I love creating printable artwork to display in our home. It’s a simple, inexpensive way to keep the decor fresh, and it’s takes only minutes to update and change with the seasons.
This week I am bringing out all of our Easter decorations, so I decided to make a couple of new Easter printables for our home and to share with you.
Matthew 28:6 is probably one of the most recognizable of all Easter Bible verses. I think it essentially sums up the reason we celebrate Easter. He has Risen!
I have this printable framed in a simple, black 8″x10″ frame right in our entryway. What a great truth to read as soon as you enter our home!
Free Printable Bible Verse for Easter #1:
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And here’s a more colorful print to bring a little spring into your decor. I used another great Easter Bible verse from Job 19:25 “I know that my redeemer lives!”
Free Printable Bible Verse for Easter #2:
Download the free printable “My Redeemer Lives” Bible verse in the size you prefer:
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I keep a few 8″x10″ and 5″x7″ picture frames around our house especially to display seasonal Bible verses, inspirational quotes, or subway art for the changing seasons and holidays. I like to keep some plain black and white frames as well as decorative frames with colors and interesting shapes that coordinate with my decor.
Fancy and unique picture frames can be expensive, but you don’t have to spend a lot of money on them. Here are a few of my favorite places to buy frames at discounted prices:
- thrift stores,
- discount stores like TJ Maxx, Ross, and Marshall’s,
- Walmart and Target,
- Amazon (here’s a nice 8×10 black frame),
- craft stores like Hobby Lobby, JoAnn’s and Michael’s.
Don’t forget to check the clearance sections in these stores. Picture frames are quick and easy to spray paint, so don’t overlook a color or finish that doesn’t match your decor.
Keeping a few framed Bible verses in our home helps me keep God’s word in my everyday life. It is also a great tool to help memorize scripture. Each time I walk by the print I try to read the whole verse, either to myself or sometimes I even read it out loud. Our kids also notice when I change the framed Bible verses and usually comment on them which creates an opportunity to talk about scripture. I ask them what the verse means to them and then share why I chose it.
God’s word is alive!
I hope you enjoy these free printable Bible verses as you celebrate the resurrection of Jesus this Easter!
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Here is a simple Easter Resurrection Rolls recipe that you can make with your children. It really brings the Easter story to life. It comes complete with narration and Bible verses that you can print out to go along with each step of the recipe. In the end, you’ll have hollow “tombs” because He has risen, indeed!
Oh, and they are delicious, too!