I saw these fun straws at Target, and before I knew what I was going to do with them I took them home. (Currently in the Target easter section for $3 per canister.) These were going to be put to use, no matter what.... I obviously had to grab some jelly bellies while I was there as well so when I dumped the contents of my Target bag on my table when I got home, it occurred to me that they were made for each other;)
Use straws that are wide enough to slide down your favorite small Easter sweets (3/8 in.).
(Jelly Beans, Tic-Tacs, Nerds, etc.)
Use bright washi tape to cover and seal the ends. Make sure it is sticky enough to stay put.
These are fun to stick in easter straw for a party display or just hide them in deserving Easter Baskets.
Can't wait to surprise my little ones with these in a few weeks!
You could also use just the green ones filled with green treats for a St. Patrick's Day DIY.
Some St. Patrick's Day DIY's you don't want to miss:
Pretty much everything on Studio DIY, but especially these Lucky Poppers.
One Charming Party created free printables for bags of gold.
Thoughfully simple has an adorable St. Patrick's breakfast idea for your little ones.
Loved Say Yes to Hoboken's Shamrock Tea Bag DIY.
Have any St. Patrick's Day or Easter DIY's to share? My pinning fingers are ready!