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  • L MacK

    Supplies Needed 2 lb. bag of white navy beans - $1.50 at grocery store A tube each of red and yellow food coloring Large Ziploc bag Newspaper, wax paper or parchment paper for drying out Start by pouring the beans in a Ziploc bag. Drop in some red and yellow food coloring. It does not have to be exact, you can add more later if your color isn't where it needs to be. (See Below) After massaging and working the beans around, this is what you will have... ORANGE BEANS After all the beans are coated, pour them onto your newspaper, wax paper or parchment paper (whatever you have on hand). I let mine dry over night. They might cluster together, but that is okay. I let my son break them up and play with them before I decorated my jar. Here you go. I alternated the orange beans with a 2 lb. bag of black beans.

  • Misty Edwards

    how to EASILY dye beans... super cheap decor idea using apothecary jars

  • Holly King

    Cute for Halloween (plus how to easily dye beans) or sub black and orange jelly beans for a sweet treat!

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