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Watermelon Fry Boxes

 

Watermelon Fry Boxes | like-the-cheese.com for Silhouette

 

I’m kind of SUPER excited to jump on the watermelon train, with these adorable watermelon fry boxes. How cute would these be for a summer or HEY, a watermelon themed party (because who hasn’t seen those adorable watermelon themed parties floating around on Pinterest)? Fill these watermelon fry boxes up with mini watermelons and you’ve got yourself a cuteness overload.

 

 

To recreate these watermelon fry boxes, all that you need is some pink/green/black card stock, design ID #1200 and a glue stick.

  • Start by cutting the fry box from pink card stock.
  • Cut a duplicate of the BACK of the fry box, from green card stock.
  • Assemble the fry box with the help of your handy dandy glue stick.
  • I used design ID #29370 for the watermelon seeds, and cut those from black card stock.
  • Glue the watermelon seeds onto the front of the fry box.

 

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Brie Zacher

Hello, I'm Brie (like the cheese) and you can find me blogging over at like-the-cheese.com, a place where I can catalog my favorite projects and post anything I'm passionate about. My brain usually has way too many project tabs open at once, but I absolutely love doing anything that deals with DIY crafts, parties, yummy food, paper making, decor, design, and really good photography. I currently reside in Ogden, Utah and have been married for 5 years now to a good look'n hunk, whom I gave my number to at a bakery I used to work at (written on a PB&J sandwich). I also love Dr. Pepper and chocolate (insert flavor here) cupcakes.

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Products Used:

New Silhouette CAMEO®

Blade

CAMEO 12-inch cutting mat

spatula

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3 comments

  1. So cute, so perfect!

    1. Hey thanks Maritza.

  2. Love it! My kids would die for this; they love sour watermelon candies. Thanks for the inspiration!

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