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Must Try! Fruit Kabobs

I was looking for new bento ideas and found this cute DIY letter fruit kebab on Creative Live. @neostar86 @iluvdurian @MinaShenCooking you might like this! Not only does it look delicious but it's also healthy. It would be a great addition to any any lunch box or party platter.
What you need to make a fruit kebab:
Fruits of your choice
Kebab sticks
Alphabet Cookie Cutters (optional)
After cutting the fruits arrange them in a kebab stick as you desired.
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I can't wait for fruit salad season again :)
Why have I not thought of this?! My cookie cutter collection is massive!
@galinda so much more fun than boring old soup hahaha
I wouldn't want to eat this, it's too cute!
Alphabet fruit salad anyone!?
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