Entries Accepted Now – Aug 4th. If you are a little shy of participating in a live competition, then this online watermelon carving competition put on by Watermelon.org may be the perfect place for you to enter your first competition. They are not looking just for super intricate, skilled carvings. They are also looking for […]
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Which tools are best for you depends on what it is that you want to do. The questions and answers below will help you to decide which tools are best for you. I’ve taken the guess work out of choosing tools because our online shop only carries tried and true tools. To see which tools […]
Surprise and delight your loved ones with impressive Watermelon Cakes – a healthy alternative to ordinary cakes.
In honor of National Bird Day, here are some bird carving designs in fruits and vegetables. January 5th is National Bird Day. It is celebrated by bird lovers through bird watching, studying birds and other bird related activities. So, why not create bird carvings? In the past, I’ve written a few blog posts featuring bird […]
In April, I wrote a post about upcoming fruit and vegetable carving competitions, which included the Plain City Heritage Days festival competition on May 19th. Well, I got a first hand account from one of my readers, Luis Rodriguez, who was a contestant in the Plain City fruit and vegetable carving event in May. This was Luis’ first carving competition! Here’s […]
Don’t Throw Away Your Watermelon Rinds! When you cut up a watermelon to serve, why not make something fun and decorative with the watermelon rind? The watermelon rind can be easily carved into a serving plate for fruit salad. In an earlier blog article I showed how to make a watermelon bowl. Why not make […]