These colorful Easter sublimation designs are ready to brighten all the celebrations! They are designed specifically for sublimation printing, which makes them perfect for creating shirts, totes, and more for your egg hunt crew!
Did some-bunny say Easter?
Yea, yea, I know… corny. But, in all seriousness, how is it almost Easter?! This year is flying by!
We’re planning to have a pretty low-key Easter at home this year. My brother and his family are currently visiting us, so we won’t have any extended family for the holiday later in April. I always like to do a little something to make the day feel special for my boys. And, of course, we don’t forget the true meaning behind Easter!
I created these designs with little ones in mind. My boys love wearing matching clothing, and holidays are no exception. Creating one-of-a-kind shirts for them has always been one of my favorite things. Plus, the photo opps are adorable!
This Hoppy Easter sublimation design is a fun way to create a festive shirt using sublimation printing. I love that sublimation process is able to capture the full color and digital design of an image! These shirts would be extra fun to wear while doing an Easter egg hunt. Grab a polyester shirt and create one for your egg hunt crew—big or small! Instead of a shirt, you could create custom tote bags for their egg collection!
Peeps. Whether you love them or hate them, they’re adorable. The Hangin’ with my Peeps design would make another fun matching shirt idea for your little one(s) and their friends and family. You could also create a door hanger with wood and sublimation coating spray. It’s definitely a unique craft project! I’m working on a tutorial for sublimation on wood that I’ll share soon!
Oh course, the My First Easter design would be the absolute cutest on a baby bodysuit. Just be sure it’s at least 70% polyester! You could even create a pillow and use it as a sweet photo prop to mark the occasion.
If you’re wondering what sublimation printing is, check out my Beginner’s Guide to Sublimation Crafting. It covers all the basics and walks you through everything you need to get started from choosing a sublimation printer to various sublimation projects!
If sublimation isn’t your thing, you can use these designs as you would PNG files for Print then Cut. You can upload them and use Cricut’s Print then Cut feature to create a t-shirt with printable iron-on. You could also make adorable stickers using printable waterproof vinyl. There truly are so many projects you can create with these designs!
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