You are most likely reading this post because you have considered starting a Fruit Carving business.
I may be biased but it will be one of the best decisions you will ever make!
You may have seen pictures of fruit carvings and think “I cant do that”. But guess what? You can! As long you let us teach you of course
Bearing that in mind, I want to show you the carvings of few of our students created as they worked their way through our BASIC course also known as the beginner`s course.
Our student Mary carved the Popular Big Brother Naija Logo on a watermelon. The technique of carving logos like this is taught at the basic course.
Mary also did this carving to celebrate the International Women`s Day! She did a great job, don’t you agree?
One of our students Winifred from Nigeria also happens to be a doctor, carved this eye catching piece after enrolling for the basic and intermediate courses. Its actually not as hard as it looks. All you need are good instructions from us to be an amazing fruit artist like the rest of our students.
Winifred also carved this interesting silhouette of a female face. I believe we named her Rosie 🙂
Our student Precious carved this image of an Eagle with intricate details that were spot on..You can learn to carve images like this at our basic course
At the basic course, you will also get to learn how to assemble fruit palm tree centerpieces and get paid to have them at parties like our student Vivian here at her very first paid job after enrolling for the basic course
As you can see from the pictures, there are a variety of carving designs you can learn at the beginners course. Another great feature of fruit carving is that once you’ve acquired the skills to do all of these different carving techniques, it’s easier to see other carvings and replicate the design. We also encourage our students to mix designs and patterns to create their own unique carvings.
We are so proud of our students who have gone on to start their fruit carving businesses, there is plenty of opportunities in the skill especially now that it is an unsaturated area in Africa. In conclusion, I hope that you have enjoyed seeing these carving pictures.
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