Oh Christmas Tree

I hastily took a photo on my phone during dessert the other night as I had a moment of “Oh, maybe people don’t know about these?” and boy was I surprised at the feedback. Many of you didn’t! How easy and fab are they? My very clever sister in law Jo trotted them out last Christmas and I was amazed how something so simple could be so fabulous and needless to say adored by the kids.

So. To impress the kids and guests at your next Christmas do take one piece of watermelon, cut into smaller triangles (usually one piece in half or thirds) and then cut two rectangles out of the core leaving a little tree stump behind. Snap!

  • http://mummainheels.com/ Melinda

    What a clever idea!
    My toddler loves watermelon but even more, loves anything with a ‘handle’.

    Thanks for sharing :)

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/16543791863884733714 Mum on the Run

    I love when something so simple can look a bit speccy (in my boy’s eyes anyway!)

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/00753028071925685075 LINDA from OEKE

    Too cool for school (-:
    I am SO doing these!!!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/13053358005135079908 Red Dalish

    Told my mummy girlfriends about these. Everyone very excited. Summery, cool & healthy. Win!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/13619088750025688774 melissa

    That is SO clever! We love watermelon so they would be perfect for on a christmas fruit platter. :D

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/10576986106653716208 Lizeylou

    Far out youre clever … I will be doing this for sure!!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/13151973819133926868 Mama of 2 boys

    Cute! I could probably go about sculpting a few… but they would last maybe 5 seconds flat with my gutsy boys. Maybe a platter display for Christmas would be the trick xo

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/10992540563706358499 Danielle

    LOVE IT!

    Sadly my kids don;t eat watermelon :P