How cute and easy is this jelly bean Easter centerpiece? Use fake flowers, or use real flowers by placing a smaller vase with water in the middle and filling in the gap between the two vases with jelly beans.
- 2 nesting glass vases or containers (such as a drinking glass), one shorter and at least an inch narrower. I used a square container and a salsa jar
- Jelly Beans
- Fresh or fake flowers, I use fake because I have animals and I never know what is poisonous
I inserted the smaller vase inside, then filled the gap with my jelly beans. Finally, I placed a bouquet of tulips in the salsa jar and that is all there is to it.
I hope my guests enjoy my Easter centerpiece as much as I do 🙂
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16 thoughts on “Easy Jelly Bean and Tulip Centerpiece”
How pretty!! 🙂
Thanks, I made the same thing last year, I love simple 🙂
That is so cheerful and cute, your guests will love it.
Thanks, I love decorating for Easter and spring.
Other than Christmas I tend to decorate for a season rather than a holiday. Instead of Halloween, I decorate for fall, and Easter I try to bring spring things in.
Thank you, I love the simplicity of it all.
What a creative and beautiful way to keep me from eating the jellybeans! Love it! Thanks for sharing this nice idea. ~~ Vickie
Funny, people still sneek a few 🙂
Very pretty 🙂
Thank you, it is so easy and bright, and I love easy !!
Thank you, I made it last year also, and couldn’t wait to make it again this year.
Love it! It is also so easy to do and quite economical. My kind of floral craft! Thanks for the inspiration! ~Thea
Thank you, who doesn’t love easy. I also love fresh flowers, but I never know what the animals can’t be around, so I use fake.
Very cute decoration idea, and not only for Easter!! Thumbs up.