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Printable Letters From the Easter Bunny
Blue Lake , CA
Thursday, April 02, 2009
Easter Bunny Letter
Easter Bunny Letter
 
Easter can be extra-special for children this year with printable letters from the Easter Bunny as well as free printable Easter coloring pages from the new Web site, FreeEasterPrintables.com.

The site features more than 15 printable letters "signed" by the Easter Bunny, with versions suitable for boys and girls, baby's first Easter, Christian-themed Easter bunny letters and more. There's even a humorous Easter Bunny letter addressed to grown-ups.

The letters are all free to download and print in PDF format (PDFs can be viewed and printed from virtually any computer with Acrobat's free reader), or, for $5, a fully customizable letter can be instantly downloaded in .DOC format, which is compatible with Microsoft Word. With the .DOC version, parents or other "Easter Bunny helpers" can type in the child's name and further personalize the letter by adding or changing details.

"There are so many Easter Bunny letters to choose from at FreeEasterPrintables.com," said Kevin Savetz, the site's creator. "They are all in full-color, and expertly written a bit of humor thrown in. Kids will really feel a special connection with the Easter Bunny after receiving one of these letters, either in the mail or on Easter morning."

For extra authenticity, the letters feature the Easter Bunny's signature. The letters are on full-color Easter stationary from FreeEasterPrintables.com sister site FreeLetterheadTemplates.net, which offers dozens of free letterhead templates. They are easy to download and print in just seconds.

There are letters especially for families who celebrate the religious beliefs surrounding Easter as well as letters in which the Easter Bunny thanks a child for the carrot, mentions hopping around his or her house or references family pets.

There are Easter morning letters, gender-specific Easter letters and more.

"Children love hearing that the Easter Bunny enjoyed hiding their eggs," Savetz said. "In some of the letters, the bunny praises the child for becoming so skilled at hunting for them. Other letters mention that the Easter Bunny 'rules' forbid letting the bunny be seen, while others thank children in advance for their patience when hunting eggs with littler kids."

Since the letters can be immediately downloaded and printed from the user's home or office computer, the site is especially helpful when parents or other loved ones need a last-minute letter to add to an Easter basket, or when a child suddenly mentions that he or she was expecting to hear from the Easter Bunny.

The 10 Easter coloring page designs are great for keeping kids busy while adults prepare Easter dinner. Or, roll them up and tie with ribbon for an Easter basket surprise. There are also Christian Easter coloring pages for use at church or in Sunday school classes.

FreeEasterPrintables.com, which launched in March 2009, is among the nearly 40 sites in the FreePrintable.net family of free printables sites created by Savetz Publishing, Inc., a company devoted to creating useful and informative web sites of interest to consumers and small businesses.

Kevin Savetz ( savetz@gmail.com)

CEO

Savetz Publishing, Inc.

PO Box 1205
 
Blue Lake, CA
707-400-6360
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