Tutti Frutti! 8 DIY Fruit Crafts for Summer PartiesCyd Converse
Hands down one of my favorite things about summer is all the fresh summer fruit and produce. It’s literally everywhere right now and I can’t get enough. One thing I didn’t realize I loved until just recently? Parties all decked out in fruity party decor! From piñatas to bunting to fruit-themed party hats, there are so many fun and colorful ways to add a little fruitiness to your next bash. Ready to check out the goods? Click through for 8 fruit crafts that will rock your upcoming summer shindigs!
8 Summery Fruit Party Crafts 1 of 9
Click through for 8 DIY fruit crafts perfect for summer parties!
Watermelon Pinata 2 of 9
Fruit Party Hats 3 of 9
Inspired by two favorite summer fruits (strawberries and pineapples!) these little mini party hats are especially adorable. They're a cinch to make; you just need paper cones, paint and crepe paper!
Get the how-to at Studio DIY
Fruity Paper Plates 4 of 9
How cool would these vibrant paper plates be scattered about as paper decor or strung together in a garland? Make your own with basic white paper plates and craft paint!
Get the how-to at Crafts By Amanda
Fruit Balloons 5 of 9
Fruity Honeycombs 6 of 9
The awesome fruitness continues! I love these honeycombs, craftily made into fruit shapes by using basic paper party honeycombs, cutting them, and attaching paper stems.
Get the how-to at The House That Lars Built
Mini Fruit Pinatas 7 of 9
A cluster of these mini fruit piÃ±atas would be so cool at any summer shindig! Fill them up with fruit flavored candies and you have an instant celebration in the making.
Get the how-to at Kitiya Palaskas
Watermelon Bunting 8 of 9
This bright and happy watermelon bunting is perfect for summer! Bonus - the design is a free printable you can print, cut and string in minutes!
Get the how-to at Minieco
Watermelon Bowl 9 of 9
This basic wooden serving bowl gets a fresh summery update with a watermelon-inspired paint job! It'd be perfect for holding utensils, napkins or other party wares at your next bash.
Get the how-to at Dream A Little Bigger