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Old 05-25-2014, 09:44 AM
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Default Baby Fruit Salad

This looks perfect to some summer party in the garden:




Supplies needed:
watermelon
cantaloupe
grapes
strawberries
toothpicks
pacifier
*ribbon, if needed
serving tray or covered cookie sheet



Cut watermelon in half but only 2/3 of the way down lengthwise as shown in the picture. Scoop out all of the melon and set aside to serve separately.



Cut a cantaloupe in half. Only used one half for the face. Clean off seeds and cut off peel. I used a 1/4 tsp. measuring spoon to core out eyes and hole for pacifier. Place toothpicks in eye sockets to secure grapes for eyes. Place pacifier in mouth hole and secure with toothpicks if needed to hold it up.

Place fruit head in watermelon bassinet and surround with fruit. I added a bow out of ribbon for a little extra decor. Put watermelon on serving tray or covered cookie sheet and surround with remaining fruit. I served the watermelon in a separate bowl to the side. Enjoy!!!!



Source: http://www.mandatorymooch.com/2012/06/baby-shower-fruit-bassinet.html
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That is spectacular.

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That is cute. I've always wanted to do one of these:


http://www.watermelon.org/carvings/Turtle-44.aspx
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Originally Posted by Saliha View Post
This looks perfect to some summer party in the garden:




Source: http://www.mandatorymooch.com/2012/06/baby-shower-fruit-bassinet.html
Looks like it would be perfect for a baby shower or baptism. Just change the baby colors.

Very cute.
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