There’s still time before Easter dinner to create these Easy DIY Easter Napkin Rings to jazz up your table!
No matter if I’m setting a table for two, or a full family table, I enjoy adding special little touches to the table setting to help make memories.
I used THESE cloth napkins, but you could easily do this same idea with disposable napkins if you prefer. Especially if you get some of the larger, premium napkins like THESE.
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How to Make an Easy DIY Easter Napkin Rings
Fold your napkin into a rectangle. I folded mine as shown below so that I had clean, folded edges on three sides.
I used my Cricut Maker to quickly cut out 12 ovals on ivory cardstock. I sized them approximately 2″x3″ because that was a good size for my chocolate bunny.
If you don’t own a Cricut, you can trace or print, and cut ovals, or even just make rectangles for ease. I used a similar style napkin ring to this one at Thanksgiving and used easy-to-cut rectangles for that one, which you can see HERE.
Punch a hole in each side of the ovals with a paper punch, and then feed a 9-inch piece of ivory organza ribbon through from behind on each side.
Tuck your silverware inside and carefully pull each side of the ribbon until it snuggly holds the napkin around the silver. Take care not to tear the holes in the cardstock when adjusting the ribbon.
I found this package of chocolate bunnies at Aldis. I liked them because they were wrapped in gold foil with pink bows, which is a nice match to the vintage 1930s china I’m using for Easter.
You can choose any candy that you like. Foil-wrapped eggs would be so cute!
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Use a small amount of hot glue to attach the foil-wrapped candy to the cardstock oval. Be careful of using too much, or you’ll melt the chocolate! 🍫😬
That’s it! Simple, economical, and so stinkin’ cute! Plus, after dinner, your guests can enjoy a little sweet treat. 🐰🍫
If you’re looking for more Easter table ideas, check out my Easter table from 2019, which included another fun and easy DIY napkin ring idea!
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17 thoughts on “Easy DIY Easter Napkin Rings”
Love this Niky, it is simple, adorable, and looks fairly easy to put together, my kind of crafting! Oh my goodness, can we talk about your beautiful 1930’s dishes? They are stunning! Thank you for sharing!
I am always so sad when I see all the lovely china sets at thrift stores that people have just cast off. I feel lucky to have been gifted this set from my mother-in-law.
Such a cute idea for Easter!! They look so lovely with your pretty dishes!
Thank you, Rachel!
SO cute Niky! I love your china too! 💗 I know everyone would love the beautiful table and especially the little bunny treat! Hope you have a lovely Easter!
Thanks so much, Barbara!
As an alternative to hot glue, you might try Aleen’s Tacky Glue. If you let the spot of it dry before attaching whatever you wish to attach, it is easily removed and if you want the item there permanently, you adhere them when wet and let it dry. The former way would work nicely for these, I believe. Cute idea. Blessings!
This is such a good idea! The simple things are often the best. Thank you for joining our montly creative linkparty.
Niky, this is so adorable! This would be cute with like a dinner mint or something attached to the napkin ring for non-holidays! Thanks for sharing and linking with me.
Yes, that’s a great idea, Shelbee!
How cute! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm!
Those are adorable! What a perfect finish for the dining table. Pinned.
What a cute idea!
Thank you, Carol! 🐰
Niky these are adorable!
Thank you, Cindy! 🐰