8 DIY Food Decorations for Christmas

8 DIY Food Decorations for Christmas | DIY Joy Projects and Crafts Ideas

Image credit: Brainy Crafts on Youtube


Christmas decorations give off a vibrant ambiance of the joy of the holidays. It brightens everybody’s faces to see them made in fun and unique ways. Brainy Crafts on YouTube gives us 8 uniquely fun and edible DIY food decorations to bring to the Christmas table. Below are 2 among the 8 decorations in the tutorial.


Ingredients/ Materials:

Snowman eggs

  • Two large boiled eggs
  • Skewers stick
  • Straw
  • Black Grape
  • Carrots
  • Garnish

Penguin grapes:

  • 2 grapes
  • Cheese ball
  • Carrots
  • Wooden sticks
  • Directions:

Snowman egg:

Cut both the top and bottom ends of the 2 large, boiled eggs.

Skew them together using skewer sticks. Make sure that the bottom end of the egg can stand on its own.

Using a straw, poke three vertical holes for one egg and two eye holes for the other egg.

diy penguin decorations for christmas
Image credit: Brainy Crafts on Youtube

Cut the grape in half and poke out five dots. Insert the grape dots into the holes of the eggs.

Cut thin slices of carrots without their skin.

With one carrot slice, cut out a tiny triangle. Slice a small hole in place of the snowman’s nose to place the little carrot triangle in.

For the other carrot slice, skew it on the upper end of the snowman’s head to make its hat.

Then, with the two garnishes, stick them on either side of the snowman’s body to make the arms.

Make as many snowmen as you like!

Penguin grapes:

Insert a cheese ball between 34 slices of one grape.

With your wooden stick, skew the other grape into place and attach it together with the sliced grape with a cheeseball.

Twist the top grape and face the grape’s crown to make the penguin’s face.

diy food decorations tutorial
Image credit: Brainy Crafts on Youtube

Cut a small triangle off a thin slice of carrot and attach it to the top grape to make the beak. For the leftover carrot slice, skew it on the bottom of the bottom grape to make the penguin’s feet.

Viola! You’ve made a penguin grape. Make as many as you like.

8 DIY Food Decorations for Christmas

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