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Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Watermelon Shark Tutorial

Ok.. this is it.  Seriously!
You make this... your kids will think that you are the absolute
COOLEST!
Other moms will be talking about you...
and it is certain you will be asked to bring this along to the next get-together.

Are you ready for it?

Watermelon Shark

And the best part is, it is SO SIMPLE to make!
Seriously!


My Inspiration...
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Watermellon Shark

Ingredients:
-  1 Watermelon (try to find one with more of an oval shape if you can)
-  Blue Jell-O (2 large, 8-serving pkgs)
-  Fish-Shaped Candies
-  Blueberries (x2 for the eyes)
-  Toothpicks (3 or 4)


Other Supplies I used, though all optional:
-  Tray (I used a pizza pan)
-  Foil
-  Saran Wrap
-  Blue & Green Markers
-  Melon Ball Tool



Directions:
1)  Prepare Your Ocean Water
I followed the recipe for Jell-O Jigglers, found HERE, ahead of time.  I thought that having blue, Jell-O Jigglers would not only make a fun snack, but looks much more like water than the watermelon used in the original photo.  Don't you think?

2)  Prepare Your Tray
I covered a pizza pan with aluminum foil and had my children color the foil with blue and green markers.  We then covered the colored foil tray with Saran Wrap so that the color would be protected.  Remember that your shark will cover a good portion of your tray, so you don't have to completely color it.

And here is the finished tray...

3)  Cut the Watermelon
Wait... first, let me recommend you wash your watermelon.
Now, lay your watermelon as shown in the first image and decide which end would make a better shark head.  I opted for the left side with the less rounded curve to it.  Slice off the other end at a slight angle (not too much).

Next, rest your watermelon on it's cut side, and decided where you would like the shark mouth.  Make sure here that you are adding about an inch or so for the teeth you will be cutting out of the rind.  Here, I have cut my shark mouth wedge.  (Make sure to save your wedge for the shark fin!)

Next, with a small knife, carefully score around your shark mouth, only about 2-3 millimeters deep.  This will help you to peal off the rind down to your cut so you can begin to form the teeth.
Can you see my score lines above?

Again, with a small knife, carefully cut away the green rind down to your score lines around the mouth.

4)  Remove the Good Stuff
... and SET IT ASIDE!  We'll be using that in a bit.
I chose to use a melon baller here, but you may choose to take a knife and cut away all of the watermelon.  The melon baller obviously takes more time, but the little balls look so nice I think.

And here we are, with a pile of watermelon, quite a mess I have to say, but a clean shark.  I used a spoon to help scrap the extra melon from around the mouth opening.  It worked nicely.

5)  Cut the Teeth
But before you do that... I rinsed my shark once to get all the sticky off, and set it on some paper towels to help absorb the extra moisture.

Ok... Now this is where it starts to get fun!  Grab a small, sharp knife and cut your jaws as you see me doing below, on the top and bottom of your shark mouth.

6)  Add Gills & Eyes
I used a small knife to cut into the rind (careful not to cut all the way through) to make an eye and the lines for the gills behind the mouth.
Who's mouth is bigger?  Wesley's or the sharks?

I broke a toothpick in half and used that to attach a blueberry to the center of each eye.

And we have an eye!

7)  Add a Fin
Take the wedge you cut to form the shark mouth to make your fin.  Below you will see how I cut my wedge to get a nice triangle fin.

Then I removed the watermelon from the other side.  I placed the fin up to the shark and realized I needed to cut a bit of a curve on the bottom side to have it fit nicely.  You may need to do the same.

To attach the fin, I placed a couple of toothpicks into the shark and pushed the fin into place.

8)  Finishing Your Shark Attack Snack
Transfer your shark to your tray, if you haven't already.
Fill your shark mouth with your reserved watermelon chunks or melon balls.

Next, cut your Jell-O Jigglers into bit-sized pieces, and arrange them around your shark on the tray.

