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Jelly Bean Garland

I first made this jelly bean garland last year and decided I wanted to do it this year, too! My kiddos loved it and everyone who came in the house always thought it was so fun!

It really is a three dollar project! I bought three bags of jelly beans. I think I used about 2.5 on this strand. I already had fishing line and a needle. Basically, you just thread it right through. My needle could have been thinner, but it did the job! You might have a little build-up, but you can just wipe it off with a wet paper towel pretty easily.

Knox & Sloane enjoyed watching me, and eating a few jelly beans:)

I feel like garlands can be used for a number of things! I usually have a little holiday tree, so I added some to that. I also thought they looked cute on the chandelier. Knox & Sloane were a bit confused why they couldn’t eat the garland, ha!

This was a VERY inexpensive little DIY. The trees you can find on Heart & Home.

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Jelly bean garland



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Megan Marshall blogs at In This Wonderful Life about her day-to-day life with two year old twins, her addiction to caramel apples, steals and deals, and anything else you can possibly think of. Megan is a wife and mom to boy/girl twins and one angel in Heaven. She believes sharing her faith about life after loss will continue to help her and hopefully help others. She spends her days at home chasing her kiddos around, having dance parties, building castles, teaching manners, learning to be gluten free, and working hard for her money, during naptime. She loves Jesus, her family and friends, New York City, anything Christmas, gift giving, celebrations, shopping, and seasonal decorations. Connect with Megan here: BlogPinterestInstagramFacebookTwitterShop Blog / Facebook / Pinterest / Instagram / Twitter / Heart & Home Collection