How would you like to take a stroll with me down Jelly Belly Alley?
Jelly Belly Alley is actually on the island in my kitchen, where all things Jelly Beans can be found! My original plan was to use all "Jelly Belly" beans - you know the little tiny ones that taste really good. I needed so many jelly beans that I couldn't afford 10 lbs. of the real thing. So it ended up that I used "Wal-Mart" Jelly Beans, but didn't want to call it "Wal-Mart Jelly Bean" Alley, you know it just didn't have the same ring!
This little Chickadee is the Greeter!
First in the alley is a little nest of Jelly Beans~
Covered with a glass dome.
A little more Egg-citing were the Jelly Belly Shots~
Little Shot Glasses filled with Jelly Beans. Oh, I guess they are really not that Egg-citing. Maybe they would have been if they were filled with real "Jelly Belly" Beans!
It gets a little better with the Jelly Bean topped Chocolate Cherries~
Yea, pretty Egg-citing huh?
I thought you might like my "Jelly Belly" Spritzers~
I don't know if you can tell, but I cut jelly beans in half and stuck them to the outside of each glass! No glue needed~
Then I wanted to fill them with something colorful~
So I added a drop of food color to each glass. Here's the orange~
Top with sparkling Wine or Soda! I won't say what I topped it with. It looks like there are goldfish in the glass in this photo, but I promise there are none. Here they are all filled up~
kid adult wouldn't love those??
Another fun thing I added to my decor was grass (bulletin board border) around each serving piece~
After marking with a pencil an even line on the grass, I used glue dots to stick the grass border around the outside edge of the glass! Then I filled the inside with paper grass.
And that's where I put my cake...my Easter Cake...Jelly Belly Style!
Jelly Belly Wal-Mart Jelly Bean Easter!
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