Even though parties will be smaller in 2020, you can still have fun with the look of food, and kids can help! Food crafts make a great Christmas activity to do with your kids. I made this for my daughter’s 5th grade class party years ago and it was a big hit! I was trying to come up with a snacked that fulfilled the healthy requirement, that didn’t take all the fun out of the party food too! I made this for my daughter’s 5th grade class party and it was a big hit! (And yes, the first kid in line took the star off the top. You might consider cutting some extras.)
I first posted this the day we were getting ready for a Christmas party. I have no idea why I took time out to do that!
Kid friendly fruit Christmas
The great thing about this is that it’s all kid friendly fruit! It takes a bit of strength to push the toothpicks into the Styrofoam, so it may be more of a helping project than an independent project. But if you have several kids who would want to help, you can also have them each work on shorter trees, and make a grape Christmas tree forest!
How to make a Grape & Cherry Christmas Tree Centerpiece
It’s impressive and not very hard, it just takes a while. Here are the photos of all the steps!
Christmas Charcuterie Board Centerpiece – Grape and Cherry Christmas Tree
And here’s the grape Christmas tree – finished! It’s fun on it’s own. Or as the center of your charcuterie board!