It’s always fun for me to see how various customer/students apply the skills that they have learned from my lessons. Even brand new beginning students come up with lovely carvings. And, it’s interesting to see how everyone comes up with their own unique carved fruit and vegetable displays.
Examples of carved fruit and vegetable displays by students of my video lessons are plentiful throughout my website. Here are some of the latest photos that student/customers have shared.
Students create fruit and vegetable carving displays that are a feast for the eyes.
The kiwi’s above have been carved using a v-cutter in the same manner as taught in my free radish bouquet lesson. You can can the free radish bouquet lesson by signing up for the free lesson near the top right hand of this page.
Trang is a student of most of my video lessons. You’ll find video lessons for many of the techniques shown in her photo in my 201 Course which picks up where the 101 Course leaves off.
Dear Nita, Last Tues. 7/29 we drove from Frederick, Maryland to Columbus, Ohio to attend the carving competition as a amateur. This is my first time & I got the second place. I’m so happy & I would like to let You know. We so appreciate what You have done to give us all the information & always encourage to love carving! Once again so thanks for your kindness . Sincerely, Trang Pham
Noradel applied many techniques that she learned from the 101 Course. She combined what she learned in several of the 101 Course video lessons to make her fruit and vegetable bouquet in the left foreground. Another fruit bouquet is in the background. The radish lotus lessons were used in the right background and the pepper dip servers are seen at the front center of the table. She added lots of other uncut fruit for color and texture.
The easy radish flowers pictured above are also taught in the 101 Course for Beginners.
First time carver has success with roses and radish flowers
Radish flower garnish bouquet decorates pasta platter
Carved fruit and vegetable displays feature several varieties of carved roses
Once you learn how to carve roses from watermelons in the 11th lesson of the 101 Course, you’ll be able to carve lovely roses like these from beets and turnips as Smita has done.
You’ll learn to carve roses in my Roses, Buds and Leaves video lessons which are lesson 11 of the Vegetable and Fruit Carving 101 Course for Beginners. You’ll learn to carve letters onto watermelons in my Carving Letters and Words video instructions. The small radishes in the center foreground are taught in my free radish bouquet lesson which you can get by signing in for the free lesson at the top right on this page.
Thank you to Jovilyn, Smita, Lino, Abiodun, Noradel and Trinh for sharing their photos with us. I know it’s encouraging, especially for beginners, to see what other create when learning to carve.
To the viewers of this post, I hope that you have gotten some ideas and inspiration to be to use creating your own carved fruit and vegetable displays.