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Free Printables Christian Wall Art – Spring and Easter Decor

Free Printables Christian Wall Art -Four printables that are perfect to add to your spring or Easter decor. Easy to print at home and frame.

Free printable for your home! Hallelujah, He is Risen, Amazing Grace, and Rich in Mercy!

I love having scripture and encouraging reminders of God’s grace and mercy around my home. It helps me to remember where my help comes and to remember that His grace is sufficient for each day. I created these prints for that purpose and I want to share them with you!

You can get access to these free printables below!

Hallelujah printable in wood frame.


Amazing Grace framed printable.

Amazing Grace

Rich in Mercy printable in off-white frame. -free wall art printables.

Rich In Mercy

He is Risen printable in wood frame. -Free Printables Christian Wall Art

He is Risen!

I hope these prints are a blessing to you!

  • These printables are free and for your personal use only.
  • File format: PDF
  • Prints are 8 1/2 x 11
  • To fit in an 8 x 10 frame you will need to trim 1/4″ off each side and 1/2″ off top and bottom.  If you plan on putting these prints in a larger frame with a mat board – trimming isn’t necessary.

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Free printables for your home. Four different prints with a Christian message.

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Easy Easter Egg Wreath

Easy to make Easter Egg Wreath with spring flower garland and painted paper mache eggs.

An adorable homemade Easter Egg Wreath

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Supplies to make an Easy Easter Egg Wreath. Grapevine wreath, paint, eggs, flowers.

This wreath came together quickly and I’m really loving all the happy spring colors!

I was able to get all the supplies for this at JoAnn Craft & Fabric Store and Hobby Lobby. I would imagine these supplies could be found in most craft stores. If you don’t have a craft store close by or prefer to shop online, I have links below for several of the items on Amazon.

Supplies needed to make this Easy Easter Egg Wreath:

grapevine wreath
flower garland or flower sprigs
paper mache eggs
acrylic paint in spring colors – I used DecoArt Americana – Blue Haven, Poodleskirt Pink, Banana Cream, Light Lime, and Light Orchid (I added a little of the blue to get this a deeper purple)
sponge brush
glue gun
glue sticks
needle nose wire cutters
freezer paper to protect your surface
plastic plate for paint
little applesauce cups or something similar


Painting eggs for an Easter Wreath

Step 1. Paint the paper mache eggs using a foam brush in your favorite spring colors. A plastic plate works really well as a palate for the paint. Pour out about the size of a quarter of the paint to start with. It doesn’t take much paint to cover an egg.

Painting a paper mache egg.

Paint all around the sides of the egg and then place them in a little applesauce cup to dry. The cup holds them up better to dry and the egg shouldn’t stick to the cup.

Painted paper mache eggs.

After the sides are dry, go back and paint the ends. One coat should be enough.
You can always mix a little of your paints to get another shade if needed. The purple that I picked looked a little too pink, so I added a bit of the blue to make it a stronger purple color.

Grapevine wreath with a sprig of flowers.

2. Use wire cutters to cut the garland in small sections.

Grapevine wreath with a sprig of flowers.

Fluff the sections of garlands out to give it a fuller look.

Grapevine with with flowers being placed on it.

Before gluing down the sections to the wreath, place the flowers on the wreath to get a feel for how you want them placed.

Assembling the wreath with flowers.

Once you know how you want your flowers placed, begin gluing down your flower sections. Glue the base of the section and a few leaves, but leave the majority of it unglued. That way it will look fuller.

Grapevine wreath with flowers.

You may need to cut a few sections of the flowers into smaller pieces to help fill out the wreath.

Look for any areas that may need some extra flowers to fill it out.

Spreading out the flowers over the grapevine wreath.

After you have all the flower pieces glued on, fluff out any flowers or leaves that need to freshened up.

Placing the painted eggs on the Easter Wreath.

3. Before gluing the eggs, place them around the wreath to see where you want them placed. Once they are where you want them glue down one egg at a time. You can add a little extra glue to any area the needs to be more secure.

Pretty spring wreath with flowers and painted paper mache eggs.

Yay! It all finished and ready to hang!

I hope you enjoyed this craft! I’d love to see what yours, tag me on social media with #mamashire!

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An adorable Easter Egg Wreath with flowers and painted paper mache eggs.

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Free Embroidery Pattern for Spring – Hello Spwing!

Free Embroidery Pattern for Spring - Hello Spwing!

Introducing my new free embroidery pattern for spring! It’s called Hello, Spwing! and features this adorable little duckling holding a fresh spring blossom and telling the world “Hello Spwing” in his little quacky voice.

This design will fit inside a 5″ embroidery hoop but this sweet little duckling would also look adorable on a tea towel or a pillow.

(Some links in this post are affiliate links which means I earn a percentage, at no cost to you, when you purchase. See my disclosure policy here.)

Supply list for making the Hello, Spwing! embroidery:

muslin or quilt cotton fabric
Cricut Bright Pad or you can tape up on a window
Sakura Pigma Micron 005 (black) to trace design on fabric
DMC embroidery floss
5″ embroidery hoop
embroidery needle
PDF of Hello, Spwing! in my free resource library. You can get the password at the bottom of this post.

Cricut Bright Pad with free embroidery pattern

Place the printed PDF of the embroidery pattern on top of the Bright Pad (lightbox) and then place the fabric over the PDF. You can use a little tape to hold everything in place while you trace the design.

Sakura Pigma Micron 005 pen for tracing embroidery pattern.

I like to use the Sakura Pigma Micron 005 pen because it has a very fine tip and doesn’t bleed. You can find them on Amazon, craft stores, and office supply stores.

Bright Pad and free embroidery pattern with fabric.

This is with the light on the Bright Pad so that you can see how easy it is to trace the design onto the fabric. If you don’t have a Bright Pad you can tape the PDF to a window and then tape the fabric over the PDF to trace.

Cute little free embroidery pattern for spring.

After tracing the design onto the fabric, place a second layer of fabric behind it and then put both layers of fabric into the embroidery hoop. This way you are stitching through two layers of fabric. (I think it helps to keep the thread on the back from showing through on the front side. This is optional, it’s just my preferred way to do it.)

Embroidery hoop with free embroidery pattern for spring.

After you finish stitching, place the design in the center of the hoop and lightly pull the fabric taut as you tighten the screw to secure the fabric.  Measure the fabric out from the hoop about 1 1/2 – 2 inches all the way around and trim off the excess fabric.

Embroidery hoop back with fabric pulled tight.

Take your needle and a long piece of thread about 18-24 inches long with the tail knotted, begin stitching a straight stitch about 1/4″ to 1/2″ from the edge of the fabric. Draw the fabric tight and tie off the thread.

Adorable free embroidery pattern for spring.

It’s all finished!

(If you like you can slip stitch or use a blanket stitch to attach a piece of felt on the back to cover where the fabric was pulled together. This is optional.)

Free Embroidery Pattern for Spring - Hello Spwing!


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Happy stitching!

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