DIY Easter Bunny Napkins

Hippity hoppity, Easter’s on it’s way…like tomorrow! If you’re looking for a simple way to add a dash of fun to your table, you should make these cute bunny napkins.

I was inspired by this idea by Party City. I followed their directions, but honestly found them a little hard to follow. There weren’t quite enough pictures of each of the steps.

Once I finally figured it out, I decided to do a more in-depth step-by-step (b/c it really wasn’t that hard once I got the hang of it.)

So here you go. >>

In terms of what you’ll need, it’s just two dinner napkins (one white and one pink) and a few other items: plastic egg, ribbon and a Sharpie. I filled my eggs with jelly beans, but you could fill yours with any egg-sized treat.

Now for the folding…

And then you’re finished!! Now it’s time to make one for everyone around your table. You could put one on each plate or fill a basket like I did.

All-in-all, I hope this was easy to follow. I’d love your feedback or questions. Until next time, wishing you many blessings.

Kate

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Decorating with Easter Bunnies

Last week I shared a list of Easter ideas using carrots – of all kinds. So I thought it would be fun and most appropriate to follow up with some ideas for using BUNNIES among your holiday decor, gifts, and menu.

First of all, I’m dying over the cuteness in this photo. Just look at these bunny best friends…with beautiful floral headbands!! I wonder if my little Rosie would wear one of these?! {photo via}

Now here are five of my favorite finds. >>

{ONE} Bunny succulents

Can you believe how cute these are?! I didn’t know these succulents even existed until I saw a story on them in this article. Apparently they’re all the rage in Japan right now. And I can see why.

The official name is Monilaria Obconica, and I found an online seller through Etsy. I haven’t ordered any yet, so you’ll have to let me know if you find another good source.

{TWO} Bunny pops

What a smart (and darling) treat for little ones! Two safety pops have been wrapped together and made to look like a bunny with the help of a white pom pom glued on like a tail. Cutie-patooties!

{THREE} Bunny baked goods

Every year I’m on the lookout for something super easy and delicious to add to our Easter brunch menu. I loved these homemade cinnamon twists the moment I saw them – and thought you might, as well. Enjoy!

{FOUR} Bunny napkins

Love, love, love this idea. If you look closely, this is simply a white napkin and a pink napkin that have been layered and folded up into a set of bunny ears.

And how fun to wrap it around an Easter egg! I plan to do this – and add love notes and treats inside each egg for my family.

{FIVE} Bunny gift wrap

Aww. Wouldn’t these felt bunny bags make a precious addition to any Easter basket?

If you don’t have time (or the skills) to sew felt bunnies, not to fear. You could try DIYing some paper sack buns. I’ve seen several tutorials using brown paper sacks, but I love the white in this photo. Any supermarket should carry white bags, too.

That’s my list – for now. What kind of bunny goodness do you have up your sleeve for Easter? I’d love to know!

Blessings,

Kate

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Happy Easter!

As we travel home from our spring break trip today, I wanted to be sure and wish all of you a happy, blessed Easter day. See you next week with a few beach pics. In the meantime, here are a few adorable bunnies to warm your heart. As they symbolize new life, may they also remind you of the significance of today.

For more sweet bunny pics, check out my special Pinterest board.

XOXO

-Kate

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