20 Great Easter Cards

Easter is around the corner, so I thought I’d round up a few cute cards for the holiday. I love any excuse to send a card with a cute rabbit on it, and this year it looks like designers have given bunny fans plenty of options. I hope you’ll find something in here that’s perfect for your Easter needs — those painted eggs above definitely make me want to start decorating eggs pronto. xo, grace

*I’ve selected my top 20 cards here, but you can see my full research roundup of 50 cards on Pinterest right here.

Image above, clockwise from top left: Chocolate Bunny Card, $4.50 | Eggs Card, $6 | Hippity Hop Card, $6 | Easter Greetings, $2.95 | Geometric Eggs, $5 | Bite Me Bunny, $5 | Easter Palms, $4.50 | Kraft Card, $5.99 | Nest Card, $6

Image above: Egg Painting Card, $4

More Easter cards after the jump . . .

Image above, clockwise from top left: Cut Eggs, $4.50 | Colorful Eggs, $5 | Painted Eggs, $5.99 | Pink Egg Card, $5.99

Image above, clockwise from top left: Bunny Card, $4 | Polka Dot Bunnies, $10 | Red Egg, $8 | Hoppy Easter, $4

Image above: Egg Hunt Card, $4

Image above: Easter Feaster Card, $5

  1. Diana Pappas says:

    These are great and really get me excited for spring and of course, for Easter! I also adore this sweet bunny card by Emily MacKenzie: https://www.etsy.com/listing/88654268/bunny-greeting-cards-pack-of-6-blank

  2. Andrew says:

    Great collection of inexpensive Easter cards! Can’t go wrong with a bunny or decorated egg motif.

  3. Jo says:

    These are amazing – who thought Easter could be so inspiring? The egg painting card is my absolute fave – it’s a great take on the Easter theme…

  4. Ann says:

    Awesome round-up! The entire Pinterest board is some an eye-candy as well.

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