Nothing screams summer quite like the refreshing, juicy bite of watermelon. But why settle for slices when you can transform this favorite fruit into something even more enchanting? Watermelon on a stick isn’t just a treat; it’s a magical experience perfect for any summer celebration.
Watermelon Star Wands: A Twinkle of Taste
Imagine holding a wand that not only sparkles with whimsy but also bursts with flavor. That’s the magic of the Watermelon star wand—a delightful twist on the classic way to enjoy this summer staple. Whether it’s adding a dash of charm to the 4th of July festivities, creating memorable moments at a fairytale gathering, bringing wizard parties to life, or simply enticing kids to delight in fun fruits, the star-shaped watermelon on a stick is your go-to party food this season.
Prepare to dazzle your guests and make eating fruit an enchanting experience. Grab some skewers, and let’s turn watermelons into stars!
Watermelon Star Wand
We love these watermelon star wands. There are so many creative ways to make fresh fruit kabobs. If you haven’t seen how daring this shark mouth carving is, it is a must-see for sure! Plus, these watermelon Christmas trees are fun for Christmas in July.
A Watermelon star wand is very easy to make, and here are the following items needed.
- Cutting board
- Cake Pop Sticks
- Black Grapes
- Star Cookie Cutter
Get ready to learn how to make a watermelon star wand with these easy steps!
- Cut the watermelon in half and then in slices.
- Take a star cookie cutter and make star cutouts of the watermelon.
- We added blueberries and black grapes to the cake stick. We choose to add six blueberries because they were smaller and four black grapes. After all, they were a little bigger, and that was the amount that could fit on our stick. 🙂
- Lastly, you will add the cutout star-shaped watermelon to the top of the cake stick, and this will become your magic watermelon wand.
This idea is so fun for a kid’s party, but even adults get a kick out of it too. I didn’t come up with this idea but was inspired by a birthday party I attended with fun-shaped watermelon wands.
If you look the idea up on Pinterest, you will find some really cool ideas that people have put together. For example, I saw fruit kabobs made out of grapes, strawberries, and watermelon and even fruit wands with cheese incorporated into them.
I hope you find a way to cut your fruit into fun shapes. Suppose you haven’t seen how to build a Mr. Potato head out of fruit. This is too cool for school!