One of the things we look forward to most come summertime are visits to our local beach. Lying back on a towel with our toes in the warm sand and the sound of waves in the background is pure bliss.
But once we head to the water for a dip and emerge from the ocean to stroll back to our towels, we often find ourselves looking around in confusion because our little bundle of belongings looks just like every other bundle on the beach! Continue Reading
These watermelon creations from watermelon.org take the concept of the watermelon basket to a whole new level! With forty designs to choose from (plus detailed instructions) there’s something for every occasion!
It’s always marvelous to see what can be created with a bit o’ produce and a knife. This autumn, besides all the brilliant jack-o-lanterns (which are created, after all, with produce and a knife), the watermelon brain joins the flanks nicely. Click here for a full how-to from Scoochmaroo.
Summer feels like a long way off, which makes this watermelon tap even more appealing! You probably have most of the supplies you’ll need to make one on hand, with the exception of a few things more familiar to plumbers rather than Martha-wanna-be’s. But I digress.
What you need:
10-pound seedless watermelon
Drill with a 1/2-inch drill bit
3/4-inch ball-valve faucet with a handle that's easy to turn with one hand
PVC-to-faucet adapter that will screw into the back of the faucet