Monday, April 25, 2011

A home for the leftover jelly beans

Hello, friends!  I hope everyone had a great Easter weekend.  I am a little sad that one of my favorite holidays is over, but am taking comfort in the grocery store clearance aisles full of Easter candy. Speaking of left over candy, how about a cute way to display it?  My mom, the craftiest of crafting divas, took a page from our beloved Martha's book and made these sweet little favors to adorn her table for Easter.

Martha Stewart-Inspired Daffodil Candy Cups


  • Patterned paper
  • Mini cupcake liners
  • Left-over Easter candy
  • Scissors
  • Adhesive
  • Printer

Martha came through for us again with her great templates.  My mom printed this template from, traced it onto patterned paper and cut it out.  She glued a cupcake liner to the center of the flower and filled it with sugary goodness.  It doesn't get much simpler or much cuter.  It's a great way to add some color and Spring whimsy to the table especially since things are feeling a bit dull with the Easter decor gone.

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