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
Feliciano Moreno 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 the following pretty watermelon with prayerful hands.
You can learn to carve graphics onto watermelons in our video lessons, Carving Letters and Words.
Secular Fruit Carvings
Since Easter is often associated with new life and Spring, Customer/student Julio DiFilippo created these 2 cute bunnies and a tray of brightly colored carved vegetable flowers to decorate his Easter celebration.
The striped daisies are carved from read and white striped Chioggia beets. Aren’t they pretty? These daisies , that Julio also carved with white turnips, are taught in our video lessons, Amazing Carving with Jimmy Zhang. The yellow and red roses, are made from beets and are taught in our video lessons, Hearts and Roses. The red pepper flowers are taught in our Vegetable and Fruit 101 Course for Beginners. And, the little radish flowers with the yellow centers are taught in our free lesson. You can get this free lesson by signing up for the free lesson on this page. (If you are viewing this page on a computer screen, you’ll find the sign up form on the top right on this page. If you are looking using a phone, scroll down to find it.)
What will you be carving for your Easter gathering? If you are looking for ideas for more religious and secular Easter carvings, click here to see our archive of Easter carving blog posts.