Easter bunny from napkins

According to the main version of the origin of the Easter Bunny, this symbol came to us from Germany. Bunny was the faithful companion of the goddess of fertility by the name Easter. And in the 19th century he was finally confirmed as the herald of the spring holiday of Easter. Later this tradition with German immigrants settled in the U.S., and then gradually people worldwide tasted marzipan bunnys, and in the decoration of the house for Easter began to use bunny’s motives.

This bunny will be a useful decoration for the holiday table, and to make it you just need to do few simple foldings of paper or cotton cloth.