Finish it off by adding some candy fish to the shark's mouth and the ocean water around him.  I didn't do this, but thought some whip cream would even be a fun touch.  Messy, but fun.  :)


And here's your finished snack.
Sure you get a scream at social gatherings this summer!  I think this is a MUST for any summer picnic, don't you?


Watch out for the teeth!

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142 comments:

  1. Okay, that is absolutely the COOLEST thing ever! I'd seen it on Pinterest, but you showing me that it wasn't that tough to do just sealed the deal ~ I MUST make one this summer!

    Laura @ Come Together Kids

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  2. Totally LOVE your version! My son thought this was the best thing ever! :)
    The link for the other picture is here http://www.watermelon.org/Carvings/Carvings-Entertainment.aspx
    There are a bunch of other cool carvings as well!

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  3. This will be perfect for our beach themed birthday party this July!

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  4. fantastic!!!! love the step by step too!!!

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  5. This is totally amazing! LOVE it!!

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  6. What a fun idea! Will definitely have to try this at our next kid's party...love it!

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  7. Thanks so much everyone! I know Charlotte's class will love this. Can't wait to share it tomorrow :)

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  8. Oh my oh my oh my oh my! This is so fun! I adore it!!!! We will so have to make one this summer!!

    Thank you so much for linking to Kids Get Crafty!! Very inspiring! :-)

    Maggy

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  9. Love your take on this! The jello is a great addition!

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  10. OMG! This is the cutest shark I've ever seen! I love it! Thanks for sharing, I pinned it.
    Tal

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  11. This is fabulous. It is our first day of winter here in Australia, but this is one for our Summer Bucker List later in the year.

    Thank you for supplying your easy to follow direction.

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  12. Popping over from Kids Get Crafty.

    This is just fabulous. I know you said it was simple to make but I am still seriously impressed. How cool would this be at a little person's birthday party??? It's wonderful….hmmm still another 10 months until my boy's birthday….think I might have to bookmark it :)

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  13. ok this is pretty much the coolest thing ever! so cute and it came out PERFECT :)

    Jackie
    http://jaclyndesigns.blogspot.com/

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  14. This is freaking AWESOME!!!!!!!!!

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  15. I love this! Thanks so much for sharing.

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  16. I once made a whale out of a watermelon for a party, but this is too cute! It has a great "snack if you dare" quality about it! Thanks for sharing! I can't wait to try it!

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  17. Thanks for your notes everyone! I just got back from delivering it to my daughter's 2nd grade class. The kids went crazy over it. I guess it's a hit!

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  18. This is AWESOME!!!! Great job!

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  19. Too cute!! But it's one of those foods that are so fun that you don't want to eat it! Thanks for sharing!

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  20. I love it! Saw you on Someday crafts. I am a new follower with gfc too. I would love for you to follow back. I shared how to make a beautiful earth friendly scrap fabric bottle cap flower necklace that takes 10 minutes and is so pretty on Someday crafts. You can find me at
    http://www.bacontimewiththehungryhypo.blogspot.com/
    If you do enter my give away too!

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  21. This is too funny and too cute!!! I love it! :)

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  22. I lOVE it... what a fun project & eating fun with kids! We'd love for you to come link up at THIS WEEK'S CRAVINGS "BBQ Ideas". Please come on over and share this cute thing!

    http://momscrazycooking.blogspot.com/2011/05/this-weeks-cravings-linky-party-31.html

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  23. Saw this at Someday Crafts, had to come and tell you how absolutely awesome it is! I'd love it if you'd link it up to my TGIF party this Friday. You'll find it at www.wmcraftgoodies.blogspot.com

    Seriously-so cool!

    Wendy

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  24. Omg! I'm going to go buy a watermelon just to do this. I loooove this, thanks fir sharing the how to!

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  25. That is so darn cute!!!!!!!!!! I want a watermelon NOW!!!!!

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  26. What an awesome idea for a summer party! I'd love for you to share it at my link party. I am going to pin this for sure, thanks for sharing!

