Click through for tutorials to 10 fun watermelon crafts for summer! Party favors, soap, cards, and more! I love that these cute summer crafts are simple and great for moms to make. :)

10 Watermelon Craft Ideas

It’s summertime and the watermelon craft ideas are popping up everywhere. I’ve noticed that many of these tutorials are for watermelon crafts for preschoolers, but I think we grownups can get into the summer watermelon fun too!

I thought I’d put together a post of some of my favorites that I’ve had bookmarked. From homemade soap to tennis shoes to cute gift bags, there’s bound to be something for you to try. I love how the majority of these are super simple too—my kind of project!

10 Summertime Watermelon Craft Ideas to Try


This detailed tutorial from The Soap Queen teaches you how to make beautiful bars of watermelon soap. You’ll have enough for you and several friends.

Make a cute welcome home mat with this tutorial by Carrie Waller.

I have a set of wooden coasters that might be getting this watermelon makeover. What a great idea!

Make watermelon favors for your next summer party.

Sarah Hearts has a cute watermelon paper craft tutorial using office stickers. You can fill this tiny gift box with treats or secret messages.

Make a summery pair of watermelon tennis shoes. Perfect for a stroll down the boardwalk.

Need treat bags for a party? Delineate Your Dwelling will show you how to make these simple watermelon bags!

I made a watermelon tote bag a couple of years ago here on Little Girl Designs. And a watermelon note card too!

I couldn’t resist sharing these watermelon potholders because they would be perfect for summertime backyard BBQ!

Hope you all have a lovely {and creative} day!



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2 responses to “10 Watermelon Craft Ideas”

  1. Lex Avatar

    The kiddos love watermelon so I know that they would love all of these crafts! Really cool idea!

    1. Jennie Avatar

      Thanks, Lex! Hope you have a great day! 🙂

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