Saturday, August 6, 2011

Paper Plate Watermelon

In our house summer = watermelon.  I have to buy one every week for Eva and Daddy to devour.  Their love of the fruit inspired this craft.  All you need is a white paper plate, red, green and black paint and a Q-tip.  To start Eva painted the inside of the plate red and then the rim green.
When that dried, I bent one end of the Q-tip to make a seed stamp for dabbing in the black paint.
You could then cut it into wedges when it dries but Eva wanted to leave hers whole.

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