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  27. I'm so glad that you posted this!! Little J wants a shark themed birthday and this is so cute. I'll have to try it!

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  28. Excellent! Thanks for the tute, we definitely have to try this during summer!

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  29. OMG! This is awesome. I am going to make this for our big Swim Team party at the end of the season. I like your's better then the National Watermelon picture.

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  30. Fabulous!!
    Absolutely adorable top!
    Would you be willing to share this at our weekly Playdate link party here: http://beneaththerowantree.blogspot.com/2011/05/playdate-link-party-everyone-welcome.html ?

    Cheers,
    Lori
    http://beneaththerowantree.com
    Come & Play!

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  31. ohmygoodness. This is so cool. I love the jello water too...good call. I can't wait to try this the next time we have some kiddos over!!!! Thank you for sharing.

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  32. We have a family tradition of watching "Jaws" at the beginning of every Summer. I am making this for the annual viewing next week! Thanks for sharing how easy it is to make!

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  33. Wow! This looks great! It's perfect for any gathering this Summer. You did a wonderful job on the tutorial. I'm going to have to try it!

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  35. Brilliant! My son loves sharks and watermelon. This is sure to be a hit in our home.

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  36. SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO awesome!!!! LOVE IT

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  37. Oh my I just love it! I have to make it for my daughter's birthday party!

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  38. Hi, I just landed here from Paisley Passions Wandering Wednesday blog hop. I'm a brand new follower.

    That's a super cool project. I might just be brave enough to try it. ;)

    Bella Vida by Letty
    Have a great day.

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  39. I LOVE IT!! What fun. simple + awesome = mom's best friend!

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  40. Hey I host a blog hop and I'd LOVE if you came over and shared a recipe! Here's the link :) http://thesweetdetail.blogspot.com/search/label/Savory%20Sunday

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  41. That's just the cutest thing I've seen in a long time! I'm sure the kids loved it:@)

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  42. ADORABLE! I bet any kid does love this! Thanks for linking this up as well.

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  43. That is awesome!

    Jo @ SmileMonsters

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  44. I love this...I featured it on my blog today! Happy Friday. I'm a new follower.

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  45. This would be perfect my daughter's birthday party! She is having a pirate theme!

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  46. Hi! Visiting from Fun for Kids Friday. I'm defiantly going to try this! My girls have been very fascinated by sharks these days, they would love this! :-)

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  47. LOL! We're growing watermelons this year. Just wait until Sexy Nerd sees this :)

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  48. Once again--an amazing post with such cute and creative ideas! My sons will love the shark watermelon. We have been eating watermelon like it is going out of style. :) I shared your blog and post on my Friday Favorites list again. I hope readers are popping over here and seeing what a creative and fun blog you have!

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  49. This is so cool. JDaniel would be thrilled to eat out of shark's jaws.

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  50. this is AMAZING. my son is insisting that i make this!

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  51. oh my gosh - i have a friend that's doing a jaws birthday pool party this summer - can't wait to share with her - she'll love this idea. Great job!!

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  52. Okay, that is so freaking cute. Wow. Brilliant! This is one of the cutest food creations I have seen in a long time, LOL.

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  53. That's the cutest thing ever! I'm SO gonna make one for 4th of July. My grandsons will love it!!!!

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  54. This is adorable! I love it!

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  55. Hi Rachel,
    I found you while doing research today.
    I can't wait to make this for my grandson's birthday July 7th.
    You will make his party a huge hit I am sure.

    I also have a Blog and a section with fun recipes for "cookin' with kids"
    http://www.teachwithme.com/getting-to-the-core
    Thanks so much for sharing!

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  56. This is so striking and so incredible and creative! A Big Wow!

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  57. this is great and lots of fun!
    great job!

