A few days ago I posted an article about carving a melon bunny fruit salad as well a several other fun ways to carve fruit bunnies for your Spring celebrations. Now I have some another great idea to share.
It’s fun for me to see how ideas progress. I send out ideas and photos come back to me with variations on that idea. It’s fun to see how creative people can be. They add their own twists, adaptations and come up with new ideas.
I’m going to show you how one fun melon bunny edible centerpiece was created as a result of combining a few different ideas.
Melon Bunny Bouquet Centerpiece Evolved from Several Ideas
Let me show you the progression of ideas in photos. It starts with the free radish bouquet that I teach in the my free lesson. You can get the free lesson by signing in at the top of this page.
Below, you can see how Najlaa took the same techniques taught in the radish bouquet lessons and used them with fruits to make this lovely fruit arrangement.
Najlaa then applied the same idea using other vegetables in addition to radishes.
That is one set of ideas.
The other idea was a melon bunny fruit salad idea that I teach. If you are a regular reader of my blog then you’ve seen it. It looks like this.
Phung Nguyen took this idea and made her own melon bunny fruit bowl that looked like this.
Then, Phung has took the fruit arrangement ideas that originated with the free radish bouquet lesson and combined it with the melon bunny lesson to come up with her own melon bunny arrangement. Here it is.
Finished Melon Bunny Arrangement
Phung added her own twist by using a radish for the nose. and she added some larger pieces – apples and oranges cut in zig-zag patterns that are placed at the base in the foreground of this photo.
I just had to share this idea with you. It’s pretty and it’s timely, too. This perfect melon bunny centerpiece is perfect for Easter brunch or any other Spring celebration.
Share Your Melon Bunny Ideas
If you carve up a melon bunny or other pretty fruit bouquet and want to share your idea, please send my your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org. I will look forward to seeing your Spring ideas and melon bunny pictures.