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Watermelon rind flower with fruit kabobs by Abby Veira

Watermelon rind flower with fruit kabobs by Abby Veira

A few photos of fruit Easter carvings have been sent to my by students and blog readers. I am sharing these photos here. Maybe you will get some ideas that you can use for your Easter carvings.

Actually, when you take away the Easter eggs, these carving ideas can be used any time of the year.

Easter Carvings – Bunnies

Student of my Vegetable and Fruit Carving 101 Lessons, Carol Cameron sent me this photo of the melon Easter bunnies that she carved. She wrote,

Hi Nita,
Just wanted to show you my Easter Bunny carvings.  I made one for each family of kids.  They all loved them.
Having fun,
Carol”
Easter Carvings - Melon bunnies by Carol Cameron

Melon bunnies by Carol Cameron

It looks like the kids were having fun with their melon Easter bunnies, too.

These easy to make bunny bowls are taught in my video lessons, Melon Bunny and Calla Lilies. It’s one of the lessons in my 101 Course and is also available as an individual DVD.

More Easter Carvings

Abigail Veira sent me the following photos of carvings that she made for Easter. Maybe they will give you some ideas for your next Easter Carvings.

Easter Watermelon Carving by Abby Viera

Easter Watermelon Carving by Abby Viera

 

Easter Watermelon Carving by Abby Viera

Easter bunny watermelon carving by Abby Veira

The watermelon flower was carved fro a watermelon rind. the next time you make a fruit salad or skewered fruit. Save some large sliced of the watermelon rind carve into a flower shape. It’s an easy way to decorate a fruit tray with something you would otherwise throw away. For very little effort and no extra cost, you can add pretty decorations to your fruit trays.

Watermelon flower with fruit kabobs by Abby Veira

Watermelon flower with fruit kabobs by Abby Veira

 

Watermelon Carving by Abby Veira

Watermelon Carving by Abby Veira

Take away the Easter eggs and these simple Easter carvings and fruit trays would be good for any time of year.

Thanks Abby and Carol for sharing your photos of your Easter Carvings.

If you want to share some of your spring time carvings, you can send them to me at photos at vegetablefruitcarving dot com.

Happy Carving.

I get lots of responses to my blog posts via email. Here is what one reader, Wijdan Traish, wrote in response to this article.

Hi, thank you for sharing the picture with me , I did the same thing with my grand children , with the honeydew also we make one with the grape fruit. The kids had so much fun.”

If you have something to say, please comment in the comments section below.

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3 Responses to More Easter Carvings

  1. mary joseph April 11, 2013 at 3:54 pm #

    I LOVE IT THANK YOU STILL I COULD USE IT FOR NEST YEAR

  2. mary joseph April 11, 2013 at 3:55 pm #

    THANK YOU

  3. mary joseph April 11, 2013 at 3:58 pm #

    WOW I LEARN SO MANY THINKS FROM YOU , U ARE VERY GOOD TEACHER

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