How To Carve A Watermelon Baby Carriage

If you have a Baby Shower coming up, a Watermelon Baby Carriage is a super cute addition to your table and it’s so easy!
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Today we’re sharing a how to carve a watermelon into a baby carriage video and you will not want to miss it. This post has been hugely popular, especially for baby showers.

You are guaranteed to love the results and to say it will be the talking point of your table, is an understatement. We have also included lots of cute versions to give you plenty of added inspiration.

image via Pampers

Watermelon Baby Carriage Ingredients

via Pampers

  • Watermelon
  • 1 Orange
  • One Cantaloupe
  • 1 Cluster of Grapes
  • 1 Lime
  • One Cup of Raspberries
  • Assorted Fruits

via Elizabeth Cooper/Pinterest

You Also Need

  • 1 Pacifier
  • Box of Toothpicks
  • 2 Large Rubber Bands
  • Spoon
  • Sharp Knife
  • Melon Baller

How To Make Watermelon Baby Carriage Video

via Pampers

Are you ready to learn how to carve a watermelon baby carriage?  We have included this excellent video tutorial from Pampers and they use a canteloupe for the baby’s face but you can use an orange too.

They have used grapes for the eyes and orange slices for the wheels. To see how to make your own, click Play above ^

via Melanie Harris/Pinterest

Watermelon Carriage Examples

This Watermelon Baby Carriage is made by Melanie Harris and we love the petal-like detail that she has carved around the pram opening. This is such a pretty touch.

As you can see from the photo, the baby carriage is made using the watermelon and the baby is surrounded by an assortment of chopped fruits like pineapple, strawberries, and watermelon pieces in the stroller.

image via HWTM

Twin Girls Baby Carriage

via HWTM

We found this super cute twin baby girls baby carriage for a ‘better together’ baby shower on HWTM where Jenn has featured the party details.

via Grandparents plus

Over on Grandparents Plus we found this other super cute way to do a twin baby display, this version uses one pram and the babies have hair.

via Jennifer Faris

We love the way that Jennifer Faris has presented her baby carriage on a silver platter complete with colorful grapes and fruit. She has not included a baby in her stroller but filled with fruit.

You can find the full printable instructions on the Pampers here.

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