We’ve got many examples of Christmas fruit carvings through out this blog. Here is a variety of beautiful ideas created mostly by members of our video lessons. Perhaps one or more of these carving ideas will be just right for your Christmas celebrations.
This first Christmas carving arrangement was made by a customer/student Carolyn Clark.
Hi, Nita- thought I would share an arrangement I made for my garden club holiday luncheon – carved onions…everyone was amazed!
The addition of some Christmas tree clippings and holy berries to Carolyn’s carved onion flowers make this arrangement perfectly festive for Christmas. It’s beautiful, isn’t it?
Carolyn Clark is a member of my Vegetable and Fruit Carving 101 Course for Beginners. In a previous email to me she wrote,
I have enjoyed your videos and now have a new hobby!
Carolyn Clark, Hingham, MA
One of my customers Rose Flores sent in this lovely nativity scene watermelon. Rose has shared several carvings of hers with us over the years. Her carvings are always well thought out, well executed and creative.
You can learn to carve designs and letters onto watermelons in our video lessons Carving Letters and Words.and our Pattern Transfer Fabric makes it easier to carve complex patterns like this one by Rose.
I am living in Long Island-NY and I bought the 101 Course a couple of months ago. Thank you very much for the awesome and thorough job you did explaining on the DVDs each step that has to be done. 🙂
Mariano Orozco is a one of my favorite carvers when it comes to carving images and words onto watermelons. He has a lovely way of gently scraping away just enough rind to leave some areas of his carved patterns a nice medium to light green. His watermelon carvings always look so precise, clean and beautifully embellished.
Mariano Orozco is a professional carver who is a member of most of my video lessons. I always love to see what he comes up with next.
I enjoy seeing the creations of all of the members of my video lessons. If you are a member who has not yet shared photos, I’d love to see some of your creations.
This last Christmas carving was created by Heinz Albert. It’s yet another great Christmas carving idea.
Thank you to Heinz, Mariano, Mina, Rose and Carolyn for sharing their lovely Christmas fruit carvings.
I hope that their carvings have given you some great ideas that you can put to use.