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DIY Easter Bunny Ear Napkins

diy easter bunny ear napkins

If you are looking to add something fun to your Easter table but want to keep it simple, try these DIY Easter Bunny Ear Napkins! They are so easy to make and look adorable on the table.  I found these gorgeous roses and they don’t even look real!  The color is so rich and I love the way they look on my vintage linen.

diy easter bunny ear napkins

I found the linen on Etsy and the vintage flatware is from Anthropologie. More and more I’m shopping on Etsy.  I like supporting small businesses and you can find unique items (ceramics for example) for a lot less. Do be careful that you look at shipping costs and where the item is coming from.  Sometimes you get drawn in with the price and then you realize it’s being shipping from Ukraine. It will take a long time to arrive and if you need to return the item it’s difficult.

spring table decor

You will need the following supplies:

  • Scissors
  • Square napkin
  • Egg
  • String, ribbon, or twine
  • Baby’s breath or daisies

diy easter bunny ear napkins

How to make DIY Easter Bunny Ear Napkins:

  1. Fold your napkin into a triangle
  2. Roll starting from the tip
  3. Create bunny ears by crossing the ends of your napkin
  4. Add ribbon or string followed by the egg
  5. Place baby’s breath under the string

Watch the process here!

diy easter bunny ear napkins

That’s it and it takes just a few minutes! For more Easter  ideas check out these blog posts:

Lemon Pound Cake

Vintage Inspired Easter Table

Easter Tablescape: Four Easty Steps

lemon pound cake


- Leslie

- Leslie

Welcome to Lemon Grove Lane, where I share seasonal recipes and heartfelt home inspiration, all curated to nurture the art of a well-lived life.

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