As all of you know, we at Sugardoodle have been trying to spread the beauty of the mormon.org Easter video this season. We reached out to six amazingly talented women to create a series of free printable Easter kits to support the campaign.
Over the past few weeks some of our favorite bloggers have been posting about the kits and their own Christ-centered family traditions. There were tons to choose from but we wanted to introduce you to a few of our favorite posts from each kit. We hope you click over, read their posts, comment and get inspired to bring more meaning to your family’s Easter.
Featured Bloggers from Kit #3: Hand-brushed nested envelopes from Heidi Swapp
Check out her kid-friendly matryoshka doll painting activity
Jessica Poe is a mother of three and a collector of divine details. Her first book, Everyday MOMents: Discovering Christ in the Details of Motherhood, just released. She’s also a homeschooler by day and writer by naptime. Jessica and her family live under the lively green trees of Oregon; where her heart flutters for bird watching, berry picking and basking in small, natural moments. Find more posts at jessica-poe.com.
Make your own Heidi Swapp inspired T-shirt with a her cool tutorial
Jennifer Evans lives in the Pacific Northwest with her supportive husband and two children. She loves Jane Austen novels, coffee, a warm blanket, and Cadbury chocolates. Jennifer started blogging over nine years ago, to share her love and passion for paper crafting, diy, and home decor. Create Often is a blog that encourages readers to take time out to document the little things in life. It is these little things that we will want to remember tomorrow.
Check out how she added a pop of color and fun patterns to Heidi’s envelope idea
I blog at Creative Mommas with my two sisters and we share all things creative. We love sewing, DIY, party planning, crafting and so much more.
There are so many other wonderful bloggers participating in this campaign. Please click over to the #hallelujah main page to see the full list and get links to the kit maker’s posts.