Cut ¾ of the strawberries into slices. Set aside the remaining strawberries to create the Spider-Man faces.
Fill the middle of a plate with blackberries and blueberries in a neat circular pile.
Make 2 rows of strawberry slices around the blackberries and blueberries in a "flower petal" pattern so that none of them overlap.
Creating the Spider-Man web
Starting from the center of the berry pile, draw eight equally spaced straight lines of vanilla icing towards the edge of the plate. There should be about 3 strawberry slices width in between each line, for reference.
Connect the ends of each line by drawing a curving inward line. You want to make sure the line curves towards the center of the berry pile, and not the other way around, for a proper spiderweb.
Continue drawing inwardly curving lines between the straight lines until you reach the center. You want the ends of each curving line to touch.
Creating the Spider-Man faces
Cut the tops off of your remaining strawberries.
Add a thick line of vanilla icing for each eye. Remember, Spider-Man's eyes curve downward at the bottom and have a "sharp" look.
Outline the vanilla icing with a thin line of chocolate icing to emphasize the eyes.
For this recipe, we used small containers of cake frosting, such as Betty Crocker icing. To portion out the icing, you will need a piping bag. You can either buy plastic piping bags for this recipe, or use a plastic sandwich bag by filling the bag with icing in one corner and cutting the tip off of the corner to create a small hole to pipe the icing through. If you use this method, make sure to pipe carefully so the tip does not tear and become too wide.
You want the tip of your piping bag to be cut small, whether you use a true piping bag or a plastic baggie with a hole cut, so you can properly make the Spider-Man web decoration and easily draw his eyes.
We recommend using Wish Farms berries for best results. They are always so perfectly sweet and juicy!