Getting ready for Easter brunches and parties? You’ll have to think over your decor, treats, drinks and other stuff, and today’s tutorial is to help you. We are sharing cool DIY Easter table linens: tablecloths, runners and napkins, of course. All of them aren’t difficult to make, and you won’t spend much time.
All the things are screaming spring around, and blooming flowers are number one thing that do it. That’s why blooming flowers on the napkins will be an ideal option for an Easter brunch. The napkins are made using hot ironing to make the prints perfect. There’s cute crochet pastel trim on the napkins, which adds a cute touch to them. spruce up your Easter table with these cuties!
These funny Easter egg napkins are made using vinyl stencils and transfer vinyl. Add a stencil and paint the napkin according to it – here you are, a great Easter egg with flowers is done! Go for some cool napkin rings or cards to make the look complete.
Make some cute colorful napkins with iron transfer paper! Prefer little colorful bunnies and hot iron them to the neutral linen napkins. We strongly recommend to add colorful pompom trim to them to make the look complete, choose one of the bunny colors. Enjoy!
If you don’t like too many hints on Easter and prefer something neutral, make these napkins. They are sewn of tender mint-colored fabric with exquisite white pompom trim (you may go for lace trim). The whole idea is about sewing one thing to another, and voila. Such napkins will fit not only Easter brunches but also spring ones as there are no Easter hinting prints.
What can be more Easter-like than napkins printed with carrots? Just take carrots, put them into pastel paints and stamp on the napkins, that’s it! Make as many dots as you like and choose pastels to give your table setting a fresh spring feel. Very easy and cute!
Bunnies are welcome! Make these colorful bunny napkins using stencils – vinyl ones. The author also added funny gemstone eyes but you may skip this stage. Bring some bunnies to your Easter table with these cute and colorful napkins!
One more idea, a softer one, is white linen napkins decorated with large colorful pompom trim. Choose bold and contrasting trim to make the napkins fun and vivacious, besides, they will be suitable not only for Easter but also for spring, summer and other parties.
The first table runner we are sharing is a fun idea picturing a lot of colorful eggs. The runner is made using colorful paper napkins, of which you’ll cut the eggs out. Then just attach them to the runner, and that’s it! Cut out as many eggs as you want and create as bold table runner as you like!
This one is a rustic table runner decorated with bunnies. The latter are stamped with paint and you may add fun fluffy tails to them if you want. The runner will be great for a shabby chic or rustic Easter tablescape, and nothing is as Eater-like as bunnies!
This cute table runner will be a nice fit not only for Easter but also for a girlish party. The runner is decorated with pink paints with an ombre effect and is stenciled with gold glitter. If you don’t want a pink runner, choose another color, and I strongly recommend to go for pastels, for example, mint, powder blue or lavender.
Here’s another burlap table runner for Easter but this one is decorated with eggs. How to make them? Make a scallop edge and then attach vinyl stickers and paint eggs using stencils, choose bold colors that you like. The table runner is fun and cute, and will spruce up the tablescape with bold eggs on the edge. Enjoy!
Get some burlap and make a colorful table runner! The usual burlap is spruced up with colorful felt bunnies with pompom tails. The bunnies are just glued to the table runner, they aren’t sewn to it, so the runner won’t take much time.
Add a touch of color to the tablescape with this polka dot trim table runner. Take a ruler and make polka dots in various colors with an even distance between the dots. The craft is very simple, and you may use some stencils to make the dots identical. Voila!
If you don’t have much time but need an Easter tablecloth, I know a way to make one! Take a usual neutral tablecloth and spruce it up with colorful plastic eggs attached to the edge. The piece is fun and vivacious and looks very cute, both kids and adults will be delighted to see it!
Bring colorful spring vibes to the tablescape using a bold watercolor tablecloth. This one is made using spray paints in pink, yellow, mint and blue, though you may try another color combo if you want. The whole craft won’t take much time, so go make it!