Roundup: DIY Edible Arrangements and Centerpieces

Veggie Flower Bouquet Treat by Living Locurto

Edible arrangements are quite popular these days. A quick perusal of the internets tells me that they can also be expensive, which is why I am loving these DIY ideas.

Living Locuto's darling veggie bouquets (pictured above) would get even the most picky, anti-veggie eater to take a second look.

Karen used a head of lettuce as a floral oasis for her fruit filled arrangement.

If you'd rather have your bouquet for dessert, how about this chocolate, foil-covered Easter egg arrangement from Good Housekeeping

easter craft chocolate bouquet

Tonya took the gum drop topiary idea one step further with her sweet design.

Although this bouquet is for Valentine's day, swapping out the red heart gumdrops for pastel colors would be the way to go to usher in spring. Also, you wouldn't have to use Fudge Stripes either. Any cookie with a hole in the middle will do.


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Sara Grace on Mar 27, 2012:

Edible arrangements kind of freak me out... maybe it's the fact that I associate them with death, but these ones are C U T E ! http://adventuresofdutchandme.blogspot.com/

Linda Leyble on Mar 24, 2012:

I think these are so adorable too - and it may get more kids (or rather adults too) to eat their vegetables!  Very cute.

Jenny @ DIY Newlyweds on Mar 24, 2012:

These are great! I love the idea of one made from veggies.  I made a fruit edible arraingement for mother's day a few years ago: http://www.diynewlyweds.com/2010/05/diy-edible-fruit-arrangement-bouquet.html

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