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.
Aw! That looks so cute, very talented.ReplyDelete
Wowwwww marvellous craving, truly elegant..ReplyDelete
excellent job dear,luks fantastic...ReplyDelete
Wow, beautiful..must say thats so creative of you..ReplyDelete
I just try out simple ones.. thanks dearDelete
Wow....awesome and great work dear...ReplyDelete
Thank you divyaDelete
Thats very cute...and very beautiful...ReplyDelete
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:)!!!ReplyDelete
Thank you for your encouraging words.Delete
Congrats!! Award for you at http://suvidhaskitchen.blogspot.com/2011/03/awards-galore.htmlReplyDelete
Wow.. thank you so much for the sameDelete
awesome wheel barrow, its looking so good on the table with full of healthy and green veggies. A great idea for the table.. !ReplyDelete
Yes Sonia.. looks attractive with colourful veggiesDelete
wow so beautiful veg carving, ur very creative shobha:)ReplyDelete
Thanks for encouraging me alwaysDelete
wow...this carving looks just gr8 !!!beautifully done !ReplyDelete
Thank you dearDelete
Lovely work!!!Looks fabulous!!!ReplyDelete
Thank a lotDelete
Nice work... looks too cute.ReplyDelete
Thank you PadmaDelete
Love the wheelbarrow!ReplyDelete
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Thanks Helen.. will check it out.Delete