Read through and print off your own Easter Ressurection Eggs. Snag the free printable below. The first set was inspired by a tradition my family has done. Every Easter we open 12 eggs, called Resurrection Eggs. Each egg tells a little bit of the story of Christ. And inside each egg, you can find an item representing that part of the scripture. Here’s the free printable and what will be inside. Read below for the instructions and to get your own egg printables.
Easter Resurrection Eggs
want to suffer. He said to Heavenly Father, “If it be possible, let this cup pass from me.” But Jesus wanted
to obey Heavenly Father. He would suffer for all people who would repent of their sins.
wanted to hurt Jesus. They said they would give Judas 30 pieces of silver if he would show them where
Jesus was. So Judas showed them where Jesus was, which was in the Garden of Gethsemane.
up and took him to Pilate, the Roman leader.
Pilate wanted to let Jesus go, but the Pharisees hated Jesus. They said to Pilate, “Crucify him! Crucify
him!” Pilate did not want trouble with the Pharisees, so he washed his hands (act out with the soap) in front
of the people saying, “I am free of the blood of this just (good) person.” Pilate let his Roman soldiers take
Jesus to crucify him.
Piece of Soap
of thorns on his head. They made him hold a long green branch in his right hand. They made fun of Jesus,
called him names and spit upon him. Then they took the long green branch and hit him on the head with it.
Square of Felt that is Red
and put his clothes back on him. Then they took him away to Calvary Hill. The soldiers lay Jesus on a
wooden cross. They nailed his hands and feet to the cross.
Toothpick Cross and Nail
suffered on the cross for many hours. Then Jesus died. His spirit left his body. The sky was dark. There was
a big earthquake. Rocks broke in pieces. The Roman soldiers were afraid.
Matthew 27:45-46, 50-54
Bag of crushed rocks
clean cloth and laid him in a tomb (a place where people are buried).
Piece of White Fabric
anoint Jesus’ body with sweet spices.
Matthew 28:2 and Mark 16:1-9 Herbs
door. They looked inside the tomb, but Jesus’ body was not there. They saw an angel who said, “Jesus is
not here, for He is risen as he said.” Jesus was resurrected! His body and spirit had come together again. He
was alive again! Jesus promised that we, too, will be resurrected like Him. This is a very special gift that
Jesus gave to us.
Get your Easter Resurrection Eggs Here
And then cut them out along the lines. Wrap the strips around the eggs and then secure with tape. Easy! Also if you’re looking for some great coloring supplies, I recently tried PaperMates Ink Joy pens. As a lefty I loved that the ink was specially formulated to dry quicker cause I constantly have that ink mess on my hand. The colors are perfect for coloring the Egg wraps I made. Now here’s what we are wearing in this post. I am wearing a dress from Shop & Apparel. Nora and I have matching clogs from Svens clogs. Nora is wearing a dress from Persnickety and an adorable bunny cape from Tortoise and Hare. The boys have bow ties from Little Mr. from the Baby Cubby and suspenders from Sweet n’ Swag. The flowers are from Fox Glove. And all the photos are taken by Roxana Baker Photography.
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These pictures are SO gorgeous! My family always had resurrection egg stories– it is a great object lesson!
I loved this idea of Resurrection eggs. Pinning it right now so I can refer to it later. Also how adorable are your kids 🙂 loved your dress too!
Oh my goodness, you children's outfits are absolutely DARLING! Also, I love your Easter egg idea, it's not just about candy and bunnies! I'm going to give the watercolor eggs a try!
seriously obsessed with these pics!! SO SO So darling and perfect for easter!
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