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TINY FRUIT GARLAND

August 3, 2015
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I can’t get enough of this fruit fad.  So many cute fruit DIY’s floating around, so I thought I would add another to the mix.  It’s a tiny fruit garland!  Yep tiny…because anything miniaturized is way cuter.  So whip up some mini watermelons, kiwi’s and oranges with this fun DIY.  Now go get your fruit fix!
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SUPPLIES:
Colored Foam Sheets
Fiskars 1″ thick material punch
Scissors
-White and Orange Acrylic Paint
-Black Sharpie
-Pencil (with new eraser)
-Paint Brush
Bakers Twine
Glue Gun

1.  Cut out circles of pink green and yellow using the thick materials hole punch.  Then cut the circles in half.
2.  Take the black sharpie and draw seeds onto the pink half circles to make watermelons
3.  Paint white onto the green half circles
4.  Draw black seeds with the sharpie, around the white to make them look like kiwi’s
5.  To make the orange slices cut the top of a pencil eraser into a triangle.
6.  Dip the pencil stamp into paint and stamp onto yellow circles
7.  Hot glue the fruit pieces onto the bakers twine.Steps-to-make-a-cute-fruit-garland

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Check out these other fruit DIY’s:
Watermelon Party, Pineapple Crayons, Fruit Bulletin Boards

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