Jelly Bean Bark Recipe

white chocolate bark with jelly beans on a white board


This is the easiest bark recipe ever! Whether making this jelly bean bark for an Easter basket or with leftover jelly beans, your whole family will love this simple to make jelly bean bark recipe.

Jelly Bean Bark Recipe

If you are looking for more Easter recipes, you may want to try these:

Easy Easter Cupcakes Recipe – Dress up your cupcakes for a sweet little Easter treat, perfect for Easter brunch, dessert or to send one in for a school snack.

Bunny Pancakes Recipe – If you are looking for cute breakfast ideas for your children, this bunny pancakes recipe will make you smile as they fill you up.

If you enjoy bark recipes, you may want to try these:

Eggnog Bark recipe – The delicious combination of pecans, cranberries and spices make for a perfect holiday bark recipe.

White Chocolate Peppermint Bark Recipe – This refreshing peppermint bark is so good you will want to make a double batch.

Jelly Bean Bark Recipe. This is the easiest bark recipe ever! Whether making this jelly bean bark for an Easter basket or with leftover jelly beans, your whole family will love this simple to make jelly bean bark recipe.


Jelly Bean Bark Ingredients:

• 8 oz White Chocolate Chips
• 1 cup Jelly Beans, assorted flavors

Jelly Bean Bark Mise en Place:

• Non-stick Cooking Spray
• 8″x8″ Metal Baking Dish
• Spatula
• Cooking Pot
• Knife

Jelly Bean Bark Recipe. This is the easiest bark recipe ever! Whether making this jelly bean bark for an Easter basket or with leftover jelly beans, your whole family will love this simple to make jelly bean bark recipe.


Jelly Bean Bark Directions:

• Spray inside of a small pot, as well as the baking dish, with non-stick cooking spray.
• Place the white chocolate chips into the small pot and place it on the stove on low heat.
• Stir chips until smooth and melted.

Jelly Bean Bark Recipe. This is the easiest bark recipe ever! Whether making this jelly bean bark for an Easter basket or with leftover jelly beans, your whole family will love this simple to make jelly bean bark recipe.


• Once the mixture is smooth, pour it into the prepared baking dish. Use a spatula to smooth out the white chocolate into an even layer.

Jelly Bean Bark Recipe. This is the easiest bark recipe ever! Whether making this jelly bean bark for an Easter basket or with leftover jelly beans, your whole family will love this simple to make jelly bean bark recipe.


• While the chocolate is still warm, drop the jelly beans over the top. Allow the jelly beans sink into the chocolate. You can add as many or as little as you wish.
• After the jelly beans are added, transfer the baking dish to the refrigerator for one hour. This is how long it will take for the chocolate mixture to solidify.

Jelly Bean Bark Recipe. This is the easiest bark recipe ever! Whether making this jelly bean bark for an Easter basket or with leftover jelly beans, your whole family will love this simple to make jelly bean bark recipe.


• Remove the chocolate mixture from the refrigerator and use your knife to gently pry up the edges. The bark should come out as one giant sheet.
• Break the bark into smaller pieces for serving.

You do not need to keep your Jelly Belly bark refrigerated. You can store it in an air tight container or bag until ready to serve.


Jelly Bean Bark Recipe

This is the easiest bark recipe ever! Whether making this jelly bean bark for an Easter basket or with leftover jelly beans, your whole family will love this simple to make jelly bean bark recipe.

Prep Time:10 minutes
Cook Time: 5 Minutes
Total Time: 1 Hour 15 Minutes

Ingredients:

8 oz White Chocolate Chips
1 cup Jelly Beans, assorted flavors

Directions:

• Spray inside of a small pot, as well as the baking dish, with non-stick cooking spray.
• Place the white chocolate chips into the small pot and place it on the stove on low heat.
• Stir chips until smooth and melted.
• Once the mixture is smooth, pour it into the prepared baking dish. Use a spatula to smooth out the white chocolate into an even layer.
• While the chocolate is still warm, drop the jelly beans over the top. Allow the jelly beans sink into the chocolate. You can add as many or as little as you wish.
• After the jelly beans are added, transfer the baking dish to the refrigerator for one hour. This is how long it will take for the chocolate mixture to solidify.
• Remove the chocolate mixture from the refrigerator and use your knife to gently pry up the edges. The bark should come out as one giant sheet.
• Break the bark into smaller pieces for serving.

• Makes 8 servings Jelly Bean Bark

white chocolate bark with jelly beans on a white board



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Mica Bunny Soap DIY

Mica Bunny Soap DIY. Making your own soap is fast, fun and easy. Learn how to make soap using mica powder, this easy step by step tutorial will show you how!





