The Easter Bunny has been here and left a jumble of eggs! We made a versatile SVG of Easter Egg Outlines that you can use in many different ways for cards.

Easter Egg Outlines

These SVG images are designed so they could be used portrait or landscape, so think about your layout before you start gluing things down.

It’s so versatile though! Glue the outlines and the parts down together, or just use the outline as a guide and glue down the pieces alone. You can even use the outlines as a stencil. In the video we showed using chalks, but you could use a background stamp, inks, Copic markers, and more!


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