18 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do with Jelly Beans Slideshow

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A Floral Arrangement
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A Floral Arrangement
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While flower arrangements already bring color to a tablescape, adding jelly beans into the vase for a punchy pop as A Little Bite of Life did can only help.

 

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A Little Bite of Life

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Candle
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Candle
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Easy, affordable, and totally DIY, this project has you add jelly beans to any vase and stick a votive candle in the center to create a spring tablescape.

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All You

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Monogram Wreath
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Welcome your visitors with this festive and seasonal hanging monogram. Place it on your door to assure guests of where the party is. 

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BHG

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Bunny-Tastic
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Bunny-Tastic
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Fill a spring-themed cookie cutter with an arrangement of the same shade atop a place setting and your visitors will appreciate the festive surprise. 

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CoolMomPicks

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Topiary
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Topiary
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Add a bit of height to your Easter table with these jelly bean trees.

 

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Crafty Sisters

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Flower Cupcakes
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Flower Cupcakes
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Flower power is all the rage at From Passion to Purpose. Create different buds atop cupcakes for a festive kick to your dessert selection.

 

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From Passion to Purpose

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Dessert Bar
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Dessert Bar
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As you know, we’re huge fans of dessert bars. Fill different-sized glasses with a variety of jelly beans on your table to display treats like cake pops, rock candy, lollipops, and other sweets with a burst of bright color. 

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Jackie Sorno

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Ice Cream
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Ice Cream
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Who would have thought the sweet bites would make for a great ice cream mix-in? Try your hand at this no-churn, no-machine recipe from Kavey Eats.

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Kavita Favelle

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Jelly Bean Cookies
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Jelly Bean Cookies
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Modeled after jelly beans, these bite-sized cookies from Last Course Bakery still pack the same pizzazz as the real stuff.

 

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Last Course Bakery

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Macaroon Nests
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Macaroon Nests
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Combine the classic flavors of a macaroon with a hint of color to create these adorable treats.

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Lemon Tree Dwelling

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Centerpiece
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Centerpiece
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This centerpiece from Lookie What I Did is perfect for a large, oblong dining room table. Fill a slim dish with jelly beans and decorated Easter eggs for a welcoming centerpiece.

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Lookie What I Did

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Bracelet
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Bracelet
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These bracelets from Posed Perfection are ideal as a kids crafting activity during a party; send your guests home with these as a favor.

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Posed Perfection

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Easter Egg Surprise
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Easter Egg Surprise
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The combination of Rice Krispies and jelly beans creates a two-in-one Easter treat. Try this recipe from Simply Designing with your kids.

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Simply Designing

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Bee Cupcakes
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Bee Cupcakes
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These beehive cupcakes from Sleepless in Sandy are so clever. Create little bees from a lemon jelly bean, slivered almonds, and some black frosting for a perfect sugar bee.

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Sleepless in Sandy

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Jelly Bean Cocktail
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Jelly Bean Cocktail
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Jelly Bean Cocktail

Infuse the sweet stuff into your signature party cocktail like The Kitchn did, or crush them up and line the rim of the glass for a bit of decorative flair.

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The Ktchn

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Table Numbers
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Table Numbers
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For a super simple add-on to any colorful party theme, fill mason jars with number candles and jelly beans so guests can spot their tables easily.

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Traci Clift

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Napkin Ring
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Napkin Ring
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Edible and practical, these napkin rings from Delish add a bright twist to your place setting.

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Tria Giovan

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Jelly Bean Bark
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Jelly Bean Bark
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Val So Cal takes pastel to another level, creating a jelly bean bark that makes for a great homemade hostess gift when attending a spring party as a guest.

 

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Val So Cal