Image and Craft Directions From the Good Housekeeping Website
I love this Easter table idea from Good Housekeeping, it makes great fun for the kids’ table! Plus this one is fun to make with the kids and is inexpensive too. Create different versions for each place setting and personalize each if your are assigning seats at your table. You can add jelly beans and treat each one of your little guests to an Easter basket designed by you!
A patterned paper plate creates a fresh-as-spring table setting. For the basket, flip a 7-inch square plate over; cut out a 1 1/2-inch square from each corner. Fold up the sides of the plate as shown; with hole punch, create two adjacent holes at corners. Thread in 3 inches of ribbon and knot.
Fill with paper grass and a chocolate rabbit.
Then craft a disposable placemat from inexpensive wrapping paper: To do: Trace a standard 12″ x 16″ mat onto the back of your paper (opt for heavier stock papers for best results); cut out placemat.
To create a trim, snip out a strip of solid colored paper roughly an inch wide and as tall as your placemat (12 inches). Affix with double-sided tape under the strip.
Be sure to check out the other Easter Paper Crafts ideas at GoodHousekeeping.com>