The Easter Story (Free Printable)

I’m so excited to share this free printable of The Easter Story with you my sweet friends.  I would love for you to share them with your family and friends!  Last Easter I shared a late dinner with friends at Central Market.  We started talking about how there weren’t many decor ideas that point to the true meaning of Easter.   As Easter this year arrived, I wanted to come up with something for my family that was full of meaning.  One of my family’s favorite Easter discussions is using the resurrection eggs -here, but this year I decided I wanted more of a visual reminder…

Easter Story Explained ItsOverflowing

I made a chevron background and then added silhouettes of – a donkey, coins, praying hands, a piece of leather, a crown, nails, a die, a spear, a piece of linen, and a stone – each telling a part of The Easter Story!

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I had them printed in glossy initially, but the window nearby where they hung was creating a crazy glare so I spent an extra $1.50 and had them reprinted at Costco where they offer the matte prints.   Crazy part – the color of the printable was different at both locations.  (I liked both color options).

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I wrapped my chalkboard with yellow and white twine and then tied it off.  Then I added mini clothespins, three per a row.  After hanging the photos in their original 4×6 form, I decided to make the image more prominent and trimmed each side to make them 4×4 squares.  LOVE!

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I think this is an excellent way to teach my sweeties about Passion Week…12 days leading up to Easter, and it’s a constant reminder of the sacrificial love of Jesus!

The Easter Story (Free Printable) ItsOverflowing

Want to see where it’s hanging?!  I’ve included a link to the images so you can print these for your home, too.   Add them to a bulletin board or lay one on your child’s pillow each night for the days leading up to Easter – great bedtime discussion!

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Click here to download The Easter Story in twelve free printables – including one empty card, signifying Jesus’ Resurrection!

Linking up at: Savvy Southern Style, Between Naps on the Porch

XO, Aimee

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  1. inelle says:

    Thank you for the beautiful files! We printed two sets to make it into a memory card game, and our child can learn the story of Easter throughout the game 🙂 It is just brilliant! Love your design!

  2. Donna Huchette says:

    I just wanted to say, even though you posted this 3 years ago I am thankful. I work as a Children’s Ministry Admin and our church has the kids go through stations on Easter Sunday walking through the week so they have a better grasp of what really happen. I have used your images for the station signs. So perfect. Thank you so much.

  3. Francene Schweyer says:

    I just wanted to thank you for you Easter story display board with the chevron background. I have always loved the Resurrection eggs, but never thought of displaying it like this. I help with our KidZone at church so I am putting together a display board similar to yours for our Easter lessons. In addition, I also created my own mini version as a craft so each of the kids will get to take their own Easter display board home! I love this idea and I am so excited to display it this Easter! THANK YOU FOR SHARING!

  4. These are an absolutely lovely way to celebrate the Easter Season ~ thanks so much for sharing at the It’s a Spring Thing Linky Party.

  5. Love these Aimee! What a perfect way to celebrate the Easter season. Thanks so much for sharing these with us. Have a wonderful day and Happy Easter friend!! 😉

  6. It’s like an advent tree but for Easter! What a great idea!

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