Fruit Art

 Kiwi Koala. No, not that Kiwi, the other Kiwi. I never knew that a Kiwi could be this adorable, and the colors are gorgeous!
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 Kiwi Duck. It may sound easy to carve an apple, but crafting something gorgeous out of kiwi is only possible with skills, skills that people like Adrastia217 have.

 Animal? Though the combination looks good, even the author does not know what this is! What do you see?

 Banana Puppy. Look so sweet.

 Orange Tabby Cat. It needs some serious creativity and brainstorming to form this orange cat, complete with full body .

 Strawberry Bear. just love it

 Strawberry Cat. Beware, the cuteness level is over 9000 with this one!

 Pineapple Porcupine. Its cuteness is killing me! Definitely the best-designed fruit animal from the Home Grown Veggie.

 Fruit Hoot. “I have an extensive library of fruit photos I’ve taken for my creative work, but alas my pineapple just didn’t have the texture I wanted so I grabbed this pineapple online. I wanted to invert the pineapple so the texture would look like feathers and the top would make an ideal feathery tail.”

 Owl. You Love it!

 Owl. You gotta admit it, not many people can come out with this kind of creative fruit owl. Guess how many fruits are used!

 Orange Fish. Certainly amusing fruit fishes that you want to bring home, and a lovely job in utilizing the shape of the orange!

 Watermelon Shark. You should not underestimate the effort of the National Watermelon Promotion Board, as most of their carved watermelons are epic and greatly detailed, just look at the precision involved in making the teeth of this very cool watermelon shark!

 Hippo Safari. A fun watermelon hippo that would surely attract both playful adults and kids! Wanna know how it’s done? There are instructions for every watermelon carving that comes out from the National Watermelon Promotion Board!

Watermelon Turtle. And here’s a turtle. Who said carving an entire animal out of watermelon is impossible? Here’s another cute one!

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