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  58. OMG! This is the cutest thing ever!! Wow!
    I would love it if you shared this with my readers at my linky party @ {nifty thrifty sunday}!!
    xoxo from Germany,
    Vanessa

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  59. My son will love this
    Thank you
    KAT

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  60. Thanks for another great idea! I always love stopping by and seeing what you have in store because you have the cutest ideas.

    I had to share it on my Shout Out Sunday post today! I'll be back to check out more of your great ideas.

    http://kimskandykreations.blogspot.com/2011/06/shout-out-sunday.html

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  61. Love, Love, Love this! My son would think this is the bomb! I am featuring this at somedaycrafts.blogspot.com.

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  62. Oh' Rachel, you are just too cool. I would have never thought I could have done this and even though I probably won't you just made me realize it is do-able. And girl, yours came out so much cuter than the inspiration one. I love your colors. P-E-R-F-E-C-T!!!

    Hugs...Tracy :)

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  63. Super job! Love the shark!
    Thanks for linking up to Making It With Allie! I can't wait to see what you have for next week!
    AllieMakes.Blogspot.com

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  64. Thanks for sharing this at our Playdate!
    you have been featured in this week's edition!

    Cheers,
    Lori
    Come & Play at www.beneaththerowantree.com

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  65. ok, yes, i definitely think you are the coolest mom! that is amazing and i think i could do it too, maybe for our forth of july party! thank you so much for a great tutorial!!!

    love it!

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  66. I love it! Last year I made a car out of or melon for my sons birthday. I am going to store this idea for this year!!! Come on over this week and link to my Tasty Tuesday party! http://nap-timecreations.blogspot.com/

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  67. I absolutely love this!


    Would love for you to share at Calling All Crafters!
    http://allthingsfee.blogspot.com/2011/06/calling-all-crafters.html

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  68. Coolest melon I've ever seen! You did a really great job there, thanks for the inspiration, I'll have to try this! :)

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  69. So freaking adorable! Love it.

    - Michelle
    @ The Adirondack Chick

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  70. That is amazing! :) I am totally a follower now! hehe :)

    found you through Sumo today...

    -T

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  71. I think this may be the perfect dish to take to a family cookout this weekend! Thanks for sharing!

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  72. Well... you have lots of comments on this one, but I had to add that this is seriously cool!
    Visiting from Inspire Me Monday.
    ~Kimberlee
    {Accuquilt Giveaway closes 6/7} 

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  73. Well, isn't that just as cute as can be?! I love it! Thanks for linking up! www.delightfulcountrycookin.com

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  74. This is so awesome! Our kids are on a SHARKS swim team. I am going to see if I can make this for our awards night at the end of the season! Thank you so much! I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your blog!

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  75. What a great idea for a pool party! Love it.

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  76. Awesomeness!!! Those teeth look tricky to carve. Great job! My 5-yr-old would love this!!

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  77. So Cute! I found your blog through a link party and LOVE it! I am your newest follower and would love it if you would check out my blog and follow me too! Thanks!
    ~Alisa
    sweetpeasandbb.blogspot.com

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  78. Love this! Wish I had seen it before my son's pirate party! We did Swedish fish suspended in blue jello and watermelon halves filled with fruit, but this is the perfect combination of all those ingredients! Thanks for sharing :-)

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  79. Thanks for linking to THIS WEEK'S CRAVINGS, next week is Father's Day Favortie Recipes, hope to see you linking up again!

    http://momscrazycooking.blogspot.com/search/label/THIS%20WEEKS%20CRAVINGS

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  80. I can just imagine how much fun my cousin the king of watermellon creations would love this come see me at http://shopannies.blogspot.com and see what I shared

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  81. That is just brilliant! I'm so using this for my next party! Thanks for the inspiration!

