Tuesday, March 22, 2011

WHEEL BARROW (Table Decoration)



Things required..
Bottle gourd
Cherry tomatoes
Carrots
Cucumber
Lettuce leaves
Toothpicks

Method:
1. Mark the shape of a wheel barrow on the bottle gourd.
2. Using a sharp knife, cut the shape and scoop out the white part.
3. Cut out 2 round pieces for the wheels and fix them using toothpicks.
4. In the front of the wheel barrow, fix a small piece of drumstick or any firm vegetable to balance.
5. Fill it with carrot, cucumber pieces, cherry tomatoes and lettuce leaves.
6. Serve with any dip.

32 comments:

  1. Aw! That looks so cute, very talented.

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  2. Wowwwww marvellous craving, truly elegant..

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  3. Wow, beautiful..must say thats so creative of you..

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    1. I just try out simple ones.. thanks dear

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  4. Wow....awesome and great work dear...

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  5. Thats very cute...and very beautiful...

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  6. super carving & the wheel barrow looks a replica of a real wheel barrow:) I enjoy the music on your page,right now it is playing one of my favorite numbers-tere hath main mera hath ho..You are very creative with everything you do:)!!!

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    1. Thank you for your encouraging words.

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  7. Congrats!! Award for you at http://suvidhaskitchen.blogspot.com/2011/03/awards-galore.html

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    1. Wow.. thank you so much for the same

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  8. awesome wheel barrow, its looking so good on the table with full of healthy and green veggies. A great idea for the table.. !

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    1. Yes Sonia.. looks attractive with colourful veggies

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  9. wow so beautiful veg carving, ur very creative shobha:)

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    1. Thanks for encouraging me always

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  10. wow...this carving looks just gr8 !!!beautifully done !

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  11. Nice work... looks too cute.

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  12. Love the wheelbarrow!

    Thanks for taking part in Create and Carve, the round up is now posted!

    http://fussfreeflavours.com/2011/04/march-create-and-carve-round-up/

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    1. Thanks Helen.. will check it out.

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