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Easter Banner Designs

Coloring Pages & Banner Designs

Coloring pages, illustrations, and banner designs to help you creatively explore scripture texts.

Easter Banner Designs

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Easter Banner Designs

15.00

[This resource is one of many in our 2017 Lent Bundle]

DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ONLY

Banner designs by: Hannah Garrity

This pair of banner designs offer a powerful image of the the empty tomb and symbolize how Jesus’ resurrection transforms the brokenness of the world. Use these designs to create unique worship art to share the beauty and mystery of the resurrection. There are several ways you can bring these hand-drawn designs to life in your congregation (from simply coloring them to cutting them into intricate paper lace banners). Choose the option below to best fit your needs and context.

NOTE: Pictured is the 36"x48" coloring poster option and examples of other paper lace banners. To develop these designs into two 8' paper lace banner designs, see details below.

 

 

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Artist’s statement:

"The inside of the tomb represents the struggle, pain, sin, and brokenness in the world. I was drawn to portray how the struggle is all there, but is transformed by Jesus' resurrection. After Easter, the brokenness is still there, but as present-day disciples, we join Jesus to work to take it all away, knowing that God can conquer all brokenness, including death. The left and right images are from Jesus' point of view. On the left we see through his eyes looking out of the tomb, seeing the path of new life that lies ahead. The right banner imagines that Jesus has climbed out of the tomb and is looking back into it, seeing the pain that remains in the world that must be transformed and eradicated with our help."
—Hannah Garrity

Download includes:

  • files to print the designs as 36"x48" coloring posters
  • horizontal files to project and trace the designs onto banners 8'x2.5'
  • vertical files to print the designs (at your local print shop) as 8'x2.5' 
  • written instructions with 3 options (summarized below) for bringing these designs to life in your congregation! 

There are several ways to bring these designs to life in your congregation. DOWNLOAD THE WRITTEN INSTRUCTIONS HERE to learn more about your creative options. Choose the option below to best fit your needs and interests:

Option A.) Coloring Posters


Suitable for: Youth and adults of all ages
Level of time, planning, commitment: (1 of 5 stars)
Process: download and print 36"x48" posters of the designs at your local print shop. Invite members to color in the designs with markers, colored pencils, crayons, etc. (pssst...we printed these files at Staples as black & white "engineering prints" for only $7: http://www.staples.com/sbd/content/copyandprint/engineering-prints.html )

Option B.) Painted Banners

Suitable for: Youth and adults of all ages
Level of time, planning, commitment: (3 of 5 stars)
Process: Project and trace designs onto kraft paper to create 8' x 2.5' banners. Invite members to paint the designs using tempera or acrylic paint. (see tutorial video below & written instructions included for more info)

Option C.) Paper Lace Cut-Out Banners

Suitable for: older youth (with supervision) and adults
Level of time, planning, commitment: (5 of 5 stars)
Process: Following the tutorial video below and written instructions included in download, project, trace, and cut out designs on photography studio backdrop paper to create beautiful paper lace banners.
CLICK THIS LINK to purchase photography backdrop paper thick enough for paper lace banners.

Follow the step-by-step instructions in the video below for completing Options B & C. Note: This tutorial shows the process using last year's Advent banner designs. Follow the same instructions and steps for completing the Easter designs.