Holiday Crafting with Driscoll’s Berries #Driscolls #crafts

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I was invited to a crafting event with Driscoll’s Berries a few weeks ago. Due to timing and distance, I wasn’t able to attend, but I was invited to participate in the program in a cyber kind of way- I received coupons and a gift card to purchase supplies to make my craft at home instead of at the event.

driscolls berry tree

I had plans to make a beautiful fruit tree centerpiece for our kitchen, with 3 trees situated on a foil plate. My 5 year old was heartset on helping me and so I modified my plans for a 5 year old to help and we ended up with 1 blueberry tree on a foil plate. It’s nothing fancy, but it’s sweet, it’s simple, and we feel like it’s very festive. I think it’s beautiful, and so does my son!

driscolls berries craft supplies

Using foods for decor can be fun- edible centerpieces on the table add a fun ambience. It’s also a space saver! AND it smells great- especially with berries.

making driscolls berry tree

I think we’re going to do this again on the 15th for my mother in law’s family holiday party- with strawberries, raspberries and blueberries. It’s a fun way to add some more fruit in, and definitely something different! I think we will cover the “trees” in foil first – I don’t want to eat off of styrofoam.

driscolls berry holiday decor

So how did we do?

 

 

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  • This is so clever, and could be adapted for any occasion or holiday. However, I love driscoll’s berries so much I’d eat them all before i could get the craft done!

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  • The blueberry tree is a cute idea but it wouldn’t last 5 minutes with me around, lol. I love blueberries too much.

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  • Very cute. Think you did a good job there. Did you attach the blueberries with toothpicks?

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  • Fun to do and edible too! Nothing better than that!

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  • I love this idea! I am so uncreative and I am loving the idea that #1 I don’t have to worry about the kids eating the deco (lol) but #2 they made it and it smells good too and all natural! This rocks!

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  • Love it! I didnt think this would be with real berries. I suppose you could use Driscoll’s Raspberries also

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  • Cute and a great snack!

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  • Woah! Definitely one of the yummiest holiday decor :) Love it!

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  • boy that craft looks so yummy

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  • That looks amazing! I don’t think I’m crafty enough to do that!

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  • That looks great! How did you attach the blueberries?

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  • this is such a cute idea ty for sharing

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  • Very cute! I love it and I bet it smelt great

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  • So cute but my son loves blueberries, I have a feeling they wouldn’t stay in tact that long lol

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  • That is so cute and festive! I’ve never seen anything like it and would love to make something like this with my kids. I pinned it so I can remember it.

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  • this is really cute and a fun idea to do with the kids than you can eat it later with them! :) maybe put cool whip around the bottom to look like snow

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  • I think this is a unique and really cute Christmas tree made with Berries. I like the decoration on it, and it looked fun to make!

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  • That tree is super cute!

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  • I give you an A+++++> Gorgeous!

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  • What a CUTE idea! Love it and you could totally use it for different Holidays!

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  • the tree came out great would make a great centerpiece on the dessert table

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  • What a neat idea! These would be a huge hit at our Memorial Day & 4th of July parties with blueberries and strawberries.

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