Add a little extra cuteness to your holiday with these printable Easter flags! These printable pennants are the perfect addition to Easter baskets, make adorable spring decor, and are perfect for photo props!
Looking for an easy way to add a bit of spring cheer to your Easter celebrations?
These adorable Easter pennant flags were made just for that! They’re a fun, quick way to add a little extra touch to Easter baskets and even your home decor this time of year.
I’ve created printable pennant flags for nearly every holiday so far, so of course I had to make a set for Easter! We played some tricks with these St. Patrick’s Day flags, rang in the new year with these New Year’s Eve flags, and spread the love with Valentine’s Day flags!
These printable Easter flags are an adorable way to bring a bit of spring indoors this Easter season. They also make a fun addition to Easter baskets. Your little ones can even use them as photo props! If your kids refuse to wear bunny ears and matching shirts, then perhaps this is just what you need to capture those natural smiles!
Hosting an Easter egg hunt this holiday? Use these as starting line markers or to mark “out of bounds” territory! Hosting an Easter brunch? Add one or two to floral arrangements for simple and fun table decoration, along with some cute Easter Basket Snack Cups!
However you decide to use these printable Easter flags, I’m sure it’ll be a hit! Don’t forget to tag me on Instagram @heyletsmakestuff to share!
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How to Assemble the Easter Pennant Flags
Choose which Easter pennant flag you want to make. They are sized to print—they’ll be about 8.5″ wide after the dowel is added. I printed on a light cardstock—thicker than printer paper, but still easy to curl around the dowel.
Once printed, cut long the edge of the pennant. I used my paper trimmer! You could also use a rotary cutter, acrylic ruler, and cutting mat to get nice, crisp edges. Scissors work too, of course.
Then wrap the vertical edge of the pennant around a dowel and glue using a hot glue gun.
If desired, add ribbons or tassels to the dowel as extra decoration! Easy peasy!
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