Learn 2 ways to create a cute bunny napkin fold for your Easter table.
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Easter is about a month away and I am getting ready with décor, crafts and some menu planning. I love a pretty Spring table for Easter and plan on having some special napkins set out at each place setting.
I am sharing a bunny napkin fold with you today that you can use for an informal Easter brunch or a sit down dinner.
These Easter napkin folding techniques are easy to replicate and will look great at your table. Check out the video below and learn how to create this bunny napkin fold.
Easter has to be one of my favorite holidays. There’s always the chance we will have Spring like weather this time of year and that makes any celebration more special. Regardless of the weather outside, indoors my home will be bright and colorful to match the mood of the holiday.
I am sharing a simple bunny napkin fold with you today, one that you can use to adorn your Easter table.
I used square white napkins like these to fold these bunnies. Opt for a cotton blend napkin that washes nicely and comes out of the dryer without any wrinkles.
If you are trying to make the switch from paper napkins to cloth, you want to take the work out of using them. Ironing napkins is not something most of us want to spend time on.
If you are looking for colorful options, this brand of cloth napkins is great.
The second fold is the perfect way to wrap up a hard boiled egg, it would look even better with a dyed egg. Try drawing a little bunny face on the shell to go with the ears.
Today’s post is part of an Easter Inspiration Challenge over on YouTube. I challenged my fellow creators to share videos that would inspire you as you prepare for Easter. You can find the full playlist below, just click on the image to start watching.
If you are looking for other holiday napkin folding ideas check out these posts.
I hope this bunny napkin fold, and the other Easter projects over on YouTube, will inspire you to decorate and create for Easter.
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