Last week, I had a hankering for some jellybeans. And what great timing…the stores were making room for their Easter merchandise, and I was one of “those people” buying Easter stuff, like jelly beans and plastic eggs, two months before the actual holiday takes place. When I poured my jellybeans into a mason jar, I was immediately inspired by the whimsical springtime colors to create my Jellybean Inspired Easter Mason Jar!
Jellybean Inspired Easter Mason Jar
Supplies (contains affiliate links to my favorites)
- Mason Jar
- Hot glue gun and glue sticks
- Pom pom trim
- Mini plastic Easter eggs
- Jellybeans (of course)
With the lid on your mason jar, glue your pom pom trim around the side of the lid with hot glue. First, glue two rows of white pom pom trim, then one row of green, then on row of white. You can use any colors you wish. If you use larger pom poms, then you don’t need as many rows.
Take three mini Easter eggs and glue them to the top of the lid. These plastic eggs are smaller than the usual ones. You can also use the foam or papier mache kind and paint them.
To make the little felt flowery things, just take about a 1×1.5-inch piece of felt and cut it about 3/4 of the way through. Then, add a light bead of glue along the bottom (uncut) edge and roll it up. Fan out the petals a little bit.
I glued clumps of three all around the eggs, wherever there was room (except in the middle of the eggs; I only did one flower there).
Fill up your jar with jellybeans (at least, what’s left of them). And that’s it! Easiest project ever.
I love all of these colors together. I’m so ready for Spring!
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