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Jellybean Edible Bouquet

By: Cindy deRosier from
Jelly Bean Edible Bouquet
Jelly Bean Edible Bouquet
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Enjoy assembling (and eating) these delicious edible art projects with your kids. This Jellybean Edible Bouquet is perfect for spring, from the bright spring colors to the traditional Easter candies. The jellybeans look like tiny flower buds while the green M&Ms form a cozy blanket of grass in the base of this delectable bouquet. Of course, you can make these DIY crafts for kids all year long by changing up the colors and candies. Try making a summer-themed kids craft using lemon drops to look like little snow cones!
In the Designer's Words: "Change out the colors for any occasion! Use all red for Valentine's Day, school colors for a graduate, or anything else you can dream up."

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

MaterialsFood Crafts

Age GroupElementary School, Pre-Teens, Teens

Materials List

  • Jellybeans
  • Mini M&Ms
  • Marshmallow
  • Toothpicks (green)
  • Condiment cup
  • Ribbon


  1. Select flower-colored jellybeans and poke each one vertically onto a toothpick.

  2. Cut green jellybeans in half and press to stick to each toothpick where leaves would be.

  3. Squeeze the marshmallow to fit it into the condiment cup. Sprinkle M&Ms around the sides and top to hide the marshmallow.

  4. Poke the toothpicks into the marshmallow to arrange the "flowers."

  5. Add a ribbon to the cup.

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Isn't this the cutest little edible bouquet? I love this idea and wouldn't it make darling favors for an Easter brunch, Mother's Day, or a baby shower using pink or blue. I was wondering about green toothpicks though, might be a bit of an expense, but it does look good! And it would be fun making these, just make sure you have enough for eating as well as assembling!


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