Tuesday, 7 June 2011

Water Melon Rose ~ Create n Carve Fruit and Vegetables.

Watermelons carvings make wonderful  centre pieces  for a dessert table or a centre piece as a table decoration for a dinner party.
My 1st attempt at carving arose from a watermelon.

This video shows simple way to carve roses on to a watermelon. The video shows multiple roses .I only attempted to carve a single rose as the watermelon I used was quite small.

You can get ideas of how to carve  roses from watching this video, although the video  is showing a melon carving the basic principle is the same and as a learner it is easier to carve these roses on smaller vegetables such  potato and pumpkin.
Here are more detailed videos.
Rose melon carving part 1
Rose melon carving part 2

Fruit and vegetable carving  can produce really pretty garnishes and simple decorations. It does not need any specialist tools , just a simple sharp knife.
If you want to have ago check this link out for a beginners  videos.
To purchase a simple basic carving knife  click on the below amazon links to purchase.

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Submitting to:

June Create n Carve ~ Fruit and Vegetable event by simply.food guest hosted by Linda of letslearntocarve


  1. wonderful creations. Loved your crafts from yesterday's post as well.

  2. Oh wow, this looks beautiful...! I didn't believe that it's a watermelon, it looks like a real rose...:)!!

  3. Adorable...great job & thanks for sharing the video link too, its very useful..love to curve..

  4. It looks so real. Wonderfull work

  5. This is a real beauty..looks almost like real rose.

  6. OMG... What a beautiful rose.. Really gr8 job dear :)
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  7. Beautiful ..you are really too gud in this

  8. Wonderful carvings... They look great.

  9. Omg, wonderful creation..seriously i want to learn..

  10. What a brilliant carving, you are a genius!!

  11. Oh wow! Stunning!


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