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  • Christine Hitchings

    Three cheers for HEALTHY rainbow party food ideas Put in snack zip lock bags to sell at Relay

  • Kaleigh Knapton

    Rainbow Fruit Kebabs, this might be a wonderful appetizer idea for finger foods at the reception

  • Sherrie Jorgensen

    Rainbow Fruit Skewers - Great party food idea - made for K's class for her birthday

  • Emily White

    fruitkabobs! (more wedding ideas)

  • Carol Lowry

    Rainbow Fruit Kabobs- great kid snack idea

  • Josee Santo

    Rainbow fruit, great idea for a brunch! #fruit #fruitonskewer #rainbowfruit #brunchideas

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