Flowers are pretty, but no matter how great they look, you can't eat them. Make your next centerpiece do double duty as a decoration and snack by making it out of fresh fruit. With a quick trip to your grocery store, you'll have all the ingredients you need to make a stunning, and delicious, fruit centerpiece.
Wash all the fruit and cabbage. Pat dry with a paper towel.
Place the cabbage into the center of the bowl.
Cut all the wooden skewers in half. Insert the skewers into the cabbage, spacing them 1 inch apart. Start in the middle of the cabbage and work outward, down the sides. Sink the skewers to a depth of 2 inches for the ones inserted into the middle of the cabbage and 3 inches for the side skewers.
Cut the honeydew and cantaloupe melons in half. Remove the rind and cut one half of each melon into 1-inch cubes. Create melon balls, using the melon scooper, from the other halves of the melons.
Peel the pineapple and cut it into half-inch-wide slices. Use the cookie cutter to create flower-shaped pieces of pineapple from the slices.
Break the toothpicks in half and insert one into the center of each pineapple flower.
Attach the grapes to the center of each pineapple flower, sliding them onto the protruding toothpicks.
Slide the melon cubes onto the wooden skewers inserted in the cabbage. Alternate the honeydew and cantaloupe cubes, leaving a 1-inch empty space at the top of each skewer.
Top off skewers by alternately sliding on the strawberries or pineapple and grape flowers.
Refrigerate the fruit centerpiece until needed.