Mica Bunny Soap DIY

If you have wondered how to make your own soap using mica powder, this mica bunny soap tutorial will show you how. It is much easier to do than you would think, and the colors come out lovely.

Making handmade soap is fun and easy! If you are looking for homemade soap recipes, here are a few you might like to try: this snowflake soap is wonderful for the winter season! This tutorial teaches you how to make your own peppermint soap! Another wonderful winter soap to use at home or give as a gift. If you like creamsicles, you may want to learn how to make your own orange creamsicle soap.

For a little bit of luxury, this homemade bar soap recipe cannot be beat: lavender and oats goat milk soap recipe (oh the decadence!) And if you like real flowers in your soap (truly!) try this lovely rose petal soap recipe. It is just wonderful.

Now on to the mica bunny shaped soap recipe…

Mica Bunny Soap DIY. Making your own soap is fast, fun and easy. Learn how to make soap using mica powder, this easy step by step tutorial will show you how!


Mica Bunny Soap Ingredients:

• 2/3 cup Shea Butter Glycerin Soap Base
• (2) .15cc scoops Cosmetic Grade Mica Powder (Hollywood Pink was used in this tutorial)
• ½ tsp Sweet Almond Oil
• 3 drops Lavender Essential Oil

Mica Bunny Soap Mise en Place:

Large Glass Measuring Cup
• Silicone or Wooden Spoon or Stir Stick
Silicone Bunny Mold
• Rubbing Alcohol (and spray bottle if needed)

Mica Bunny Soap DIY. Making your own soap is fast, fun and easy. Learn how to make soap using mica powder, this easy step by step tutorial will show you how!


Mica Bunny Soap Directions:

Mica Powders will stain so make sure you lay newspaper down before using.

• Lay down a covering to protect your work surface.
• Melt approximately 6-8 ice cube sized blocks of soaps in the microwave in a glass measuring cup (more or less until you have 2/3 cup of melted soap).
• Once completely melted, mix in your sweet almond oil and essential oil until combined.

Mica Bunny Soap DIY. Making your own soap is fast, fun and easy. Learn how to make soap using mica powder, this easy step by step tutorial will show you how!


Mica Bunny Soap DIY. Making your own soap is fast, fun and easy. Learn how to make soap using mica powder, this easy step by step tutorial will show you how!


Mica Bunny Soap DIY. Making your own soap is fast, fun and easy. Learn how to make soap using mica powder, this easy step by step tutorial will show you how!


• Now add in your mica powder and mix with a craft stick until the mica powder is completely dissolved.

Mica Bunny Soap DIY. Making your own soap is fast, fun and easy. Learn how to make soap using mica powder, this easy step by step tutorial will show you how!


• Carefully pour the melted soap into your bunny molds and lightly mist with rubbing alcohol to prevent air bubbles from forming on the surface (optional).
• Freeze for 15-20 minutes and carefully remove each bunny from the molds (they should pop right out of you press up on the bottom).

• If presenting as gifts, you can tie with a ribbon, wrap with cellophane and a ribbon, etc.

Mica Bunny Soap DIY. Making your own soap is fast, fun and easy. Learn how to make soap using mica powder, this easy step by step tutorial will show you how!


• These are perfect for display for spring or Easter holiday in a guest bathroom (I can’t be the only one that does that!), gift giving, or to set in a linen closet for a wonderful smelling scent, as well as everyday use!

• To print the Mica Bunny Soap DIY Recipe click here.


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Spring Fairy Garden DIY Tutorial

Spring Fairy Garden DIY Tutorial. This spring fairy garden is easy to put together. Great for tabletop decor, or for older children to play with under adult supervision, you and your children will have a lot of fun gathering your spring fairy garden supplies, and making your own personal miniature spring fairy garden this year!





Spring Fairy Garden DIY Tutorial

Ah, fairy gardens! They can be made with living plants including flowers, moss, etc, or with faux (fake) mini trees, animals, fairies, grass, etc. This spring fairy garden DIY tutorial uses manufactured plants and decorations (fake). You could place this spring fairy garden outside for decor, or use the spring fairy garden on a table as part of a centerpiece. This is highly individual, so you are only bound by your own imagination. Spring was spelled out in the white mini stones, but you could spell out Easter, or eliminate a word entirely.

Instead of using a broken pot, the base of a 12″ Terra Cotta Flower Pot was used.

While I linked to materials below, I strongly suggest you head over to your local Michaels, Hobby Lobby or JoAnn’s to see and feel what you plan on using in your spring fairy garden. Your local Dollar Tree or Big Lots is an excellent source for glass stones and even filling sands.

