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MAKE YOUR OWN EASTER DECORATION: A NAPKIN BUNNY

Just in time for the festivities, online is teeming with springtime Easter decoration ideas. But what can you do quickly and easily with napkins?
We're blown away by this cute DIY creation: napkins that you can fold as an Easter bunny. It can be made in a flash and is guaranteed to be admired by your guests.

We hope you have fun folding and decorating them.

You need:

  • hard-boiled eggs
  • 1 black, waterproof pen
  • small beads (e.g. in mother-of-pearl look or pastel colours)
  • 1 roll of thin natural cord
  • Hot glue gun
  • Fabric or paper napkins
  • Kraft cardboard and stamp for name tags (optional)
  • Hole puncher
  • Quantities: Depending on the number of seats

Extra tip: How about napkins in pastel shades?
Because these blend wonderfully into a spring-fresh Easter decoration.

AND THAT'S HOW IT WORKS

Step 1:

Draw 2 dots each as eyes on the egg. Thread a small piece of natural string through a bead. Twist the whiskers apart a little.
Glue the bead together with the cord onto the egg as an Easter bunny's nose. Use the hot glue gun for this.

Step 2:

Cut out small name tags from the kraft cardboard. Then stamp the names of your guests on them.
Punch a hole in the top with the hole punch.

Step 3:

Lay the napkin smoothly in front of you on the table. Fold 2 of the sides a little.
Turn the napkin so that the tip of the folded sides is facing you. Now roll up the napkin completely.

Step 4:

Place the egg in the centre as the Easter bunny face and wrap it tightly with the napkin roll.
Now fix the cute ears by knotting them with a piece of cord.

Step 5:

Pull the cord through the name tag and tie it into a decorative bow. 

Step 6:

Repeat the process for all eggs and napkins - depending on how many Easter napkins you need and want to fold.
The naturally beautiful eye-catchers for your Easter table are ready. Folding napkins at Easter made easy. Ideal for all DIY fans - but even those who don't do much crafting will be thrilled ...