Earlier this week, I shared with you an Easter bunny inspired place setting, inspired by Denise’s Easter brunch menu and place card design. To complete our setting, here is the tutorial for how to napkin fold a bunny for Easter.
Before we begin, I think it’s important to mention that this tutorial is slightly different than all of the other bunny folding napkin tutorials out there. Most of them feature the back side of the “bunny”, which is very cute. I however wanted to use the front side and didn’t like how the ears on the front of the other tutorials looked. So I have altered my folding tutorial slightly to get a better looking set of ears on the front of the bunny without sacrificing any of the cuteness of the tail side of the bunny. I’ve also chosen to secure the napkin with twine. Two reasons for this, first, I really like how cute the twine whiskers look and second, I wanted the front side edges to line up. Traditionally, one of the edges is tucked into the other to hold every thing together.
So let’s get started. You will need a 20″x 20″ square, white, pressed napkin, and three pieces of twine cut to about 8″ in length.
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Thanks and happy napkin folding!