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The Micro Trend: The Watermelon

For the past year, the pineapple has been boss of the fruit trends — pineapple shirts, pineapple night lights, pineapple ukeleles,pineapple pinatas, etc. You name it, it has been DIYed with a pineapple motif.

Lately, though the watermelon is getting its turn in the limelight.

watermelon

Here’s why the watermelon is great. One, it is easy to do (see above painting). A rounded out triangle, a swish of paint and some black dots and there it is. You have a watermelon slice. There is nothing more satisfying than a DIY you can’t screw up.

Here are some of my favorite projects from around the web.

All about this stamped doormat made from a sponge. Get the project here

Or how about this super cute umbrella from Studio DIY.

If you like to wear your DIYs and aren’t afraid of color try these.

A DIY for how to make a watermelon tote bag in French. But the pictures are pretty obvious.

And if you want to drink your watermelon, but a your watermelon cocktail in a watermelon keg.

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Fancy CandleSo if you are looking at this page, right now, on day one, you will notice that it is a mess. There’s just nothing pretty about it.

But don’t worry. I am basically giving myself a crash course in how to make things look pretty. We are talking a little bit of CSS coding, a refresher on copy right law and a heck of a lot of Pintrest.

In the meantime, isn’t this candle pretty? I finally got around to using a Williams & Sonoma gift card. It smells nice and clean too.

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