- Wash your watermelon and pat dry.
- Cut one end of the watermelon so that it will sit flat on the surface, making sure to angle the watermelon to the frog is facing forward.
- With the dry erase marker, draw the frog’s mouth on the watermelon. Cut out, reserving the rind to carve the frog’s eyes and feet.
- Scoop out the flesh of the watermelon or use melon baller and reserve for fruit salad.
- Draw frog eyes and feet in the set aside rind (do we need a stencil?) and cut out with a paring knife.
- Insert toothpick into side of frog foot and directly into side of watermelon. Repeat on the other side.
- Place toothpick in bottom of rind eye and insert into top of watermelon. Repeat on the other side.
- Using the same technique with the toothpicks, insert into grapes and middle of frog eye. Repeat.
- Fill frog’s mouth with fruit salad.
- Curl a candy strip coming out of frog’s mouth and place with a toothpick for tongue.
- Garnish carving with simple decor (optional).