Easter Brunch…

Free Printable Easter Designs - The TomKat Studio for HGTV

Happy Monday, friends! Gosh, is it really Easter this weekend already? This year is flying by, isn’t it? I thought I would share some of our FREE printable Easter collections for those of you hosting a gathering this weekend. Back in 2011, we styled this aqua and yellow Easter Brunch for HGTV. The feature is filled with decorating ideas, delicious recipes and free printables including invitations, party circles, a happy easter banner, favor flags and food labels. View the full feature and download the designs on HGTV! 

Easter Printables | The TomKat Studio for HGTV

photos by laura winslow photography

Free Printable Easter Cupcake Flags | The TomKat Studio for HGTV

 

Last year, we styled this Easter Egg Hunt and Decorating Party for HGTV. We went with a fun, bright color scheme that the kids are sure to love! The feature includes printable designs, yummy recipes, party decor crafts and activities for keeping the kids busy! Free printable designs include: invitation, welcome sign, “happy easter” banner, “start” banner, and more! View the full feature and download the designs on HGTV!

Free Easter Egg Hunt Printables | The TomKat Studio for HGTV

photos by rennai hoefer, ten22 studio

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    Jennifer Chrispin says

    I really in desperate need to find how to mount a backdrop so that it looks seamless and neat. I see with all the party you post that everyones back drop looks so good. Through my research I notice that people stated that use foam board or gator board and screw it onto the table they are using. But if screwing the foam or gator board is not an option what can I do???I desperately wanting to know how people mount backdrops that they look so clean, net and seamless. I am desperate!

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