4 Super Easy Napkin-Folding Techniques for Your Next Dinner Party
For your next dinner party, impress your guests with some intricate-looking, but actually super-easy, napkin origami when you're setting up the table.
The rosette fold is ridiculously easy and would probably work well for a Mother's Day brunch or an outdoor garden party. Simply fold a square napkin diagonally in half, roll up the bottom edges to the top, and then roll inward to form a rosette shape which can then rest daintily within an empty teacup with a couple of real rose leaves.
For slightly more difficult but still very easy napkin folds, check out the bowtie fold, the three-pocket fold, and the bishop hat fold.
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