    I would love if you came over and linked this project to my weekly Round Tuit party at:
    http://jembellish.blogspot.com/
    Have a great week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success

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  82. Hi there. I drop by your blog every now and again becasue of you fun things for kids. this is GREAT. My kids made a watermelon house the other day and so I totally appreciated this post. If you have a minute you can check out of watermelon creation..
    http://bloggingthemoments.blogspot.com/2011/05/silly-snack-saturday-extravaganza.html

    have a great week and look forward to your fun posts. :)

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  83. I can't wait to try this! Absolutely adorable! Thanks so much for sharing.
    jandmseyecandy.blogspot.com

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  84. oh my gosh, best thing ever! the PERFECT thing to bring to our fmaily's luau this year!

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  85. My four year old is standing by me and saw this and said...."oh....my....dosh"!!!! (oh my gosh!) I guess that means this is going on the list of summer projects! Thanks!!! LOVE IT!

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  86. Shut up! This is simply amazing and wicked awesome all at the same time! Found you through One Pretty Thing, can not wait to see what other fun things I find on your blog :)

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  87. Seriously, the most amazing summertime treat I've EVER seen...I adore this! I'm bookmarking it and I just shared in on my facebook...https://www.facebook.com/pages/Midwestern-Sewing-Girl/148542325218346

    Thank you so much for the inspiration!

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  88. SOOOO cool! Our readers at Dimpleprints would love this. I'd love to see you link this up to our Monday Link Up...www.dimpleprints.com

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  89. This is amazing! You are featured today at http://www.craftbuds.com/fresh-picks-for-wednesday-6-8-11/

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  90. This is so cute! I featured it on hoo's got talent! thanks for linking up to the party!

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  91. I featured this on The Executive Mom today...absolutely LOVE it!
    http://www.theexecmom.com

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  92. OH MY GOSH!!!! This is adorable! I'd LOVE for you to link up at DIY Thrifty Thursday @ www.thrifty101.blogspot.com
    This is such a cute idea, I'm Pinning it right now!
    Michelle
    Thrifty 101

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  93. this is so stinkin' adorable.

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  94. Hey Rachel! I LOVE this tutorial, I'm totally trying it out for my son's 2nd birthday party next week! THANK YOU for sharing! I'm the newest follower on your blog, I'm visiting from Sugar and Dots! I saw your link up there! You can find me here:
    http://onestopbabygifts.blogspot.com

    Cheers!
    Lilli

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  95. So cute! Thank you, I will try this for sure

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  96. LOVE this! I'm featuring it on Sunday on KIS

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  97. Awesome! My daughter would love this!

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  98. This is so stinkin' cute!! I saw it on I Am Momma.

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  99. Adorable! I am sooo doing this for my kids!!! thanks for sharing!

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  100. This is fantastic! Saw this on Pinterest earlier in the week and I'm actually going to try and make it today for my son's 5th birthday party--it's also a pool party! : ) Thanks for posting!

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  101. Rachel, Your shark is absolutely amazing! The jello tops it off - fantastic job...I.Love.This. Thanks so much for linking to the Sunday Showcase Party. I am a little behind commenting - but I have featured this last week. Hope you are having a wonderful weekend ~ Stephanie Lynn

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  102. That is the cutest thing ever!! :-) I love it! I'd love for you to come and link this up to our Wicked Awesome Wed. party this week, if you get a chance. I'm going to pin this to my Pinterest page.

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  103. I used this in my sons first birthday party. It was a penguin theme so it fit in perfectly. Check out the pics! http://craftsbyholly.blogspot.com/2011/06/penguin-party.html

    Thanks for the idea!

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  104. So So Cute And Clever! I Will Share! A very fun project to make with the kids over the summer break!
    Sure Fit Slipcovers

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  105. This is great! I'm making this for our youngest's 12th birthday today!! Imagine a group of 12 and 13 year olds diving into this!! Thanks for the detailed instructions!!

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  106. Hey Rachel! I tried your shark watermelon I'll be putting pictures up soon! Thanks for sharing ;) I referenced your tutorial too ;) Thank you soo much!

    Lilli

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  107. Hi, friend! I'm admiring all your creativity here. Can you please share them with us at the Creative Bloggers' Party & Hop. Hope to see you there at the party :)

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  108. This is such a cute idea. I bet all the cool kids love hanging out at your house!

