4.3.11

Vegetable Carving Swans in a Pond

Vegetable Carving Onion Swans Apple Swans

Vegetable Carving Swans in a Pond
Onion swans are easy to make. If you have white onions they look spectacular.The trick is to make incision slayer by layer and keep all the layers attached at the top.The neck of the onion swan is a spring onion.The Apple swan requires some precise cutting. Apple tends to discolor fast so I don't like using it much.The blue water in the pond is edible Jelly!
The lovely lotus/lily is made from onion and yellow food colour was applied at its center.The Lotus flower leaf is carved watermelon
The Capsicum Palm Trees have a trunk made out of drumsticks.
The Yam deer was carved free hand.I used a clove for its eyes.
The White radish Bird in the background was again cut free hand and this time I gave it a cucumber green beak!

15 comments:

  1. Thank you for visiting my blog and your wonderful comment on my quilled palm trees. Your vegetable carvings are fantastic! I was looking at your other blog and I have Meniere's Disease so it's nice to meet you :)

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  2. Thank you Monica for your encouraging comments. I hope your Meniere's is under control at present.

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  3. Hi, thank u so much for visiting my creative blog and left encouraging comments :)

    beautiful carvings.... very creative and I love your watermelon fish... guess no one can think it that way :)

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  4. Thank YOU Illatharasi.

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  5. Thank you sonia for visiting my blog,
    and for your lovely comments about my cards..
    your vegetable carvings are really fantastic.

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  6. Thank you Angelin for the words of appreciation.Sure means a lot.

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  7. They are beautiful... I am not much good with cutting vegetables So trying this would be a big test for me..

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  8. Thank you Khushboo.Try the capsicum palm trees for a start they are easy and will encourage you to try something more intricate!

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  9. awesome.. really creative

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  10. Thank you Bhavana for dropping by and leaving so many nice comments

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  11. Onion carving is wonderful

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  12. very nice carving.I'm regular visitor to u r blog. I like all craft ideas and try to utilise it for my daughter.

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