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watermelon!

June 24, 2011

We don’t know about you but watermelon is one of our favorite things about summer.

So why not some super cute watermelon shaped cookies?  See full DIY tutorial here.

Or ice cream cake?

Or plain ‘ole watermelon but cut into fun shapes?

Have a wonderful summer weekend, everyone!  We hope you enjoy some watermelon! : )

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watermelon on a stick | Hip Hip Hooray! on June 28, 2011:

[...] mentioned watermelon last week and came across this super easy but fun idea and wanted to [...]

The Fox and the Polar Bear on August 13, 2011:

Oh wow! They’re both pretty incredible. I think the middle cake is our favourite though!

Wit & Whistle » Blog Archive » Cookie Cutter Fruit Salad on May 23, 2012:

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Fourth of July Food Inspiration | Mrs. Fields Secrets on June 22, 2012:

[...] be fooled—these Snow Cone Cupcakes can withstand the heat. 4. A simple cookie cutter turns watermelon into the star of the party. (Forgive the pun.) 5. The varying sugar content makes these layered [...]

4th of July Guide: Creative Treats, Decor & Recipes! | cincysavers.com on June 28, 2012:

[...] Using a small star-shaped cookie cutter, turn watermelon or other types of fruit, patriotic. Image and idea courtesy of Hiphiphooray. [...]

Allison on June 28, 2012:

Hi there – adorable blog! I just tried to email you, but the email kept bouncing back to me.

I’d love to use the watermelon star photo in our food co-ops July e-newsletter and link to this post – could I have permission to do so?

Thanks and all the best!
Allison

4th of July Celebration Inspiration | | Fab Housewife on July 3, 2012:

[...] {via Anna Williams Photography and Hip Hip Hooray} [...]

stars and stripes, fourth of july {and a flood giveaway} | the handmade home on July 3, 2012:

[...] Perfect for a party: simple cookie cutters turn any ordinary watermelon into extraordinary fun. And I love the idea for this simple bag of candy as a party [...]

nameConnie on July 20, 2012:

I’m gonna borrow this idea for our Bible School refreshments. Our theme is “Space”. I can do them in watermelon and cantaloupe.

George on October 5, 2012:

Ooh such lovely ideas! Especially love the watermelon ones, defiantly given me some inspiration! so thank you! Have you tried watermelon cocktails?

Schokolade on November 20, 2012:

a great idea outdone, watermelon. i will make the next summer party also.

Louis on April 5, 2013:

Wouldn’t mind eating some good ole water melon right about now..

10 Fourth of July Party Food Ideas on March 5, 2014:

[...]  Chocolate Dipped Oreos Red, White and Blue Jello Salad  Watermelon Stars from Hip Hip Hooray!   Red, White & Blue Funfetti Sandwich Cookies from Two Peas & Their Pod [...]

Fourth of July Fruit on March 5, 2014:

[...] blueberries work perfectly together to make these patriotic fruit kabobs. Watermelon Stars @ Hip Hip Hooray! Kids seem to really love watermelon. Why not cut some into stars for the Fourth? All you need is a [...]

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5 easy Fourth of July recipes to celebrate your independence from the kitchen | Cool Mom Picks on June 29, 2014:

[...] doesn’t get any easier than these delightfully simple watermelon stars via Hip Hip Hooray. (Edited to add: the original source is Spearmint Baby.) Slice watermelon, [...]

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