    Cheers,
    Tracy Screaming Sardine

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  109. This is awesome!!! I just gave your link to the
    Camp Leaders at CNIB in Muskoka and guess what they'll be making next week! Thanks so much for the post!

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  110. W.O.W. thanks for showing how easy it really is! I can't wait to try it!
    xoxo
    amy

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  111. This is so awesome !!!!! Great idea

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  112. I have 3 boys at home that are going to love this! Guess what I'm bringing to all the BBQ invites this summer.

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  113. Thank you for this idea! My boyfriend and I made one for a 4th of July celebration (filled with red, white, and blue treats).

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  114. This is such a great idea! It was so easy and my kids LOVED it when I made it for them. You can see how ours turned out on my blog. http://ahouseof.blogspot.com/2011/07/food-fun.html

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  115. Thanks for the great tutorial!! Heres mine http://www.flickr.com/photos/laceylady/5991630144/in/photostream
    It was a BIG hit at the bbq.

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  116. Thank you for the tutorial, it acrossed my way just in the perfet moment, as yesterday it was my daughter birthday party and Hawaii was the theme,so this watermelon shark was perfect! My husband did a nice job, following your tips and the watermelon shark caused a big sensation amongst small guests and their parents.
    Again: - thank you :)

    This is fantastic!

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  117. I just linked back to this awesome step by step guide in my post http://www.lifestylesofthestayathomemom.com/2012/04/watermelon-shark-bite.html
    Thanks so much for the inspiration Rachel!

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  118. Such a cute idea. Any idea how far in advance you can make this so that the watermelon and rind don't turn? My son's birthday party is Saturday and I'd love to be able to make this the day before.

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  119. So much fun! Thanks for sharing. It took me a long time, but my son and I both had fun watching the shark take shape!

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  120. AWESOME, what a nice idea and thanks for sharing a step by step guide. I hope that I can make one on my own :)

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  121. SWEET! Great idea for a Jimmy Buffet party:)

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  122. I made this today for my sister's baby shower... it was the big hit of the show! What a conversation piece. and so fun to make. thanks so much. :)

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  123. Thanks ever so much for your wonderful directions on how to make this shark watermellon...I am a grandma and dont do many creative things....but I tried this and between my husband and I we managed to make it, and had fun doing it...it is going to a potluck memorial for a family who just lost their dad to a long bout of cancer..their daughter is only 12 so we thought maybe this would bring a little smile to her, as they go through this try ing time..
    thanks so much......

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  124. Thank you so much! I found your watermelon shark on Pinterest after a friend made one for her son's birthday party. Your instructions were fantastic! My husband works in youth ministry, and we had our first club of the year tonight. It was so fun to have such a cool desert to end their BBQ!

    Jessica

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  125. I just saw that you live in China and had to comment! My husband and I lived and taught in Langfang (near Beijing) for 2 years from 2007-2009. We came back a month before our oldest daughter was born. I'm sure we'll go back someday. We love the country and the people very much. :)

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  126. That's the coolest fruit platter display ever!!!

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  127. This is amazing and soooo easy. I am making this for the centerpiece at my son's splash birthday party!! Thanks!!

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  128. I made this for my step-daughters birthday and the kids loved it!! I made it an hour before the party so we didn't have time for the jello, but she coloured the foil and the fish candy and gummy worms were a hit - the kids loved it!!

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  129. Thank you so much for this tutorial!!!! It so helped out with my son's pirate party. He soooo wanted a watermelon shark and I had never sculpted watermelon before. I gave you credit for the tutorial here: http://notyournormalsteam.wordpress.com/2013/09/23/arg-matey-its-a-pirate-party-part-3-grub-and-grog-food-and-drink-to-ye-landlubbers/

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  130. http://allthingsfee.blogspot.com/2011/06/calling-all-crafters.html. ReplyDelete ... kostuemmaenner.blogspot.de

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