Watermelon Stars, Perfect for the 4th

Make watermelon stars for the 4th of July! Not only are they festive for the 4th of July, but it’s healthy, cheap, kid tested and mother approved. It’s a given that you’ll be eating watermelon this Summer, so why not make it fun.

watermelon stars | NoBiggie.net

Watermelon Stars - NoBiggie.net

Serve up watermelon stars like lollipops for the kids, or stack them up for a festive way to greet your guests at a small dinner party, or skewer them onto a toothpick to garnish your drink of choice.

watermelon stars for the 4th of July - 3 ways - NoBiggie.net

Anyway you have it, it’s the perfect Summer snack!

*Looking for more festive treats for the 4th of July? Here’s a few:

-make a fruit flag pizza
fruit flag pizza | NoBiggie.net

-Meringue Cookie stands
festive treats for the 4th | NoBiggie.net

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  1. 1

    My kids would love this more than cupcakes or candy..really, they would. (I'll take the watermelon and the cupcakes and candy. :))

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    Tiffany says:

    Genius idea. I love it!

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    The watermelon is so good right now. See you today!

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    Julie and Matt says:

    That is the best idea ever! My kids love, love, love watermelon right now. They will love this! Thanks!

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    Pedaling says:

    splendid idea–and so much more healthy than jello.

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    {natalie} says:

    anything cut with a cookie cutter is just cuter. love the photos.

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    Shaunee says:

    Those are so cute! What a great idea!

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    J Glazier says:

    YAY! Love it, We did that last year I think I'll pull out my cookie uctters again. Can't wait to see you guys tonight :-)

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    daily mix LA says:

    i absolutely love this! would you mind if i reposted and gave credit of course??

  10. 10

    So darn cute. All "MY" great summer ideas and recipes start with you. So what should we come up with next? I've already borrowed (stolen) your mini mug rootbeer float idea and it will be accompanying my Paigey's birthday party this year. Along with another bloggers Mini Birthday Party ideas (Pleated Poppy). I love all you crafty gals. You make me look like the Martha Stewart that I'm not.

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    Hello from Australia! *waves*

    My son is only 10 weeks old and it's Winter here but hey! Bring on Summer… my son will be old enough for solids and I'll be able to break out these cool (pardon the pun!) watermelon stars!!

    Thanks for sharing the idea.

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    Yay, I can't wait to make these! My kids LOVE watermelon.

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    love the way this looks–but, since we are dealing with a food-challenged individual, (me.) this is a little too advanced for mindi.

    however, i AM still employing tiffany's watermelon cutting technique, so i guess it's never too old to teach an old dog a few new little tricks…..

    ps those paper lollies were the bomb.

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    Juliana says:

    Love it, Kami! Sorry I didn't get a chance to come say hi at the neighborhood party yesterday. What did you call it? Neighborhood of Fire? Awesome. :)

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    Nicolette says:

    What a cute idea with the watermelon star in the glass! I could see this being a really cute addition to a summer watermelon infusion of sorts… yum!

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    Marie {Make and Takes} says:

    I've gotta do it. Maybe after the holiday I'll make hearts! Fun.

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    Such a great idea, you need to come out with your own magazine with your great ideas.

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    Starving Student Survivor says:

    Very fun!

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    The Clip Cafe says:

    How cool! Do you have a google friends follower link?

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    Hi Kami!

    I featured this idea on my blog today with a roundup of red, white, and blue foods. Here is the link:

    Have a happy Memorial Day!


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