I love to celebrate Spring by making one of my easiest fruit carvings – a melon bunny fruit basket. This is my favorite time of year because everything is fresh and blooming and it really does feel like a new beginning. Certain fruits start to come in season so it’s a great time to enjoy them […]
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I’ve received many e-mails and photos from students who have succeeded in carving their first watermelon rose. I thought you might like to see them. Earlier on my blog, I showed pictures of beautiful beet rose carvings by beginner students. Now, you can see the first melon rose carvings, too. You may have seen different […]
Honeydew carving can be easier than you think once you are shown how. Here are a couple of melon carvings that I’ll be teaching in videos in my upcoming Carving of the Month Club. Update: Since this blog post was written these Honeydew melon carving lessons are now available. Learn more about my Honeydew Carving […]
Here are a couple of honeydew melon carvings that I’ll be teaching in videos in my upcoming Carving of the Month Club. These two honeydew flowers were the two most requested melon carving designs of the photos that I posted in a previous blog post where I asked readers to vote for their favorite melons […]
I’m excited to announce that my new DVD “Carving Watermelons – Roses, Buds and Leaves” is now available in my shop. It is a great introduction to Thai style watermelon carving. But don’t let the title fool you, is this video lesson you will also learn rose patterns that you can also carve into other […]
Here is one way that of my customers has improvised with beautiful results. In my Hearts and Roses video lessons, I show how to make swans from apples. One of my customers, Al Kitchen in Arizona, used the same design concept to create a beautiful swans from honeydew melon.