Looking for some 4th of July watermelon carvings so that you can get some ideas for carving your own? We’d got some in this article as well as many more here on our blog.
We have so many creative fruit carvers that have learned how via our lessons. So many have grown to be amazing artists. Rose Flores is one of them. We have featured her on our blog several times over the years. She always comes up with great ideas and executes them so well. Here are a couple of her 4th of July watermelon carvings.
She colored parts of the rind red to make a more patriotic look.
Weronika Tymich created this 4th of July watermelon with a prize ribbon theme. Clever isn’t it?
Here’s a 4th of July watermelon carving using a blue ribbon theme. It was created by another customer/student Weronica Tymich. That’s a really cute idea isn’t it. I like the addition of star shaped fruit cut outs… and the green eyed cat. 😉
You can learn to carve graphics, like those shown above, in our video lessons Carving Letters and Words. You’ll find our Pattern Transfer Fabric super useful for carving letters and graphics on watermelons.
Patriotic 4th of July Watermelon Carvings Inspired by past Blog Posts
Rachel may have been inspired by the Star Spangled watermelon cake by Rose Flores. We featured Rose Flores’ cake on our blog in a previous year. You can view it by clicking here.
Our Vegetable and Fruit Carving 101 Course for Beginners teaches how to make firework -like flowers and vegetable bouquets.
Tyler’s Eagle carved watermelon may have been inspired by Pat O’Brien’s wonderful patriotic watermelon carvings that we featured on our blog. You can click here to see the many well done carvings that Pat made for a national TV show. You’ll get some great ideas there, too.
More Stars and Stripes Watermelon Carvings
Kellie White may also have gotten her stars-and-stripes bowl idea from Pat O’Brien. But, she added her own style to it.
To see how to make another variation of a bold stars and stripes watermelon bowl click here.
This last 4th of July watermelon carving was created by Eder Valle. It features a proud eagle along with stars and stripes. It might have been inspired by a carving in a precious post by Leshia Rainwater-Clark. You’ll find it as well as many other 4th of July watermelon carving ideas here.
This page as well as our archive of 4th of July watermelon carvings should give you plenty of ideas for your Independence Day Celebration. Maybe you be inspired by photos that you see here, or you have a completely original idea. Either way, your guests will think that you are amazing when you make carvings like these. And they’ll be right. Right?