Burlap Bunny Ear Napkin Rings

  Hey y’all!

Thanks so much you guys for all of the sweet comments on our Burlap and Bunnies Easter Tablescape.  As promised, I have put together the tutorial on how to make burlap bunny ear napkin rings.  Which also could be known as the Pier 1 knock-off burlap bunny ear napkin rings which I desperately wanted, but could not have them, so I made them burlap bunny ear napkin rings!



 I don’t know about you guys, but once I saw those adorable napkin rings, I had to have them.  Apparently everyone else loved them too, because they were completely out of stock everywhere!!  Now every good crafter knows how to solve problems like these… make them!  So here is a tutorial just for you guys…



 Burlap Bunny Ear Napkin Rings Tutorial


  • burlap
  • bunny ear pattern
  • Heat N Bond Ultra
  • toilet tissue tube
  • hot glue gun and hot glue

burlap bunny napkin rings

Step One. The first thing that we need to do is create the actual napkin ring.  I took a piece of burlap about six inches long and 4 inches wide.  I ironed down both sides of the strip of burlap.  Now you will fold it over down the middle and iron it down again.  Cut about an inch and a half wide circle from your toilet paper roll.  Be sure to cut down the side at one point.

cover circle

Step Two.  Now you will thread the toiled paper roll through the burlap.  You will thread until the paper roll is completely covered.


 Step Three.  Hot glue down each end and trim away the excess.  You should be left with a fully covered napkin ring at this point.

burlap napkin rings

Step Four.  Now it is time to make some bunny ears!  Take about a square of burlap and iron on a piece of Heat n’ Bond to one side.  Once cool, remove the paper backing and iron a piece of burlap on top.  You are basically making a burlap sandwich with the heat n’ bond in the middle.

napkin rings

 Step Five.  You will now trace your bunny ear pattern two times and cut out.  You should now have two sturdy ears that won’t fray.

burlap bunny

 Step Six.  Drop one drop of hot glue at the end of your bunny ear and pinch the sides together.  Hold tight until it dries.  Repeat with the other ear.

Burlap-Bunny-Ear-Napkin -Ring

 Step Seven.  The final step is to glue both ears together at the bottom and then glue the ends to the top of the napkin ring.  That’s all folks!



I hope that you enjoy making these sweet bunny ear napkin rings.  They are so easy to make and I had everything on hand to make an entire set!



Linking to Home Stories A to Z,  , Savvy Southern StyleIt’s overflowing,Tatertots and Jello,Coastal Charm and these fabulous parties!

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Trish Flake

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  1. This is my favorite party of your table! :) What a sweet idea and thank you so much for sharing the tutorial. Megan

  2. Wow these bunny ears are just terrific. And what a great tutorial. Love them. These would be a great addition to any Easter table!

  3. Oh, I love these!

  4. This is so cute! And think, you could make it with off-white or pinkish burlap too, if you wanted to shake things up a bit! Pinned!

  5. There are so adorable!

  6. My goodness…these are just soooo CUTE!!! Gotta go and share them on facebook. Thanks so much for sharing them at my party today.


  7. They are so cute!

  8. I think this is the cutest Easter craft I have seen this year! Absolutely adorable and so clever!

  9. Oh my goodness! These are seriously the cutest things ever!! I heart them so much.


  10. Very cute idea! Thanks for sharing!
    Have a great week!

  11. These are adorable!!! Thanks for sharing!

  12. These are adorable! Thanks for sharing.

  13. I just love those … definitely my favorite detail in your Easter tablescape!

  14. This is so darn cute! This would be a great craft for my older children to do with me. Thanks so much for sharing your creativity!

  15. Adorable!!! Love it!

  16. Beth Morrow says:

    These are the cutest things ever…thanks for sharing!

  17. Okay, absolutely ADORE these!!! I wonder if I can have them made by Easter….hmmm..

    delusions of ingenuity

  18. Cutest bunny ears EVER! You gals are brilliant :)

  19. What a creative idea for easter!! I loooove your bunny rings!!

  20. These are so cute! Perfect for Easter:)

  21. These are super cute!

  22. That leaf plate is gorgeous. Wish I wasn’t this late to find out your blog. Do you know if it’s still available?

  23. The 5 Dreamcatchers says:

    Very cute and original!!! Thanks


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