Or you could make jewelry. My mom gave me the idea at an estate sale. I was tossing aside a big buncha purple grapes as useless, when she said, "Could you use them as beads?" Oh, brilliant!
You can easily use them 'fresh' off the vine - just treat them like any regular bead.
But I had even more fun with a little shape-shifting. One simple cut, and look what you get: a cute, tulip-shaped bead cap!
It's easy, adorable, and I am quite sure you will have fun! Ready?
First, pluck thyself a grape.
Squish it between thumb and finger, and follow the curve of your finger to cut off the tip of the grape.
You now have a little Pac Man shape. You can use it as is, or flip it inside-out for a different silhouette. Both ways are cute...see the subtle difference?
Next, cut about 6 inches of craft wire. Make a swirly at one end.
Stack a big bead, your Pac Man, and a spacer bead onto the wire.
With round nose pliers, grab the wire above the spacer bead, and use your free hand to spin the wire all the way around in a circle, to form the first 'leaf.' (You'll need to reposition the pliers partway through this step.) Then make another leaf a bit higher up.
Trim off the wire to leave about 3/4 inch.
Finally, make a simple loop, and try to orient it opposite the plane of your leaves. (Does that make sense? All I mean is, your top loop curves front-to-back, so when it's hanging, the leaves will poke out side-to side.) If it doesn't want to orient that way, use your pliers to jigger it around if necessary.
Lookie there! Your pendant is done!
Oh, heck, just go make some jewelry!