I love her delicate style, her color choices, and her design sensibility.
She has a design background in landscape architecture, and is the designer and illustrator of The Lunch Box Project . She describes it as “the blog
where you can snack on food art daily.” Take a tour of her website; I guarantee you’ll smile and then get hungry.
I posted the Fruit Kebabs  back in 2011 as a suggestion for a healthy birthday treat to take in to classrooms (instead of cupcakes) for your child’s birthday. They’ve been a hit at many classroom and other parties since then. One reader who made them for an elegant brunch at her house called them…
“art on a stick.”
I have to agree!
Thanks, Lisa, for truly appreciating the beauty in simple foods, for translating it so well, and most of all, for choosing my Fruit Kebabs as the star of your canvas!
Lots of gorgeous fruit is in season during the summer. Aren’t YOU inspired to make a Fruit Kebab?