Monday, August 17, 2020

BBTB2; Watermelon

There's another new challenge theme at the Bitten By The Bug 2 site. It's perfect for the summer and it's WATERMELON. Since my granddaughter's birthday is in August, we decided to use it as her birthday theme.

I made these cute watermelon treat toppers using the Treat Toppers - Summer collection in Design Space. I pretzel stix treat bags which measure 2.5" across. I cut these toppers at 3" to have a little overhang.

I also designed a small cake topper too. Search "watermelon" in Design Space and create your own cake topper! This one is a Miss Kate’s Cuttable cut.

Lots of 3D adhesive to create interest. What you can’t see is the glitter on the seeds and part of the rind.

With COVID-19, she wasn't able to invite friends so she had a small pool party with all her favorite people - her parents, sister, grandparents, aunts & uncles!

What are you going to create with the watermelon challenge theme? Link up your project at BBTB2 so we can see.


  1. What a cute theme and I especially love that cake topper. I recently made one for a cousin’s baby’s first birthday and decided that all my birthday cakes will have on them from now on. This gives me more inspiration.

  2. Our birthday celebrations hzve certainly changed. All of your watermelon treats look yummy and the cake topper is lovely!

  3. Amazing! these treat are delightful! And the cake topper is perfect! She is so lucky to have such a crafty grand! You rock!


  4. what a great idea. Love your little treat bags. and the watermelon candy is everywhere this year. My granddaughter wants a pool party this year - I might have to make these.

  5. This is a cute theme for a summer birthday! Your treat bags and topper are super sweet! I know that your granddaughter must have loved her party!

  6. Great party theme! It's so different trying to celebrate anything right now....hard on kids. The watermelon treat bag toppers look so very cute!!!!! Perfect party decor!


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