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How To Make Easter Nest Napkin Rings

Getting ready for Easter? We’ve already told you how to make some cute Easter centerpieces, and don’t forget of the other table decorations. Napkin rings in Easter style? Sure! You’ll need a napkin ring holder, a miniature nest, jellybeans, a cloth napkin. Take your nest and wrap its wire around the napkin ring; if your nest is without wire, attach some. Center your nests onto your napkin ring and wrap around your cloth napkin. Add your jellybeans into the nest and enjoy! Such napkin rings would look amazing together with a corresponding Easter centerpiece like this one with grass and eggs.


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