This Spoiler Alert The Tomb Was Empty printable makes the perfect Easter decor for your home.
People celebrate Easter for different reasons. I know that not everyone believes what I believe and that’s perfectly okay. But the reason we (meaning my family) celebrate Easter is the resurrection of Jesus Christ. So I created this religious printable from Luke 24:24 in the Bible.
With Easter quickly approaching (oh my gosh where is this year going) I wanted to share this Easter printable I created for use in my home with you. If you like it and would like to use it in your home or office, please feel free to print it and frame it for your personal use.
The Tomb Was Empty Printable
I created this Spoiler Alert The Tomb Was Empty printable in Adobe Illustrator on an 8.5 x 11 inch artboard at 300 DPI. You should be able to print at home or send to a printer (like Office Depot) at 8.5 x 11 inches without any distortion. You should also be able to print at smaller dimensions as well for smaller frames.
When printing I recommend printing this printable using your printer’s best printing option. My printer has three options: draft, better, and best. Look in your printer control settings to see if you have these options. If so, print on best as that will give you the best print. (Go figure LOL!)
It also helps if you use a thicker paper, like cardstock, so that the paper is not transparent. To me it seems like the paper takes the ink better when it’s thicker and sturdier, but maybe it’s just my imagination – who knows!
For Easter I like to keep things simple so that the message isn’t hidden. I feel like this Spoiler Alert The Tomb Was Empty printable is just that – simple yet so powerful.
Don’t forget to pin this post to your Easter or Printables board so that you can find it easily when you need it. Also, if you’re not following me on Pinterest, what are you waiting for? Hop on over and follow me.
I just love how this design turned out. If you like this, you may like some of these other Easter posts.