Sunday, March 3, 2013

Bunny Ear Napkin Rings


I found the most adorable burlap bunny table runner on Kelly's Eclectically Vintage blog. I love it!
Two weeks ago, I did a post on making burlap bunny ear napkin rings which you will see below. I think the table runner will look so sweet with the burlap bunny napkin rings. Thank you Kelly for allowing me to post your photo!

If you've visited Pier One recently, were you greeted with these hippity hoppin bunny ear napkin rings? I was there yesterday, and they were so cute sitting on the table that greeted me at the front door.  The top photo is from the Pier One website. 


Here are mine. I need 16 napkin rings for our Easter dinner, so I opted to make my own at a fraction of the cost. I'm sharing this now so you have plenty of time to make your own if you wish.

I cut toilet paper rolls into 1" rings and glued burlap on them with Elmer's glue. For the ears, I used cardboard from a cereal box, and glued burlap on them. I made a tab on the bottom of the ears so I could glue them to the inside of the napkin ring.  That's it. So easy. Any questions, just let me know.

Thank you for stopping by by. I will be joining Kathe with an E for You're Gonna Love It  and Stonegables's Tutorials, Tips and Tidbits.

Before you go, some of the Walmart stores have the Carrot Cake M & M's for Easter. Would you buy these? 


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xo
Debbie

Debbie@Mountain Breaths
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Hello, I'm Debbie.I enjoy hiking, kayaking, cross country skiing and snowshoeing in the Adirondack Mountains (thus Mountain Breaths). I live in Upstate NY with my supportive husband and have three precious sons..

22 comments:

  1. Adorable! 16 for Easter dinner, sounds like a lot of fun:@)

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  2. Debbie,
    I saw these rings on another blog and immediately went to Pier ! to find them, but our store had burlap birds (so cute), but no ears. I am so glad you posted this. I think I will try to make some too! Thanks Dianne

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  3. What a great idea to create these adorable napkin rings. I love them! Thanks for sharing in time to do a project before Easter.

    ~Emily
    The French Hutch

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  4. Very clever, my friend!! These will be adorable on your Easter table!

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  5. I saw those, too, Debbie, and just loved them. Yours are adorable. xo

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  6. Well, now I must save toilet paper rolls. Absolutely wonderful! Cherry Kay

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  7. Debbie, they're adorable! What a great idea to make them yourself. I think yours look better too :)

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  8. GENIUS!!!! Absolutely genius!!!!!!!!

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  9. Debbie, this is just toooo cute, and you are just toooo smart! I'm pinning this. aurie

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  10. LOL I saw these in there yesterday. How clever of you.....I can't tell the difference!

    xo,
    RJ

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  11. These are adorable - you are right, they would look amazing with my bunny table runner! Pinning these!
    Kelly

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  12. So cute - I need I think 12 for our Easter dinner so it is cost prohibitive to purchase at Pier One - Thanks for your great crafty idea !! I'm starting to make them now ! Hugs, Dorinda

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  13. Love the table runner, too! Are you going to make one? Sure would look cute with your bunny ear napkin rings!! xo

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  14. How creative your are. What a nice set these make with the table runner. Thank you for telling us how to make them too. They are so sweet.
    Cindy

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  15. Love your napkin rings and your runner! Really adorable and homey.

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  16. These are beyond adorable! I saw that runner on Pinterest, and how fabulous you thought of napkin rings to coordinate. Thanks for stopping by from Kathe's!

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  17. Oh my goodness! This is the cutest idea. I am going to have to make these... thanks for the easy-peasy tutorial! Thanks for bringing the cuteness to TUTORIALS TIPS AND TIDBITS!

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  18. Oh these are the cutest napkin rings I've ever seen. They will make a great Easter table.

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  19. Adorable! I saw these at Pier 1 but thought I would make them also, so I'm thrilled that you figured it out for us!

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  20. Such a cute idea for a table runner! Perfect with your napkin rings, Debbie.

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  21. So cute I love them have a fun season with the bunny andi

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