Today I'm sharing a beautiful FREE Easter project from Heidi Swapp.
I loved this idea so much because each scripture included really helps to tell the story of Easter and when we get to the last card we have to ponder what it really means to us that He did it all for us, as an individual. What does that mean to you?
For me it means that I'm worth it, which is sometimes hard to remember in a world like ours. It also means that He loves me so much, so much so that He died for me; and all I can say to that is #Hallelujah and my heart wants to sing just like this...
I wanted to share Heidi's message as Easter gifts, so I used her printables to create my own envelopes. What a beautiful way to study about Easter and have your own personal experience.
I don't have a Heidi Swapp Minc machine and unfortunately my printer was out of color ink, otherwise I would have loved to print out the gold printables that Heidi has available on her website. To add some color to my envelopes I decided to print the black printables on colored cardstock.
To add even more color I added patterned paper to the inside flap of the envelopes.
Once the envelopes were all nestled together and wrapped in ribbon, I decided to add a treat box to go along with it.
For my second set I wanted my envelopes to be in a variety of colors, so I decided to match the cardstock to my treat box.
Again I added patterned paper to the inside flap of the envelopes.
I just love the final product and the important message that each gift carries.
Easter is so much more than Easter egg hunts and I'm grateful to be part of this initiative to share what Easter really is all about.
Go check out Heidi Swapp's blog for all the details on how to create your own. She has printables, instructions, pictures and a personal heartfelt message about what Easter means to her. It's such a beautiful message too. Thanks so much, Heidi, for sharing your heart and talent!
And if you'd like to watch some videos on Easter, click the picture or link below.
We watched all these videos tonight as a family and enjoyed each and everyone and the spirit it brought into our home. How grateful I am for my Savior!