Easter Subway Art

Yeah!  It’s Friday and my Big Guy turns 6 today! Feels like he was just born.  Enough about me, let’s get to some Easter fun!  I love this printable and I hope you will too.

I don’t know about you but I’m tired of Easter Subway art that is all about the bunny.  Although we enjoy Easter baskets and egg hunts at our house I want to glorify the One who rose from the dead on Easter, my Savior.  So I created my own Easter Subway Art to bring glory to Jesus, the Risen One!  I had it printed on canvas in the modern Easter colors.  To download a huge version {to use as you please} simply click on the style you want.

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I went with pastels, jewel tones and modern Easter colors.  Enjoy!

16×20 version {below}

16×20 versions {top 3}

11×14 version {bottom 3}

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Get Egged!

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Have you started thinking Spring yet?  My mind can’t get there quickly enough and I wish the weather would cooperate and warm up!  One of my favorite parts of Halloween is being BOOed!  It is always such a fun idea and my kids love being sneaky.

Whose kids wouldn’t LOVE to see something like this on their front porch?  This year for Easter we will be egging others in our neighborhood. 

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What to do:

  1. Download and print out 2 copies of the “We’ve Been Egged” and the directions.  There are directions for generic Easter and for a Christian Easter focused on blessing others by leaving them encouraging notes in addition to the treat!
  2. Hide notes or treats in a dozen plastic eggs and secretly hide them in front of 2 houses.  Leave the “We’ve Been Egged” sign AND the directions in a small basket, cup etc. on the front porch.  You could also leave a yummy treat for the family to share like cookies or homemade bread {just a thought, yeah, I love carbs}.
  3. You can either ring the bell and RUN your tail off {I’m thinking I wouldn’t be fast enough anymore for this} OR just leave it on the porch to be DISCOVERED!

Download the generic Easter directions HERE

Download the Christian Easter directions HERE

Have a blast spreading Easter cheer to those around you!  {And don’t blame any skinned knees on me}  🙂

**  By request:  Here is a version of I’ve Been Egged with 4 on a page for use in a school or workplace.  Enjoy!

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