o create: Slice a watermelon into three even pieces with a kitchen knife. Cut off the rinds and trim the slices into three different sizes. Stack the three pieces in size ascending order. Using the leftover watermelon, cut out star shapes with a cookie cutter, then place them on wooden sticks and insert into the top of the cake. Sprinklecoconut flakes onto each layer and top off by placing blueberries around the edges. Light up some festive candles(optional) and you got yourself another sparkler!
Fun to make a drink for the kids or the non alcohol drinks so everyone gets a pretty drink! This is a cute solution!
Tips: Start with the drink with the most sugar (cranberry juice or hawaiian punch), fill the glass 1/3 full. Then move on to the drink with a lower sugar content (G2). Pour this slowly and gently over the ice so that it does not disturb the cranberry juice, glass should now be 2/3 full. Finally, use the drink with the lowest sugar content (Sprite Zero) and pour the same way until glass is full.
For added decoration you can dip the rim in colored sugar(red or blue) before making the tri-colored concoction.
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