Like many other watermelon sculptures, this project starts by cutting a slice off of one end so you have a nice flat base for your watermelon to sit on. Once you have that done, you need to cut the shape of the mouth out. This is the hardest part, in my opinion, as you need to shave off the green part of the rind so the white part shows through, and also cut out the shape of the teeth. Once you cross that hurdle, you are almost done and ready to stuff this guy full of delicious fruits.
This watermelon would look great on its own, but Warren went the extra mile and made up some blue jell-o to surround his shark. To add just a little bit extra, he threw in some candy fish to swim in that jell-o water which really completes the look.
This fun watermelon fruit bowl is great to stick out at your summer picnics. It’s full of refreshing fruits and is bound to bring a smile to your guests’ faces.