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  • Shayna Dvorscak Masterson

    St. Patrick's Day Decor - Split peas or any dried peas put into candle holders. Table centerpiece, on a bar, mantle, or side table.

  • Erin Craig

    cute centerpiece idea for st. patricks day (split peas vase filler)

  • Christyn Unzueta

    Use split peas, beans, barley, coffee beans, rice, pasta, etc. for hurricane and candle centerpieces

  • ✿ JudyBug ✿ B ✿

    St. Patrick's Day Decorations | Cheap DIY Centerpiece Ideas

  • Ann Marie

    What a great idea for spring decor! Split peas (or coffee beans)

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