Easter Tulip Centerpiece

I have been crushing on fresh flowers in my home lately…especially tulips!  They are such a beautiful flower and come in such an array of colors.  I have seen quite a few fun flower ideas where you utilize two vases to give some color and fun to a flower arrangement.  The peeps (pun TOOOOTALLY intended) at Ibulb came up with this project.  This one is perfect for your Easter table with Peeps and Jelly Beans.

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6” x 8” glass vase

4″-5” x 8’” glass vase

Bunny Peeps

Jelly Beans

15-30 tulips

1. The trick to making this tromp l’oeil arrangement is a double-walled vase. Select two clear glass vases (both about 8 inches tall), so that one fits within the other and leaves a gap of at least 1 to 1.5 inches.  This one utilizes a 6” in diameter and 4.5” inches in diameter glass vase.  The Dollar Tree is a great place to look for vases like this.

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2. Fill the smaller vase 1/3 full with water and place inside the larger vase. Use Easter candy such as jelly beans, candy eggs and Peeps to fill in the gap between the vases.

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3. Remove the leaves (if desired) and trim flower stems of 15 to 30 tulips (depending on width of inner vase) to 9 inches long. Gather all of the tulips to form a bunch and place gently into the small inner vase.

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For more inspiring flower projects check out iBulb


Easter Tulip DIY Centerpiece