Faces carved on watermelons can make a special decoration for a variety of celebrations.
Faces Carved on Watermelon for Wedding
Student/customer Ms. Jamen carved her sister and her fiance’s faces onto a watermelon that was then used as a fruit bowl and centerpiece for a fruit table. Unfortunately, the table with it’s beautiful carving display got knocked over before the bride had a chance to see it! It’s one of those frustrating wedding disasters that only become funny, later. 😉
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Here is my work at the wedding this past weekend.
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Fun fact: Someone made the fruit table fall before my sister could see it 🙁
YOU can make recognizable portraits carved on watermelons!
Just imagine how impressed your guests will be when they see YOUR carved watermelon faces! Find out how to carve faces on watermelons with our Portrait Carving Course. It gives full instructions on how to create patterns from photos. It also shows which photos will make good patterns and how to take photos that will make good patterns. And of course, it shows how to carve faces. Even though it looks difficult, YOU CAN do this once you see how.
This next watermelon face was carved by professional carver Aneta Lekas who is also a customer of our Portrait Carving Course. Look how recognizable her carving is, compared to the original photo!
Faces carved on watermelons can make great decorations for a birthday or for any occasion to honor a loved one.
Faces Carved on Watermelon for Wedding Anniversary
Professional carver and customer of our Portrait Course, Svetlana Partem created the following two watermelons carved with faces. She made them to celebrate her wedding anniversary.
To find out how to make faces carved on watermelons, check out our Portrait Carving Course by clicking here. You’ll be glad you did!
Oh, and you’ll love our Pattern Transfer materials that make carving faces and other graphic patterns faster and easier.