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Jello in a vase and drop flowers in it. Gorgeous:) Use half the water that jello recipe calls for for more vibrant color.

Jello in a vase and drop flowers in it. Use half the water that jello recipe calls for for more vibrant color. you could use lots of different colors, use lots of stuff to toss in there and use them as centerpieces for any party!

Flowers in water w candle in vase.

Tropical Submerged Flower Centerpiece

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12 Ways to Add a Simple Touch of Spring

DIY - Vase Wraps using scrap paper, washi tape and twine via Color Me Pretty: September Shades (Bottle Centerpieces Escort Cards)

great centerpiece idea...love the color combo

Limes and Pink Rose centerpieces Spring baby shower décor or yellow flowers

vase with hearts with another vase inside it for flowers - Click image to find more DIY & Crafts Pinterest pins

Vase within a vase. So many ideas.lemon heads and daisies, candy corn and fall leaves, conversation hearts and carnations.I like the conversation hearts idea for Valentine's Day and I thought of those tiny flocked bunnies for Easter.

80 Unique Jumbo & Assorted Sizes Light Pink Pearls/Baby Pink Pearls & White Pearls Vase Fillers Value Pack...NOT INCLUDING THE TRANSPARENT WATER GELS...FREE SHIPPING

Unique Jumbo & Assorted Sizes Light Baby Pink Pearls/Blush Pink & White Pearls Vase Fillers for Centerpieces - To float Pearls, Order the Transparent Water Gels

80 Light Pink/Baby Pink and White Pearls Jumbo and Assorted Sizes - Vase Fillers Value Pack.To Float the Pearls, you will need to order the Transparent Water Gels Separately.

Make hurricanes by gluing candlestick to cylinder vase (from Dollar Tree). Love the green lentils for a pop of color!!

DIY Budget Wedding Decor Projects

i like the bottom display, simple & pretty, could do any flower color----DIY Budget Wedding Decor Projects

Cute centerpiece idea. You will need a large container and then a smaller container that can nestle inside the larger container. The large container will hold your lovely legumes while the smaller container will actually hold the flowers and the water. Once you have both containers in place, slowly pour your beans of choice into the space between both containers; keep the smaller vase centered as best as you possibly can. As soon as the beans are snugly set, let your imagination run wild!

Insert a small vase into a larger one and filled the space between them with coffee beans. The inner vase can hold flowers. Or insert a pink candle into the center of a vase and fill around it with coffee beans.