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Watermelon Wizard Wands

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Zip zap zoom! These watermelon wizard wands are easy to make with children and are fun for a party or just to enjoy on a hot day.

Time: 15 minutes
Age: Any Age
Level: Easy

Materials
Watermelon
Star shaped cookie cutter
Strong non-bendy drinking straws or popsicle sticks



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Method
Cut the watermelon into thick slices. Ours were around 1.5 cm thick



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Punch out star shapes using the cookie cutter



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Even very little kids can enjoy this part




watermelon stars cookie cutter shape


Stick a straw into each watermelon star to make the wands



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Stick the wands into a deep slice of watermelon to display them until ready to eat

You will need to use quite strong straws which can hold the weight of the star without bending too much. If your straws are bending, try making a thinner star or smaller shape, or you could use wooden popsicle sticks.

Categories
#Under 5s
#5 to 10s
#Over 10s
#Any age
#Party food
#Magic
#Fun food
#Fruit
#Easy
#Watermelon
#Halloween
#Birthday party
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