Cute Easter Shirts are trending right now and they’re not limited to kids. The whole family can enjoy wearing an Easter t-shirt. From simple Happy Easter shirts to funny Easter tees, there’s an Easter day shirt option for every age group.

I’ve rounded up 19 of the best Easter Shirt Ideas that you can make with your Cricut machine or Silhouette Cameo. Be sure to keep your heat press (or Cricut Easypress if you are lucky enough to have one) and heat transfer vinyl handy because once you get started, you will be making DIY Easter shirts for every friend, neighbor and family member.

Easter Shirt Ideas


If you ask kids what their favorite part of Easter is, they will most likely tell you that it’s 1 of 3 things. They will tell you it’s the Easter egg hunts, the Easter Basket with chocolate bunnies or the tradition of dying Easter eggs.

Some of these activities can get a bit messy. Having custom shirts with Easter designs is not a bad way to go. Throw it over your Easter Outfits and it will save your dress clothes for another occasion.

Of course you don’t want to see their clothes get dirty at all but better their t-shirts than their dress clothes.

A fun option for shirts especially if you’re wearing them to do Easter crafts is to tie-dye them first before applying the vinyl. If the shirt gets dirty, the tie-dye can act as a camouflage.


There’s no shortage of Easter Shirt Ideas out there but I’ve noticed that some are more popular than others. This selection of Easter shirts are very popular and trendy right now.

Any one of these t-shirt designs would be a great choice for kids Easter shirts.


There’s the traditional Happy Easter t-shirt with the bunny ears and the adorable graphic tee with the bunny tail.


Then there’s funny Easter shirts like this Show Me the Bunny shirt and this Chick Magnet tee.


My favorite Easter t-shirts are the ones that focus on the true meaning of Easter like this It’s Not About the Bunny, It’s About the Lamb shirt and this Spoiler Alert: The Tomb Was Empty shirt.


Perhaps t-shirts aren’t your thing but you love these design ideas so much that you just HAVE to use them somehow. The great thing about the cut files that were used in making the shirts below is that there is not right way or wrong way to use them. You can use them on may different Cricut projects.

If you prefer to use these Easter designs on tote bags or wine glasses, go right ahead! These ideas are just to inspire you.

Here’s a list of supplies that you will need when making any Easter project with your cutting machine.


From the person who can't take anything seriously to the one who loves traditional shirts, this collection of Easter Shirt Ideas has something for everyone.


Now that you’ve been inspired by all of these awesome Easter Shirt Ideas, you’ve probably picked a few that you’d like to make. If you’re a new Cricut or Silhouette user you might be unsure what file type you need. Let me help you decide.

Cricut Design Space, any one of these file types will work: SVG, PNG, JPG, DXF, GIF, and BMP. 

Silhouette has various versions of their Silhouette Studio Software. See specifics below.

Basic Silhouette Studio: STUDIO, DXF, PNG, JPG, BMP, GIF, TIFF, PDF

Silhouette Studio Designer Edition: SVG, GSD, STUDIO, DXF, PNG, JPG, BMP, GIF, TIFF, PDF

Silhouette Studio Designer Edition Plus: SVG, PES, DST, EXP, JEF, XXX, GSD, STUDIO, DXF, PNG, JPG, BMP, GIF, TIFF, PDF

Silhouette Business Edition Plus: SVG, EPS, AI, CDR, PES, DST, EXP, JEF, XXX, GSD, STUDIO, DXF, PNG, JPG, BMP, GIF, TIFF, PDF

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