Spring Fairy Garden DIY Tutorial. This spring fairy garden is easy to put together. Great for tabletop decor, or for older children to play with under adult supervision, you and your children will have a lot of fun gathering your spring fairy garden supplies, and making your own personal miniature spring fairy garden this year!


Spring Fairy Garden Supplies:

Terra Cotta Flower Pot Saucer, at least 12 inches wide
• Filler such as White Sand, White Mini Stones, or Gravel
• Assorted Glass Gems or Sstones
Mini Chenille Chicks
• Assorted Small Furniture Pieces (dinette set is ideal)
• Mini Eggs and Basket
• Pastel Colored Trees or Flowers – such as Bottle Brush Trees or maybe these Bottle Brush Trees
• Mini Greenery
• Assorted Wood Letter Tiles
Enamel Paint: Pastel Colors
Paint Brushes
Small Easel or Paper Plate

Spring Fairy Garden DIY Tutorial. This spring fairy garden is easy to put together. Great for tabletop decor, or for older children to play with under adult supervision, you and your children will have a lot of fun gathering your spring fairy garden supplies, and making your own personal miniature spring fairy garden this year!


Spring Fairy Garden Directions:

• Begin by applying a strip of paint in your choice of pastel color around the rim of the terra cotta saucer. If you wish you can color the entire saucer, however, once it is filled it may be hard to see the color, which is why this terra cotta saucer is just painted at the rim.
• Allow the paint to dry completely.

• Fill the terra cotta saucer approximately 2/3 of the way full with a filler such as white sand or white mini gravel.

Spring Fairy Garden DIY Tutorial. This spring fairy garden is easy to put together. Great for tabletop decor, or for older children to play with under adult supervision, you and your children will have a lot of fun gathering your spring fairy garden supplies, and making your own personal miniature spring fairy garden this year!


• If you are looking to this tutorial as a guide for your miniature fairy garden accessories, place the pastel trees (bottle brush trees were used) along the back of the saucer. They are taller than the rest of the fairy garden items so you want them in the back so as not to obstruct any of the other fairy garden decor from view.
• Push down a bit so the trees remain upright.
• Place some small greenery pieces along the tree line to create shrubs.

Spring Fairy Garden DIY Tutorial. This spring fairy garden is easy to put together. Great for tabletop decor, or for older children to play with under adult supervision, you and your children will have a lot of fun gathering your spring fairy garden supplies, and making your own personal miniature spring fairy garden this year!


Spring Fairy Garden DIY Tutorial. This spring fairy garden is easy to put together. Great for tabletop decor, or for older children to play with under adult supervision, you and your children will have a lot of fun gathering your spring fairy garden supplies, and making your own personal miniature spring fairy garden this year!


Spring Fairy Garden DIY Tutorial. This spring fairy garden is easy to put together. Great for tabletop decor, or for older children to play with under adult supervision, you and your children will have a lot of fun gathering your spring fairy garden supplies, and making your own personal miniature spring fairy garden this year!


• Assemble the dinette set. This is set up to look as if the chicks are having a little party. Place a chick to each chair and arranged the dinette set with some mini eggs and grass on top of the table.
• Push into your filler a bit so they remain upright.

Spring Fairy Garden DIY Tutorial. This spring fairy garden is easy to put together. Great for tabletop decor, or for older children to play with under adult supervision, you and your children will have a lot of fun gathering your spring fairy garden supplies, and making your own personal miniature spring fairy garden this year!


• Take some wooden letter tiles or old Scrabble tiles and spell out a word of your choosing. This craft used “Spring”, but “Easter”, “Rebirth”, etc anything that is a has a springy connotation would work. Or, no tiles at all if you do not have them or care for them. If you are using tiles, arrange the tiles so the word(s) is spelled correctly and that the tiles are wedged into the filler allowing them to stand upright.
• Decorate around the tiles with some additional chicks, so it looks like they are hiding behind them or even assembling them.

Spring Fairy Garden DIY Tutorial. This spring fairy garden is easy to put together. Great for tabletop decor, or for older children to play with under adult supervision, you and your children will have a lot of fun gathering your spring fairy garden supplies, and making your own personal miniature spring fairy garden this year!


• Add in some additional features, such as a glass stone walkway or additional chicks (or bunnies).

Spring Fairy Garden DIY Tutorial. This spring fairy garden is easy to put together. Great for tabletop decor, or for older children to play with under adult supervision, you and your children will have a lot of fun gathering your spring fairy garden supplies, and making your own personal miniature spring fairy garden this year!


• All these spring fairy garden accessories were left unglued so children can play and interact with this spring fairy garden. If you wish for it to be more of a display piece, you can use hot glue to glue the pieces in place.


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