These adorable DIY shredded paper nests are a fabulous way to present Easter goodies to your loved ones and party goers. The nests also put recycled shredded paper to good use! I adore the idea of these mini nests sitting atop a pastel napkins at my Easter table. The charming neutral palate of the paper nests against the shiny foil and color of the goodies makes me so happy.
When I was young, for every big holiday, my mother put a little dish in front of our plates filled with candies. This little dish of sweets became one of my favorite parts of special occasions. Literally, I couldn’t wait to see what was in the dish each year! I now do this as a tradition for my family as well. These paper nests tickled my fancy as I think they are a perfect way to provide a new and fun way to share those little holiday treats!
The how-to for these paper nests is originally from the pages of Martha Stewart Living. The issue is so chock full of fabulous crafts and projects, I had a hard time choosing what to share this month! Give these sweet paper nests a whirl and go grab a copy of the latest issue for other fab crafts, projects and recipes for a beautiful Easter celebration!
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