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I started out by cutting about a one inch slice of watermelon. I then placed my star cookie cutter in the flesh of the watermelon and pressed down. It popped out perfectly! Riley was sleeping while I made these, but the next time I will definitely have her help me because she’ll be able to use the cookie cutter with ease.
This honestly was one of the easiest things I’ve ever done. So perfect!
I then used bamboo sticks that are normally used for kabobs, which is what we use for our steak bites shish kabobs. I simply pierced two blueberries and then added a watermelon star. As an elementary school teacher, I’m all about patterns for Riley. I always seem to have an end game. I made sure not to pierce through the last star so it gave it a finished sparkler look. I love how they came out. They are perfect for any summer picnic.
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