Tulip Easter Centerpiece
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Tulips are a great flower to feature in Easter Centerpieces and are a beautiful reminder that Spring has come to the Midwest. Tulips are unique and a fantastic alternative to giving roses to your significant other. They are very simple to take care of and last about a week.
I wanted to create a fun Easter project from a concept that I have seen on Pinterest boards and in magazines. This project uses 4 simple supplies and fresh cut tulips from your local florist or grocer.
- Fresh cut tulips
- 1 Glass Vase
- 1 Glass (I used a glass from my kitchen)
- 2 bags Jelly Beans
- 1 package of Bunny Peeps
Fill the glass about 1/2 full with water and place inside the vase.
Add the jelly beans around the outside of the glass inside the vase. Add the Bunny Peeps to the top of the jelly beans. I left the bunnies connected together when I placed them inside.
Then add your tulips in your vase. My tulips were cut super long, so I left them more long and did an arrangement where they draped over the side of the vase a bit. I think it turned out gorgeous! I got 2 votes that it was the coolest centerpiece they had ever seen and my daughter has been eyeing the candy ever since!
This is a great project to do with your children, as long as they don’t steal jellybeans like mine tried to! It just looks to good to not want to eat!