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Steps to Complete
Start by taping placing a strip of tape about 1" up from the bottom of the tins using the blue painters tape.
Paint the tin above the tape with pink. Or red or yellow, or whatever color you want your watermelon to be! Also paint the lid.
Move the tape down about a 1/4" of an inch and paint the section between the tape and the painted pink white, for the watermelon rind.
Remove the tape and paint the bottom section of the tin in lime green. Once dry, use a #4 paint brush to paint little squiggles with dark green paint, as pictured below.
Use a #4 paint brush with black acrylic paint to paint "seeds" onto your melon. They're basically raindrop shaped, with the pointy end up.