Make your own Easter napkin rings with these easy rustic Easter decorations from the help of a Cricut and the knife blade.Second to Christmas, Easter is my favorite holiday. For Christians, Christ’s resurrection is the basis of our beliefs. Without it, nothing else would matter.
That’s why I prefer to keep Jesus at the center of Easter. After all, He is the reason we celebrate this holiday. It doesn’t take much to add a few elegant Christ-centered decorations to your Easter table.
With the help of my Cricut, I made these easy and simple He is Risen Easter napkin rings and tablecloths. They go perfect with my wood cross rustic Easter decoration that I made last year.
With just a few simple steps you can have some beautiful rustic Easter decorations to add the true meaning of Easter to your tablescape.
Materials Needed for Easter Napkin Rings
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Cutting Chipboard with a Cricut Maker
The Easter napkin rings are made with a Cricut Maker. If you’d like to learn more about what this machine can do, make sure to read Cricut Maker review post.
You can find the project in Cricut Design Space here, or you can design one in CDS.
I have a video of the following steps at the top of the post if that’s an easier way for you to visualize everything.
Select “heavy chipboard” in the drop-down settings box. Load your mat when you’re prompted and let the Cricut do the work! It will take quite a few minutes for all the passes it will do through the chipboard.
That’s it for the Easter napkin rings!
Rustic Easter Decor Placemats
To make the placemats, I simply cut out the text “He is risen indeed” with iron-on vinyl (mirror setting). Weed off the extra vinyl and apply it to a placemat. I used placemats I already had, but you could probably find some at the Dollar Store or make some yourself!
Then I used my EasyPress to adhere them together. I set my temperature at 315F and pressed the front for 30 seconds, then flipped it over and pressed the back for 15 seconds and they were done!
If you’d like to learn more about the EasyPress 2, make sure to check out my EasyPress video review.
I love how all my rustic Easter decor came together on my DIY farmhouse table I built. Nothing fancy, just simple, elegant, and celebrating the true meaning of Easter.
If you need more Easter inspiration, make sure to check out my roundup of over 50 DIY Easter decoration ideas.
Thanks so much for stopping by and have a creative day!