DYI Easter Decorations

Easter offers a welcome break from the busy everyday life. It is a time of cherished traditions that bring the family together, as it ushers in the arrival of spring.
Use this holiday to get creative together with your family and brighten your home with lovely home-made Easter decorations.

Soft Gallery’s creative designer, Sine, has shared one of her favourite family traditions at Easter. Together with her three children, she enjoys making her own Easter decorations and Easter Letters (gækkebreve).

Here, you can download her templates and guidance to make your own Easter decorations.

Easter eggs and letters in paper prints

Join the Danish Easter tradition of sending an Easter Letter (gækkebrev). Use your imagination and cut a piece of paper into different shapes. Then write a teasing poem and sign it with dots equal to the number of letters in your name. If the recipient cannot guess who sent the letter, the sender earns an Easter chocolate egg.

Make your own ‘gækkebrev’ or paper Easter eggs with beautiful pastel-coloured prints from soft gallery.
Download printable sheets covered in our beloved Owl print or the new flower print:

Upcycle outdated clothes to beautiful easter eggs

Sine also enjoys bringing new life and purpose into outdated clothes, by transforming them into new items. See here how you can create easter eggs from clothes you no longer use. This is a great way to re-use resources and feel the happiness of reviving an old favourite style.

Download and print the template and guidance here:

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