Easter Bunny Napkins
All you need to master this sweet place setting is a starched square napkin, a ribbon, and a hard-boiled egg.
Photography: Chelsea Cavanaugh
Source: Martha Stewart
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Some magicians pull rabbits out of hats; others conjure them from the linen closet. With a (simple!) sleight of hand, you can become a pro at whipping up a stylish Easter tabletop that lets guests know they're somebunny special.
Dinner napkin (we used a 20-by-20-inch dinner napkin for this origami-inspired idea, but a square lunch napkin works too, so long as it’s starched and ironed)
Black paint marker
Fold a napkin into thirds.
Fold lower corners up to meet in center, creating a paper-airplane shape.
Flip over napkin so seam faces table. Fold in outer edges to meet in center.
Place an egg on pointed tip, tie “ears” above it with ribbon, and nestle egg into place.