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Featured bloggers for the Easter Kit from Melissa Esplin

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 #2: Easter Scripture Print, Basket Tag & Painted Egg Box from Melissa Esplin

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Hang a Ribbon on the Moon
Check out her handy list of spiritual tie-ins for common Easter basket fillers

I’m a wife, mom to four amazing kids, blogger, freelance editor and writer. I graduated from BYU in Advertising and love reading, discovering family history, playing in Photoshop and Illustrator, sewing, crafting, scrapbooking, traveling, sampling good chocolate, and taking care of my family. I enjoy sharing printables, projects and ideas that I create to fulfill my LDS Church callings and for my family. Most of my content is designed for Young Women. Find more posts at hangaribbononthemoon.com.


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See she added Christ-centered art to Melissa’s beautiful calligraphy

Clarks Condensed is a family lifestyle blog ran by Katie and Forrest Clark. It’s all about simplifying life and promoting the joy that comes from family and parenthood. You’ll find a wide variety of content ranging from family friendly meals, to DIY projects (that even non-crafty people can do), tips for living more frugally, and parenting and pregnancy advice.


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Check out her clever idea to give the print and some treats to a neighbor or friend

My name is Erica and I blog at 5 Little Monsters. I enjoy all kinds of crafts and I enjoy sharing my projects and ideas on my blog. There you will find crochet patterns, sewing and embroidery projects, and 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.

#Hallelujah: A FREE hand-lettered Easter kit from Melissa Esplin

Sugardoodle has partnered with six fantastic artists to help promote the 2016 Mormon.org Easter video, Hallelujah (launching 3/13/2016 at Easter.Mormon.org). Each of our artists have created their own free kit of printable Easter supplies for your family to enjoy.

The second fabulous Easter kit is from Melissa Esplin of MelissaEsplin.com. Melissa has used her amazing calligraphy skills to create a trio of perfect Christ-centered printables. Here is a quick video from Melissa chatting about why she created this gorgeous kit.


All of the printables and instructions are completely FREE however you won’t find them here on Sugardoodle. Instead, we’ve shared them with some of our favorite LDS bloggers and site owners. They’ve each put their own spin on Mandy’s creations and posted all the FREE printables on their own sites. You can find them by visiting the #Hallelujah main page and clicking on one of the Supporting Site links. The list launched today and is growing daily so be sure to check back often.

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We love the Easter season and all it represents. We hope this series of free posts and printables will help your family get a little closer to the Savior and to each other over the next few weeks.

Please reach out on social media platforms and share our kit maker’s creations with others. Don’t forget to use the hashtag #hallelujah so you can help promote the beautiful message of the Mormon.org video on your own feeds.

We want to give a big thank you to Melissa for her hand-crafted kit, the supporting site owners for reposting all her hard work, and to you for posting/pinning/tweeting about them. Happy Easter everyone!