Christmas Fruit Tree

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The other night my daughter had a her yearly Holiday Party for color guard. First when she told me we had been picked to bring fruit I thought to myself how in the heck am I going to make that fun. Second, I thought of a vegetable/fruit tray in the shape of a tree. Therefore I looked around on Pinterest.

Additionally, fiddled over a few ideas until we came to a wreath or a tree. Hence we ended up picking the Christmas Fruit Tree. Certainly, I thought I would share the DIY idea here with you.

Christmas Fruit Tree

As a result, I ended up making it at the party. We bought raspberries, strawberries, blackberries, and grapes. Additionally, the rest of the fruit was brought by others for the party and we just placed it around the tree. Hence this project doesn’t take much to make it.

Christmas Fruit Tree

CHRISTMAS FRUIT TREE DIY:

  • strawberries; 1 box
  • raspberries; 1 box
  • blackberries; 1 box
  • 1 lb of green grapes
  • styrofoam tree
  • 1 wood star
  • toothpicks
  • christmas platter

Wash all fruit. Place foam tree on platter. Using toothpicks place them all around the tree. Insert them at an angle. Place fruit on toothpicks until the entire tree is covered with fruit. You I alternate the fruit and use the grapes as the main filler. Put two toothpicks at the top and place the star in between it. Put any leftover fruit all around the base of the tree.

Christmas Fruit Tree

The girls were in amazement as my daughter and I put it together. I asked her after the party if they finished off the tree and she said yes it was all gone. It was exciting to hear that. I also was excited that my daughter helped me and thought it was such a cute idea.

I think her and I will have to make a wreath for home for Christmas to share with the family. Such an adorable project!

First, I thought of a vegetable/fruit tray in the shape of a tree. I looked around on Pinterest. Fiddled over a few ideas until we came to a wreath or a tree. We ended up picking the Christmas Fruit Tree. I thought I would share the DIY here with you.

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