We recently published a post about carving logos onto watermelons. Today, I’ll share with you a few more photos of watermelons carved with logos. This time they are all carved with automotive industry logos, by Ric Testani. Ric is a customer of ours as well as a pro carver who does a lot of carving […]
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Have you ever wanted to carve watermelon roses? To a newcomer, fruit carving can seem daunting. Especially when you see lots of photos of carvings by experts and pros. Carving watermelon roses can be easier than it looks when you get good instructions. Today, I’ll be showing you watermelons carved with roses by students . […]
Since August 3rd is National Watermelon Day in the United States, I wanted to share some fresh and fun watermelon recipes with you. Even if you don’t live in the United States, you really don’t a special day to celebrate this delicious and versatile fruit. Watermelon is enjoyed and loved any day of the year, but […]
How does a medical office assistant end up with a vegetable and fruit carving business, get a chance to showcase her skills at a famous Riu hotel in the Dominican Republic and possibly on a television show? This inspiring story is about one of my vegetable and fruit carving students/customers, Aneta Lekas. If you follow my blog, […]
Watermelon carvings on The Bachelor? OK. I hate to admit it but I watched The Bachelor TV show last night. It’s kind of like watching a train wreck. I don’t really want to look but I can’t take my eyes off of it. It’s like eating junk food. I know it’s not good for me […]
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 […]
I’m working on my video of the month carving lessons. I’ll be starting with some easy beginner lessons and moving into more intermediate. As intricate as these carved melons look, they are not difficult to do if you are shown how….which is exactly what I’ll be doing in my upcoming lessons. Which of these melon […]
Here is a creative use of watermelon carving for the Christmas season. A Watermelon Santa. It was done by fruit carver Yenny Medalith Caldas Garcia.
Here are some great ideas to celebrate National Watermelon Day. Try making a watermelon lantern, watermelon hat. Or try cool treats like watermelon cocktails or frozen watermelon pops. You could even have a watermelon themed party complete with unusual watermelon curry and other unusual watermelon recipes.