A trip to the produce section will add sweet fragrance and bright color to your holiday decorations, both indoors and out.
For a simple door decoration, hang a juicy red pomegranate from ribbon. Create a hanging loop by pushing the ends of a short length of florist's wire into the pomegranate. Thread red ribbon through the loop and tie in a bow at the top of the fruit.
This topiary features kumquats and roses, the fruit theme echoing in the bowl of cranberries, oranges, and pears. Use wooden picks to push flowers or fruit into foam shapes to create your own handcrafted centerpiece.
Add a sparkling centerpiece to your holiday buffet with a bowl of sugared fruit. Elevate the arrangement in style by using a pedestal compote, then fill the bowl with sugar and arrange the colorful fruits on top.
This staircase gets the holiday treatment with chic citrus spheres suspended by shimmering ribbon. To create, fasten kumquats to 3-inch foam balls with wood picks; suspend with wire concealed by wide ribbon.
A grandly appointed entry sets a festive tone for a home. Here, a stately urn is filled with fruit, flowers, and branches to create a stunning holiday focal point in the foyer.
A playful, inexpensive twist on tradition, this pear place-card holder extends a personal welcome to guests but takes just seconds to create.
Decorative fruit arrangements can brighten the exterior of your house, too. Just place brightly colored fruit around your existing plants to create a spirited look for your landscape or entry.
Simple serving dishes become dazzling displays when you outline them with holiday greenery and fruit. Bind the greenery in place with twine or wire concealed by holiday ribbon.
Make a statement with a large flower arrangement surrounded by smaller candles. This dramatic display includes amaryllis plants, evergreen boughs, and small red pears hanging from ordinary branches.
This chandelier is decked out for the holidays with crab apples and cut branches. Use faux greenery to avoid falling needles.