June 8, 2012

Watermelon Time...

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The weather is warm and it's the time of year when the perfect treat is a juicy slice of watermelon and a glass of iced tea.

I like slicing up my 'melon so that it's served in nice, small wedges that are easily eaten without getting too much on the rest of my face - or clothes, but

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 wouldn't a peacock, adorned with orange peel, olives and ferns make a gorgeous presentation?
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A friend sent me an email with these artful watermelon carvings and I was so amazed that I had to share them with you! Imagine placing this heartfully-carved 'melon in front of your sweetheart.

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I know I'd have a difficult time "defacing" this incredible tiger carving. It's as though the seeds were meant to be right up the center of his tongue! Stunning!

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I think this would be the sweetest way to end a family picnic...with a watermelon carved to show you care.

Have you ever tried to create a piece of art on your watermelons? I never have, and it's unlikely that I could ever carve anything this intricate, but I might enjoy trying my hand at something a little less elaborate. I promise that if I ever do, I'll be sure to take lots of pictures to share with you.

Have a great weekend, and don't forget to stop to enjoy the watermelons!
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laurajane said...

Wow,I've never seen anything like those,but I have to be honest Donna,I would rather cut it into small slices and eat .
Love Laura xxx

Sewing In CT said...

those photos are awesome -
i wouldn't know where to begin to eat that peacock though...
we like to cube ours and put it in a container in the fridge.

Michelle Palmer said...

Now I want to make watermelon art! These are amazing, Sweet Friend :)
Hope you have a wonderful weekend~

Minimiss said...

What amazing pieces of art. Truly too good to eat. Thanks for sharing the pics. I love watermelon.

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