Monday, March 25, 2013

Easter DIY - Bunny Napkin

Some more fun Easter inspiration for you.
I just love this little bunny napkin fold!
It would have worked a little better with some starch, but ain't nobody got time for that. 
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And here's our traditional lamb dinner. Sorry I don't have the recipe, I just make up my own variation every year.
Ok, will you all comment and answer something for me? I've been eating lamb for Easter for as long as I can remember, and every time I mention lamb to my friends most of them say they've never even tried lamb, ever. And I'm socked every time. Have you had lamb before? Do you have it for Easter? 


  1. I've had lamb once on accident, and never for Easter. :) I'm a ham fan.

  2. I had lamb once or twice as a kid at a friend or neighbor's house. Never for Easter. We always did either roast chicken or beef brisket.

  3. Lamb is great! My family and I have lamb maybe once every two months. (something like that) Never had it for Easter but that's a good idea!

  4. I love the bunny napkins! I'm hoping they work on paper napkins, because I'm going to try them on Sunday! :)

    Joanna Chipman

  5. saLamb is probably my all-time favorite meat! I grew up eating it at least a few times a year (and always on Easter), but Eric hadn't tried it until we got married.

  6. I have never had lamb... It looks like a lovely way to spend the day. Cooking and then enjoying with the family! When I was growing up it was always pizza! Mom doesn't like to cook. :) Maybe Paul and I can start this little tradition! :)

    Katie Starr

  7. In our family lamb is way too good to eat only a couple times a year. We have it ALL the time. Its a favorite in this household. :) Looking at your pics is sure making my mouth water!

  8. My mother loves lamb so my family eats it often. And we usually eat it on Easter too. I know a lot of people don't like because it has an interesting flavor. But I think it is good. My favorite way to eat it is in barbecue sauce or roasted with onions, apricots, and apples.