Magic Easter Beans – a seriously cute and super simple Easter tradition

Last year, we began an adorable Easter tradition which I found via THIS post from Meet The Dubiens. This was so simple and quick to put together and R just LOVED it. He was still talking about it months later. Here is what happened last Easter…..

On Easter eve we found some magical beans…

We dug a hole in the garden….

and we planted the magic Easter beans.

We patted down the soil…

and gave it all a good watering.

Then, on Easter morning, we went outside and found this growing in the garden!

Yummy! I like gardening!

This morning, I prepared this year’s magical Easter beans and lollipop. Here are the beans….

 And here is what R will find on Easter Sunday after planting his magical beans.


What is your family’s favourite Easter tradition?

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14 thoughts on “Magic Easter Beans – a seriously cute and super simple Easter tradition

    • Thanks Rebekah! We had so much fun with this last year and R would point to that spot in the garden for months afterwards, talking about the magic beans.

    • Thanks Andie! You should have seen his face today when he discovered this year’s beans! I can’t wait for tomorrow when he sees that lollipop.🙂

  1. I LOVE this idea!! I love it so much, that I “found” some magic beans, and lollipops today to start this tradition for ourselves. Thank you so much for this awesome tradition that we will start with our little ones!! I can’t wait!! 🙂

    • I’m so glad you loved it Melody! It really is such a cute idea. R found this year’s beans today. He was so excited and kept talking all night about what he might find in the garden tomorrow. So so sweet. I hope you and your family have fun with it!

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