Easter is not that far away, is a time for family and tradition.
Even if sometimes you can’t be physically together, digital connections can help make the holiday special.
And I still would love to make a beautiful table setting, even if it’s going to be just me and my husband.
This article, is all about creating a beautiful table setting with Origami Easter Models.
These models are perfect for holding Easter eggs and can add a festive touch to your dining table.
I have folded five egg holders, including an Easter bunny and a chicken egg cup.
They are relatively easy to make, and of course, I am providing links to tutorials for each design.
The bunny basket is simple and fun, while the Pollito-caja is one of my favorites, with its simple yet suggestive design.
I have also created an Easter Origami Centerpiece, featuring four rabbits walking towards the center of the table and one in the center.
In conclusion, creating a table setting can be a fun and engaging way to celebrate Easter, even during times of social distancing.
With a little patience and creativity, you can create beautiful egg holders and centerpieces that are sure to impress your guests, even if they’re only joining you online.
Beautiful Origami Easter Models Perfect for Your Table Setting
When I think about Easter I think about rabbits, colorful eggs, chickens, flowers and spring.
I wanted to make some hens and some flowers as well, and I think I will still make them and put them in a different article, as for now we are focusing on egg holders.
In my country, but I think this happens in some other countries as well, we have a tradition of Easter egg pocking. So I think having your egg in front of you in a beautiful holder it’s a nice accent for your table.
I made 5 models, they are not very hard to make and I will link to the tutorials as always if you want to make them yourself.
Origami Easter bunny
I don’t know who the designer for this model is, or if it’s a traditional model.
If any of you know, please let me know in the comments so I could complete the information and give credits.
The tutorial is made by Kristina from kdesignpapier.blogspot.com.
Origami Chicken Egg Cup
This is a beautiful model that stands on it’s on and it can also be flatten when you need to store it.
What I really love about this model it’s the beak. It’s so cute and full of expression.
A regular egg fits just perfect on it.
If you want to find out more about the paper that I used for this model you can check out my review article here.
Simple Egg Holder
When I folded this model the tutorial was still available on Martha Stewart site, but today it’s no longer there, so I found a different site that made a tutorial for it.
I’m a bit sad that I can’t sent people to her site, she being the designer, but what can you do?
For this model it’s best if you have a double sided paper, as you can see in the photo.
This is my favorite egg holder of the 5 that I made. I like how simple and suggestive it is.
Origami Bunny Basket
I folded this model quite a lot . It’s simple and fun looking. The paper also make it look a bit more glamorous.
I love the ears the most. So cute.
It’s best to use a double sided paper as the ears are a different color.
Easter Origami Centerpiece
Who doesn’t like a beautiful centerpiece? And a Origami Easter centerpiece can be a easy and simple one to make.
I have four beautiful rabbits that are on walking towards the center of the table. And there is one that is right in the center.
Origami Dollar Bill Hare
The paper size that I chose resulted in a pretty small rabbit. He is about 5.5 cm tall.
You can chose and dimension for a square piece of paper as the tutorial will teach you how to get to the proper proportion.
This cute bunny it’s about 7 cm tall. It’s one of my favorites.
This is my favorite bunny of the five that I folded. It’s about 7 cm tall.
The bunny paper on a bunny it’s just so funny.
He is the center of the centerpiece.
This is the biggest bunny of them all. It’s about 8 cm tall.
This is about 6 cm tall and 5 cm wide.
So this is it. Those are the origami Easter models that I chose for my table setting.
In conclusion, creating a beautiful table setting for Easter doesn’t have to be a daunting task, especially when you have origami models to decorate your table with. These models not only add a touch of creativity and fun to your table, but they also allow you to spend some quality time with your family while folding them together.
Whether you decide to make egg holders, centerpieces, or even rabbits, there’s an origami model for everyone. And the best part is that you don’t have to be an origami master to make them, as most of these models are beginner-friendly and easy to fold.
So, even if you’re spending Easter at home with your immediate family due to the pandemic, you can still create a beautiful table setting that will make the occasion feel just as special as any other year. And who knows, maybe this newfound love for origami will continue to inspire you to make more creative and beautiful things for your home in the future.
In the end, the spirit of Easter is all about joy, hope, and new beginnings. So why not embrace that spirit and try something new this year by incorporating origami into your Easter celebration?
Happy folding and Happy Easter!
And let me know if you are folding any Easter theme models. I will like to see them. You can tag me on Instagram @paperfingercuts if you are sharing them there or just let me know in the comments about the models you folded.