Make these quick and easy coronation serviettes for your street party
Up and down the country, people will be watching King Charles III's coronation on Saturday 6 May – and these coronation serviettes are the perfect craft to get you in the mood to celebrate.
What better way to welcome the new king than by throwing a street party? We've got some brilliant crafty ideas to make your coronation street party a day to remember.
Make sure every guest gets the cutlery they need with this simple trick to fold it into a napkin. And we've added a cute wooden crown to each to make these coronation serviettes fit for a king!
This make is so quick and easy and requires no previous crafting experience – almost all the materials are things you'll have around your home.
And if you're inspired to get even more crafty ahead of the coronation, don't miss our video tutorial to make no-sew bunting and paper fan street party decorations. Plus, check out our free pattern to knit your own King Charles and our pick of the best coronation craft kits.
What you need
How to make
Colour in the wooden crown in gold or silver pen.
Fold your serviette in half across the centre to make a triangle shape and then open it out again.
Fold one corner of the serviette into the centre of the serviette, so the corner of the triangle touches the centre fold.
Fold this triangle in half and then fold it over onto the other side of the centre fold of the serviette.
Repeat with another piece of serviette from the original corner: fold it into the middle to make a triangle, and then over on itself again.
Flip the serviette over and fold it into thirds.
Cut a piece of jute string and thread it through the crown, tying a knot at the end.
Insert the knotted end of the string into the serviette. Slot your cutlery in.
Are you having a street party for the coronation? Share your celebration with us by tagging @primamag in your pictures on Instagram!
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