In this article we are featuring some carvings and arrangements photos sent to us by 5 different student / customers of our Vegetable and Fruit Carving 101 Course for Beginners. It’s fun to see the different variations that each student made. We’ll start with the very simple and progress to the more complex carvings as we go down the page. Remember that these photos usually show the students first carvings and are not professional photos.
Vegetable Calla Lilies
Simple Watermelon Flower
Thank you so much for The Vegetable and Fruit Carving Course 101 that I have just finished. I really enjoy this carving training program. Your video lessons are simple. clear , easy to follow and excellent. I will refer this course to my friends and relatives and who love fruit carving.
Thanks again for all your effort, best work to make the 101 course valuable.
I wish your business keep growing and successful.
Anna Nguyen – Massachusetts
Yam and Turnip Flowers
Fun with Pepper Flowers
I spend most of my free time watching your lessons. I love them! I never
get bored and they are easy to follow.
– Weronika Tymich
Fanciful Leeks and Onions
The following are just a few of the first carvings of watermelon and honeydew roses by a couple of students.
You’ll find many more examples of student watermelons carved with roses all through my blog. Here are a few links below that you can click to view:
Would you like to learn how to make carvings like those shown in the arrangements by 101 Course students above?
All of the photos above were sent to us by students of our 101 Course. Almost all of the carvings that you see on this page are taught in our 101 Course for Beginners. Each student applied their own personal style. Just so that you know, there are additional lessons in the 101 Course that are not pictured above. You can get more details about our Vegetable and Fruit Carving 101 Course for Beginners by clicking here, or by clicking the big orange button below.
I hope that you have enjoyed seeing these carving arrangements by 101 Course students. Maybe their photos gave you ideas or will inspire you to give vegetable and fruit carving a try. A big thank you goes out to students, Anna Nguyen, Muskah Fedaie, Rama Vaddi, Weronica Tymich, Deborah Cheeseman and Ranjan Patel for sharing their photos. Happy Carving!