Can you believe Eater is almost here? It kind of crept up on me. I wanted to share this super cute and easy Easter napkin DIY you can make for your table. I got my inspo from some similar I found at Pier 1 imports. However, since they are out of business I thought I could make my own and share the how to so you can have them too.
I love the neutral black and white gingham of course but you can use any fabric color or print you want to coordinate with your table decor.
- Fabric of your choice. Since it’s a small shape i recommend selecting a smaller print like checks or polka dots
- Wonder under or applique paper
- Fabric puff paint
- Pompoms (any size you prefer)
Create the pattern for the shape you want. You can do a flower or something Spring related as well. I just drew a simple bunny pattern on paper and cut it out to trace my fabric
Follow package directions of the applique paper. For mine I ironed the cut out fabric bunny on one side. Then cut it out from there and peeled the back off.
Iron your applique to the area you want it and let cool.
Use the puff paint to trace and outline the bunny shape. Be careful to let it fully dry a few hours before the next step.
Hot glue the pompom tail onto the bunny. You can also use a fabric glue. Since I will be hand washing them, I decided to go with hot glue.
That’s all there is to it. I think they are such a cute touch to add to your Easter table and super easy to whip up. I suggest doing an assembly line and have all your shapes cut out. It goes faster that way. Since I will probably get asked, the cute bunny plates were purchased from Pier 1 Imports a few years ago.
I hope this inspired you and for more Easter table ideas you can visit this post How To Create A Beautiful Easter Table or here
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EASTER NAPKIN DIY