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Watch How to Make an Origami Easter Egg Cup in a Few Easy Folds

Plus, they double as colorful place cards for the Sunday table.

Photography by: Aaron Dyer

When folded in a series of simple steps, thin paper can become sturdy enough to hold an egg in place. Start with 6" standard squares of origami paper, folded in half, then follow the steps exactly as shown. The cups can double as fun place-card holders for Easter — just write a guest's name on each egg with a colored marker.


For added dimensionality, choose paper with a different color on each side. Once it's folded into shape, you'll see both hues.


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Feeling inspired to try it? Watch as Erin Furey of DIY Style demonstrates how easy it is: