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Jelly Bean Tree

Jelly Bean Tree: easy DIY for Easter with sticks, a glue gun, and some jelly beans.

Jelly Bean Tree: how to make a jelly bean tree for Easter with sticks, a glue gun, and some jelly beans!

This pretty Jelly Bean Tree Easter decoration is quick and easy, and so sweet.

Jelly Bean Tree: how to make a jelly bean tree for Easter with sticks, a glue gun, and some jelly beans!

Materials:

How To Make A Jelly Bean Tree:

To make the branches I found some branches in the woods, and brought them home with me.  The jelly beans where picked up at the store and used a glue gun to attach the jelly beans to the branches.  This is a very easy DIY, and very simple to put together, just be careful not to burn your fingers on the hot glue and small jelly beans.

Jelly Bean Tree: how to make a jelly bean tree for Easter with sticks, a glue gun, and some jelly beans!



The pop of spring colour is so nice this time of year, especially while spring flowers still seem quite a ways off.

Jelly Bean Tree: how to make a jelly bean tree for Easter with sticks, a glue gun, and some jelly beans!

Jelly Bean Tree: how to make a jelly bean tree for Easter with sticks, a glue gun, and some jelly beans!

I used the branches for a simple Easter mantel, along with my little feather chicks, and a hopeful chalkboard message.

Jelly Bean Tree: how to make a jelly bean tree for Easter with sticks, a glue gun, and some jelly beans!

With this DIY Easter project, life really is a party!

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5 Comments

  1. This is so cute! I might have to switch the glue out for something edible like corn syrup for the inevitable child grab at the jelly beans. 🙂 Pinned!

  2. That’s such a cute idea and so easy to do with the kids over spring break. Pinned.Would love if you came and shared this on the Spring Craft Blog Hop.

  3. I was just going to say, I’d have to find an alternative to glue as I’m sure my kids would be picking at the jelly beans! Such a great idea, though! Will pin as well and give it a try!

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