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Peeps Centerpiece – Easy Easter Centerpieces

Have you been searching online for easy Easter centerpieces?

peeps easter centerpieces from How to Homeschool My Child.com

peeps easter centerpieces from How to Homeschool My Child.com

This is so easy, even your kids can make it. It’s also a great idea for those of you who don’t want to eat all that sugar…use it in a Peeps Centerpiece.

easter centerpieces from How to Homeschool My Child.com

easter centerpieces from How to Homeschool My Child.com

Your small vase should not be taller than your big vase. I used vases I had around the house. Several years ago I bought the small vase at WalMart for a $1.

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peeps easter centerpieces from How to Homeschool My Child.com

peeps easter centerpieces from How to Homeschool My Child.comI didn’t like seeing the vase above the Peeps, so I added another row of Peeps. If I did this again, I would do it a little different so the jelly beans and Peeps were different heights.

You could add more jelly beans on the bottom and use one row of Peeps. I might also try adding jellybeans above the Peeps to see what that looks like.

peeps easter centerpieces from How to Homeschool My Child.comI had pink roses on hand, so I added them to this Peeps centerpiece. I plan to buy daisies for Easter Sunday since they flop over the vase and cover up the top edges.

You can enjoy your Peeps centerpiece outside on your deck, if you like. It sure adds some color on my deck.

peeps easter centerpieces from How to Homeschool My Child.com

Or, use it in your dining room as one of your Easter centerpieces. It looks fantastic next to our 12 Day Holiday Countdown.

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