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Easter Greeting Verses

Easter greeting verses are a great way to greet your friends and relatives on the auspicious day of Easter. Easter greeting verses can be written down on Easter cards and sent to your far relatives to wish them on Easter. You can also use these Easter verses poems to create beautiful Easter banners and flags that can be used to decorate you homes and churches to set the mood for Easter.

Verses for Easter cards should include Easter motifs like the bunny, Easter eggs to remind people about this festival. You can also teach your kids these amazing Easter bible verses for cards and have them greet people by reciting these verses. These Easter greeting verses are perfect to use while creating a handmade Easter greeting card that can then be given to someone on Easter.

Here are a few of Easter greeting verses that you can use:

Easter Greeting Verses

“It’s Easter time; once again
This hand-made card’s to say
Have a basketful of Springtime Smiles
And a happy Easter Day.”

“Easter duck and Easter chick,
Easter eggs with chocolate thick,
Easter hats for one and all,
Easter bunny makes a call!
Happy Easter always brings
Such a lot of pleasant things!”

“Here Comes the Easter Bunny
Hopping through your town
Then you’ll find on Sunday morning
The eggs he has left around.

Pink ones and blue ones
Solid ones and hollow
If you can pick out his path
Then you’ll be able to follow

But he only comes to kind and gentle
To those who truly believe
Because it is true and everyone knows
You have to believe to receive.”

“Easter brings the best surprises,
Baby chicks and buds in bloom
And Spring sunshine
That fills your room.”

“Have the happiest of Easters
And the springiest of Springs”

“It’s Eastertime, once again
This hand-made card’s to say
Have a basketful of Springtime Smiles
And a happy Easter Day .”

“This is a special hand made Easter card
With a message to impart
May you enjoy some Springtime magic
These words are from the heart.”

Use these beautiful Easter verses to greet people a ‘Happy Easter” this year.

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