Mini Watermelon Bags

Yay, I have some fun news to share.  I have teamed up for another year as a 12 Months of Martha creative blogger!  I was so honored to be asked to join again.  Many of the posts I did with Martha Stewart last year were some of my very favorite projects.  So, I am quite excited to join in for another year of creativity using the ever amazing Martha Stewart craft supplies. Today I am kicking off the year with these adorable Mini Watermelon Bags.

They are great for spring, summer, outdoor parties or just for fun!

Easy to paint fruit bags! Learn how to create Mini Watermelon Bags! | Delineate Your Dwelling
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SUPPLIES:
Martha Acrylic Paints | Small Muslin Bags | Martha Paint Brushes

(My muslin bags were from Target’s dollar section, but the link above is a similar quality.)

Mini Watermelon Bag supplies
If you know me at all, you know I do not like rulers and precision… it cramps my artsy style.  If you are with me on that, then this is the quick project for you!  I am all about organic free handing and don’t stress if all your bags look a little different – it’s better that way!

First, I cut a paper plate to fit inside my muslin bags so the paint would not bleed through.  Then, I selected two shades of green paint and three shades of pink/coral paint.

I started with the outer green rind first.  Use your darker green shade first and paint a simple arc pattern.  Then come back in with the lighter green color next.  I shared this picture on Instagram.  Was anyone able to guess those green arcs would be turning into watermelons??

Follow the same concept for the fruit portion of the watermelon.  I started with my neon pink first, then a rosy pink color and the center (or corner of the bag) I used a gorgeous coral color.

After the paint had dried, I used a black permanent marker to draw on the watermelon seeds.

Mini Watermelon Bag steps

Mini Watermelon Bag
I love the cheerfulness of these Mini Watermelon bags… plus, they are sign of more warmer weather to come!

Mini Watermelon Bag heart
These would be so fun to pass out at your next outdoor barbecue as little party favors.

Mini Watermelon Bag

How to DIY these adorable Mini Watermelon Bags, Delineate Your Dwelling

How to DIY these adorable Mini Watermelon Bags, Delineate Your Dwelling
Interested in the other 12 Months of Martha projects I’ve done?
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Thank you to Martha Stewart for supplying the craft materials used on this project.  From the brushes to the paints, as you can imagine, Martha sells only the highest quality products and I love them!

If you are interested in all mini bags, you can check them out here!

Want to see all the other things you can paint on a bag?  Check it below.

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30 thoughts on “Mini Watermelon Bags

  1. They are so adorbs
    I will make them for gift ideas to my friends
    You are soo insperational
    Thank you thank you thank you

  2. I love them defintily gonna make them
    They are soo beatiful and creative
    Thank you for giving us such great ideas
    Oh yes i got a idea why dont you make watermelon flavoured lipbalm

  3. Love these! So cute and I love how the edges of the paint are imperfect! Also – can we talk about your paint tray? I feel like it needs to be framed!! I love how it looks.

    1. Always love seeing you stop by my blog! #girlcrush Ah, the paint tray… I’ve often thought of taking pictures of it to frame, glad to hear someone else out there agrees with me.

  4. Hi Amy! These watermelon bags are right up my alley too! I don’t like rulers either 😉 I enjoy more a more free spirited project! Pinned 😉

  5. I love these watermelon bags! They would be great to use as “wrapping paper” for jewelry or other small trinkets to give to friends or family. Super cute!

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