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Jesus watermelon carving by Feliciano Moreno

Religious and Secular Easter Carvings

Easter is often celebrated in two ways. The religious and the secular. Here are carvings that two different student/customers made to celebrate Easter. Religious Fruit Carvings Julio DiFilippo made this melon carving depicting Jesus of Nazareth as part of his lovely fruit tray. It’s certainly a reminder of the reason for Easter. Kentrina Jones carved […]

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Wilma Silva with New Year's Eve watermelon carving

Christmas and New Year’s Carvings

I realize that the holidays have already passed when I published this post. But better late than never, right? I wanted to show off some Christmas and New Year’s Carvings created by a few of my customer/students over the holidays. Maybe these ideas will serve you for next holiday season. Imagine how delighted your friends […]

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Carved Vegetable Candle Arrangement

Carved Vegetable Candle Arrangement for Holiday Tables

Dress up your holiday table with a beautiful carved vegetable candle arrangement that you can make yourself. This pretty carved vegetable candle arrangement was made by student/customer Nandita Dasgupta. The orange, yellow and white colors are perfect for decorating your Thanksgiving table. You can change the colors to fit the occasion. White candles and greenery […]

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Easter lily watermelon carving

Easter Melon Carvings

Take a look at several beautiful Easter melon carvings that were made by a student and blog reader. These may give you some ideas for your next Easter carvings that will delight your friends and family. Isn’t this Easter lily melon bowl beautiful? It was created by Rose Flores who is a past student of my lessons. She […]

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Clown watermelon carving for Purim

Happy Purim

I stumbled across this watermelon carving photo that was created for Purim. It was sent to me by one of my students several years ago. I’ve since lost the info about who created this cute clown carving. It got me wondering about the meaning of the annual Jewish holiday of Purim. So I looked it […]

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