Either way here are some quick and easy ways to make your Easter table look completely adorable. From bunny cups to napkin rings to our amazing Easter table centrepiece, with these DIY Easter decorations you’ll be all set!
Time: 20 mins
Age: Little kids to Tweens
Difficulty: Easy peasy
Easter bunny cups
You will need:
- Paper cups
- White and pink card
- Black pen
Step 1: Cut out the bunny ears
Cut two ear shapes from a piece of white card and two slightly smaller shapes from pink or patterned card for the inside of the bunny ears.
Step 2: Glue on the ears
Glue the patterned pieces onto your ear shapes.
Then glue the bunny ears to the inside of the cup.
Step 3: Draw on the faces
Use a black pen to draw a little nose, mouth, eyes and whiskers to complete your little bunny party cups.
Aren’t they adorable?
Easter bunny napkin rings
You will need:
- Toilet roll tubes
- Black Sharpie
Step 1: Cut out a bunny shape
Draw bunny ears onto a toilet roll tube and then draw a straight line to mark the bottom section of the tube.
Cut round your lines carefully and you will end up with this shape.
Make one last snip all the way down the tube at the back.
Step 2: Glue on your felt
Spread PVA glue all over your cardboard tube.
Take a rectangular piece of felt, which you will stick onto your tube to cover it completely.
Step 3: Cover your tube with felt
Stick a rectangle of felt down to your glue covered tube. Press it down and leave it to dry.
It helps to pop some pegs on the ends to keep the felt in place as it dries.
Once dry carefully cut around the bunny ears.
Step 4: Add the details
Cut some little ear shapes from a different coloured felt and stick them onto the pink felt of the ears to form the insides of your bunny’s ears.
Then draw on eyes, nose and a smile with a Sharpie.
How to make a table centrepiece
Find a branch with blossoms
A simple way to make a stunning centrepiece for your Easter table is to find and cut off a branch with spring blossoms on it.
Place the branch in a pretty vase or bottle. Stick it to the side of the vase or put pebbles around it to keep it standing straight.
Then simply hang little patterned hanging Easter eggs from the branches. For some quick and easy Easter egg decorations see our Thumbprint Easter egg craft.
Enjoy your beautiful Easter table with these DIY Easter decorations