Thursday, 16 December 2010

Apple Basket ~ Fruit n Veg Carving



A dainty little basket with lid  carved from an apple.Very simple yet beautiful, it makes an eye catching serving bowl for ice cream, fruit or chutneys or dips.



This carving was inspired and adapted from a u tube tutorial.To create a similar basket click here for the tutorial. To try other simple Fruit and Vegetable carving click here


Basket filled with vanilla ice cream and apple marmalade sauce.

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Submitting to:
Mindful Meanderings-artsy craftsy December 10

Artsy-Craftsy Challenge


Create n Carve ~ Fruit and Vegetable event by simply.food.

1st December 2010 - 31 st December 2010

30 comments:

  1. Wowww so cute and attractive apple basket..

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  2. Looks beautiful, Nice carving.

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  3. wow..simply fablous....v creative.....!

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  4. wow, Nayna, amazing dear, a wonderful job.

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  5. WOW!!! What a yummy basket!!!! I would savor the whole..... Excellent!!!! Hugs))))

    Ash....
    (http://hastkala-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  6. Very beautiful...Loved all your carvings. Great job

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  7. Wow, looks great...you are very artistic. I have seen other vegetables too, you cut them with care:)

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  8. I think I can try this one! Looks simple and easy..

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  9. Awesome..Hope you will give us a tutorial on fruit carving :-)

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  10. Very cute basket dear.You are so creative. I like that flower arrangement too:)

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  11. http://simplysensationalfood.blogspot.com/p/fruit-and-vegetable-carving-tutorials.html
    @Gulmohar
    Check this link for tutorials.

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  12. thats one tempting apple basket!....too good!

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  13. Grab U r the best blogger award :from my blog

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  14. beautiful basket
    can I send non veg to your event

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  15. Love all your carvings!! This looks brilliant.

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  16. Fruit carving looks like fun!

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