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Napkin origami for a Dessert Sever.
This napkin design doubles as a holder for the vital utensils for the sweet course! Use a heavyweight paper, or luxury, napkin.

Project from the book Napkin Origami. Read our review.

Posted by Napkin Origami Published © 2020 Brian Sawyer / GMC Publications · Reproduced with permission.
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  • How to make a napkin / napkin ring. Dessert Server Napkin - Step 1
    Step 1

    With the napkin completely opened out and the colored or patterned side down, fold all four corners of the napkin to the center. Fold the lower corner to the upper corner.

  • How to make a napkin / napkin ring. Dessert Server Napkin - Step 2
    Step 2

    Fold the upper corner down to the lower edge.

  • How to make a napkin / napkin ring. Dessert Server Napkin - Step 3
    Step 3

    On the right side, fold the sharp point inward one third of the distance to the center.

  • How to make a napkin / napkin ring. Dessert Server Napkin - Step 4
    Step 4

    Open out the upper layers of this point and squash-fold it into a diamond shape.

  • How to make a napkin / napkin ring. Dessert Server Napkin - Step 5
    Step 5

    Using the natural hinge crease of the diamond, carefully swivel the outer half of the napkin behind while folding the inner half across to the right. The diamond disappears underneath.

  • How to make a napkin / napkin ring. Dessert Server Napkin - Step 6
    Step 6

    Step 5 completed. The X-ray lines show the position of the small diamond section.

  • How to make a napkin / napkin ring. Dessert Server Napkin - Step 7
    Step 7

    Repeat steps 3 through 6 on the left side. Fold both outer vertical edges toward the center, making sure that the two diamonds slightly over lap. Flatten all the creases.

  • How to make a napkin / napkin ring. Dessert Server Napkin - Step 8
    Step 8

    Place the utensils inside the pocket created by the horizontal fold made in step 2 to complete the dessert server.

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KageG
KageG · Bristol, England, GB · 20 projects
That is possibly the coolest plate in the world!
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