Watermelon bunting (+ template) // 3D fruit!

Hello! I’ve been working on some fruity gift-boxes for the new book. While I was putting the templates together I thought the watermelon design would make nice bunting!

Watermelon bunting by minieco

I have 10 days left to finish all the projects for my book. (Hurray! Phew! Eek!)

3D fruit by minieco

Hope you are all doing well.

Watermelon bunting by minieco

If you fancy making a watermelon garland you will find the template at the foot of the post.

3D fruit by minieco

Watermelon garland template: Click to download PDF

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Off topic: I have finally joined twitter (although I must be the quietest tweeter that walked the earth – however I am tweeting when I add a new post). I have also claimed my blog through bloglovin. I’ve only started using bloglovin today but it seems like a handy tool if you struggle to keep track of the blogs you like.

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38 thoughts on “Watermelon bunting (+ template) // 3D fruit!

  1. Wow, it is lovely, it is fresh and lovely, will we have the strawberry and the lemon pattern as well? I love to make a whole set.

    1. Hi Edna,

      The 3d fruit templates will only be available with the book. However, I do plan to do a ‘fruit salad’ version of the bunting featuring lots of different fruits!

  2. Where I can download the Orange and the Strawberry templates? I just see the Watermelon one… I want that orange >: plz

    1. Hi Maria,

      The book is just called ‘minieco’ and will be out in October. Stay tuned though…something fruity coming soon!

  3. Hi Kate1 Just wondering when your template for the ‘Celebrate’ banner from the book is being released? I’m absolutely desperate for it as my dad is 50 next week and your bunting/banner seems the perfect thing for it! Thanks for your fab stuff x x x x

  4. I’m a high school student and we’ve been tackling polyhedra in my Plane Geometry class—thank you so much for all of your tutorials! They’re all very helpful! I’ve been able to construct many polyhedra for our project. My classmates said the designs were cute!

  5. hi. I love all your crafts. its very beautiful. please, please, please I beg you please give me a copy of your book “minieco a craft book”. I want it.please. I would recommend every one your website. and suggest them to buy your books. I love your website a lot.

  6. Waow! I love it!
    I know how I’m decorating my classroom this month :)
    I really like the fact that it is colourful, appealing, recognizable (for kids of all ages), but yet not commercial at all.
    Absolutely adorable!
    Thank you so much for sharing your creativity. I’m looking forward to browsing through all your other great ideas.


  7. You really make it seem so easy together with your presentation but I too find this topic to be actually one thing which I feel I’d never understand.
    It seems too complex and extemely largte for me.
    I am having a look ahead to your next put up, I’ll attempt to get the hold of it!

  8. I love banners! I make a banner for every occasion and I make extras so that when I go to holiday parties, I have a hostess gift that they can hang up for the party. Every time I go to Thanksgiving dinner, I have a “Give Thanks” banner with me for the wonderful chef, since I can’t cook to save my life.

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