Bunny Napkin Rings

Hi  Friends! How is your week going? Have you started to make plans for Easter? Miss E and I have started decorating Easter eggs and getting into the festivities. We made Modern Easter Eggs last week and those inspired me to create a whole new Easter Place Setting!

Today, you can find me at Tatertots and Jello sharing the tutorial for my Wire Egg and Chalkboard Place Cards and today I’m going to show you more of my place setting and how to make these Bunny Napkin Rings.

 Neutral Easter Place Setting via @tarynatddd

If you are new around here, I have a thing with neutrals. I’ve done colorful holiday displays before but deep down I can’t enough of the neutral tones and textures. Which is why I decided to keep this year’s Easter display true to my heart :)

Easter Place Setting - Neutral colors

These festive Bunny Napkin Rings are so easy and you can whip them up in no time.

Modern Easter Place Cards via designdininganddiapers.com

And to top off the look, I made these easy little place cards for each setting. I thought they were a fun, modern take on Easter decor. You can view my easy tutorial on how to make the Wire Eggs here.

Now let’s get back to the bunnies.

Here is how you can make them.


TP Roll


White Pom Poms

Hot Glue


Mod Podge (optional)

Bunny Napkin Rings

Start by cutting a pice of 3″ by 7″ burlap and a 1 1/2″ piece of a TP roll.

Then, to create a straight edge gently pull each thread of burlap until you create an even edge. Then trim to create a straight line.

Bunny Napkin Ring Tutorial


Wrap around the TP Roll and secure with a dab of hot glue.

Bunny Napkin Ring How-To

For the ears, but 4″ ovals and then pinch them together at the bottom with a dab of hot glue. Secure to the ring.

Bunny Napking Ring

And to top it off, you gotta have a little tail :)

Burlap, bunny napkin ring tutorial via @tarynatddd

A Few Other Easter Posts You Might Like:

Paper Mache Eggs given a more modern look

Modern Easter Eggs 

Easy Easter Favors made with recycled baby food jars!

Easter Favors Using Baby Food Jars

Easter Pallet Art

Bunny Pallet Art



Taryn is the owner/editor of Design, Dining and Diapers, a lifestyle blog that focuses on DIY home decor, design, seasonal crafts, easy recipes and just being a mom! She is all about making things for less by upcycling thrift store finds and using what’s on hand. Taryn lives in the greater Seattle area with her husband, 3 year old daughter and 1 year old son.

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  1. JaneEllen says

    Hope it’s become Spring in Seattle. Your napkin rings are so cute, smart girl thinking up such a nice easy project. Looks like you still love to use burlap, know I sure do. I try to always have at least couple yards of plain burlap handy at home for quick projects.
    It’s kinda funny cause one of ladies that works in fabric dept. at Hobby Lobby in G.J. told me burlap was phasing out. I asked her where she got her info. Told her about all the fantastic projects still being made on blog land and all the fun new burlap prints at Jo-Ann’s. She seemed to think it was in Grand Junction. I told her maybe their buyer out to get on blog land and go to Jo-Ann’s to see all the new and wonderful burlap prints. Maybe it’s just Hobby Lobby in G.J. that’s phasing out burlap as the store doesn’t have as much of selection as they used to. The price is fair but not much there. Happy Crafting with your adorable little ones. Happy Spring.


  1. […] A memorable place setting doesn't need to take lots of time or money.  If you're hosting an Easter meal and want to add a touch of whimsy to your table, check out these simple burlap bunny napkin holders by Taryn at Design, Dining, and Diapers.  Believe it or not, the base for these is a humble cardboard tube rescued from the recycling bin!  If you aren't a fan of burlap, you could also try this using other materials, such as canvas or felt.  [how to make burlap bunny napkin rings] […]

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