- Have the Easter bunny deliver it personally (a bit trickier but so much fun!)
How To Print Your Easter Bunny Letter
Not only is it free, but it’s super easy to get your copy. Just click below to download, be sure your printer settings are for 8.5×11 size paper (usually the default anyway) and print. That’s all there is to it.
If you want to make it a little more festive, one easy way is to do that would be to print it on pastel colored paper (or you can use bright colors if you prefer). You can even visit my Etsy store to get a personalized letter with your child’s name in my Etsy store. This editable letter is the perfect way to make them feel even more special.
More Free Printables & Crafts
Looking for more fun ideas? These bunny footprints are a fun way to lead kids to their Easter baskets or Easter egg hunt.
Coloring pages always make a fun activity and it’s a great way to keep the kids out of the kitchen while you’re preparing the meal. They can even choose from regular Easter coloring pages or these cute Easter gnome coloring pages.
One of our favorite Easter printables is this adorable Baby’s First Easter Footprints keepsake (there’s a separate version for young kids too).
If you want to get crafty, little ones will have a great time making this Tin Can Bunny Craft. They’ll also love these cute Easter egg monsters (even more fun when filled with jelly beans or other candy).
What’s more fun than Easter eggs? Check out some of our favorite Easter egg decorating ideas.
Creative Easter Treats
Want more Easter treat ideas? The whole family will love these: