fall decorating with hurricane vases - popcorn kernels, red beans, and peas... SIMPLE!
fall decorating with hurricane vases - popcorn kernels, red beans, and peas... Halloween - candy corn.....Chrstmas - cranberries,
Hurricane glasses filled with dry split peas, red beans and corn kernels
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Popcorn Kernels, Red Beans, and Peas. Perfect for fall. I used peas alone last year in mine..This is much better!
Fall craft/decoration consisting of old vases, brown/red beans, popcorn, and split peas. Layer in the glass in any order and rest candle on top. I cut fake leaves in various sizes, hot glued them to the vases and tied a bow around them with twine. Cheap and easy craft for less than $10!
Fall Decorating with Hurricane Vases, minus the twine.
Fall Decorating with Hurricane Vases | Amanda Jane Brown
Use black beans to hold fall candles in hurricane vases
Glass hurricane candle jars in different sizes from Walmart. Different kinds of dried package beans. I used Lima beans northern beans black eye peas and red kidney beans. The top part is filled with unground coffee beans and I topped it off with a candle votive. Just layer the beans the way you like.
Simple Fall Decor. Get Hurricane vases from TJ Maxx, Marshalls, Ross and fall decor from Hobby Lobby or JoAnne's
Sensory Balloons- place different items in the balloons such as flour, beans, tiny macaroni, split peas, rice and popcorn kernels. These are great for students to squeeze to help avoid fidgeting.
St. Patrick's Day Hurricane Candles filled with split peas - love how she used E6000 to glue together a variety of thrift shop candlesticks and hurricane vases for a mixed look!
Dried split peas!!! Can use red or white beans, rice, etc.-- anything inexpensive but colorful so can do multiple vases
Use black beans to hold Halloween candles in hurricane vases
How to Get Rid of Unpopped Popcorn Kernels- just place a cooling rack over your bowl of popcorn. Invert and shake, and all the kernels will come out, leaving you with delicious fluffy popcorn! Such a great tip!