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diy watermelon summer crafts

diy watermelon summer crafts

Watermelons just scream summer, and there’s nothing like adding a few watermelon decorations to your home to add a summery feel. Let’s make some watermelons for that summer mood in your house.

Make a super cute baby blanket inspired by watermelons – so summery! Your child’s nursery will be spiced up for the summer and will look happier. It only takes some sewing skills to make this blanket, and of course you can make an adult version too.

Accentuate the shelves in your home and add slices of fruit to them! Of course, I’m not talking about real fruit – these are wood accents. The pieces are painted to show strawberries and watermelons, but you can go for any fruit you like. Such a piece is suitable for both adults and children.

A foam watermelon note board is a simple back to school craft to decorate and display in the office, classroom, or home. It’s complete with watermelon seed tacks for a three-dimensional layer of fun. Do and hang it now and you’ll add cheers to your space.

Here is an affordable and creative way to add bold colors to your table this summer with a set of wooden watermelon coasters! Is there anything better than a watermelon coaster to put your cold drink outside on a sunny day? Sweeten wooden discs with a touch of color and a touch of glitter for the perfect table decoration in summer.

The good news is that there are still plenty of summer days left, which means you have plenty of days to enjoy juicy watermelons. Make a cool cross-stitch watermelon piece as a decoration or use it for a piece – cover the glass lid with it and it will add a nice accent. The project is cool and simple, you don’t need any special skills.

With summer in full swing, it’s time to update your home decor for the season! Take a wooden plaque and paint it with a cool watermelon sign. If your sign has a burlap hanging loop, you can use this or use a small piece of tape and some hot glue to attach a new loop to the top of the sign. Use it as a wreath, party decor, on your coat – wherever you need a little summer fun!

Summer is full of many barbecues, summer picnics and lots of outdoor dining. Make your table festive with coordinating table decor. Turn boring terracotta pots into cute watermelon utensil holders with the help of acrylic paint!

Nothing screams summer like watermelon! These huge decorative pieces for watermelons add a fun splash of color to your home and are easy to make with reclaimed wood. These watermelon slices fit comfortably on a fireplace mantle and go perfectly with the lemon and lime already on display.

This juicy alarm clock on the bedside table stands for fun mornings with fruit motifs – that’s exactly what we need in summer. All you have to do is take a green bordered alarm clock and add some watermelon printed or painted paper as a background. Voila!

This gorgeous tall watermelon planter is an amazing idea for summer and instantly add joy to the room. Make a wooden planter with slices on the sides and paint it as a watermelon. It’s a fun and beautiful idea to plant something interesting in!

Make a cool and fun watermelon pot holder out of batik fabric. It will take time, but it’s worth it. It’s a quilted piece so you don’t get burned. Enjoy cooking and other kitchen activities with such juicy and colorful pot holders!

Metallic decor is one of those trends that will never go out of style: brass, copper and silver accents can spice up any interior, from industrial to art deco. If you want to add a chic touch to your kitchen, go for a gorgeous metallic backsplash. Do you need ideas? Here you are!

Metal tiles

Metallic tiles make your kitchen chic and glamorous! You can choose from brass, copper and silver tiles. We strongly recommend choosing copper if it matches your kitchen color scheme as copper is on trend and looks classy. Tiles themselves can be hexagons, squares, or whatever you like. Remember, geometry is another hot trend. So why not rock geometallic tiles to kill two birds with one stone? For a more refined look, try pressed pewter tiles with a metallic finish. They look very noticeable because of the texture and pattern.

Other ideas

Metal sheets give your kitchen a sleek, modern look. These can be brass, copper, and stainless steel sheets, and you don't have to cover the entire wall - just rock one sheet. Rock drawer handles in the same color and finish for a nicer look. If you don't want tiles and are not sure how to make a metal backsplash without tiles, you can also make a metal backsplash out of penny tiles or real pennies - that would be cool!

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Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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