Thomas Kitchen Knives – Review and Giveaway

If you’ve been into your local Tesco in the last week or two you have probably noticed their new sticker promotion for Thomas Professional Kitchenware.  Included in the promotion are some lovely Thomas Professional Knifes and knife block.  Tesco kindly sent me a set of the Thomas Knifes and a knife block to try out.  It was really good timing as we had been talking about getting a new set of kitchen knifes as our old ones are now so blunt that even sharpening them doesn’t help!
To say dad of 3 was excited when the knifes arrived would be an understatement!  We were sent – 
  • Knife Block – £7.99 with 5 stickers (usually £26.99)
  • Bread Knife – £4.99 with 5 stickers (usually £16.99)
  • Utility Knife – £3.99 with 5 stickers (usually £14.99)
  • Large Santoku Knife £4.99 with 5 stickers (usually £16.99)
  • Small Santoku Knife £3.99 with 5 stickers (usually £14.99)
  • Cooks Knife £4.99 with 5 stickers (usually £16.99)

The way the sticker promotion works is that for every £20 you spend either in store or online either grocery’s or with Tesco Direct click and collect orders you will receive one sticker.  

Important dates to remember – Collect your stickers between 3rd March and 25th May 2014 and use your stickers between 3rd March and 1st June 2014
These knifes are extremely sharp and shouldn’t be handles by children so using it as an opportunity to talk to the children about sharp knifes.  That evening we sat them all down and explained about knifes been extremely dangerous if used the wrong way and that the new knifes we had were extremely sharp and that they must NEVER touch them.  We also explained that they must never come up behind one of us when we are using a sharp knife either.  
That evening dad of 3 couldn’t wait to try the knifes out and set about making dinner, chopping the vegetable and meat up.  He wanted to be the first to try them out well it meant I had a night off from cooking didn’t it!  Leaving him to it so that he could concentrate on what he was doing all I could hear was ‘wow that’s so much easier’ and ‘I like these!’ coming from the kitchen.  When he finally imaged he was quick to tell me how much easier dicing the chicken breast was, as well as the onion and potatoes (we were having chicken curry and chips)   Dad of 3 explained that the knife did all the work! he had used the utility knife to dice the onion and cut the chips and the large santoku knife to dice the chicken breast.  He said it was effortless and so much better using the new knifes than our old ones.  He did have a small war wound from dicing the onion though, he had nicked one of his fingers, thankfully he hadn’t quite broken the skin but it was a good example to show the children just how sharp the knifes are.  

I have to say I have also now used the bread knife and the utility knife and dad of 3 was right in saying how much easier they made the task at hand.  We did note from the packaging that the knifes should not be washed in a dishwasher so after each use they have very carefully been washed by hand and returned to the knife block once dry to be stored safely until the next time they are required.   These are certainly knifes that I would recommend taking advantage of the sticker promotion for in Tesco.  
We were also invited to take part in a blogger challenge to create a fruit or vegetable carving using the Thomas Knifes, dad of 3 was very keen to take up the challenge and you can see our entry here.  

Also in the sticker promotion are three piece wooden chopping board set, a 2.4 litre oval roaster, a carving set, a cleaver, kitchen scissors and a roasting pan with rack.   For more information about the sticker promotion please visit here  

Tesco have also very kindly given me a set of these fantastic Thomas Kitchen Knifes and a Knife block worth over £100 to giveaway to one lucky follower.  To be in with a chance of winning them all you need to do is fill in the rafflecopter form below.
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285 thoughts on “Thomas Kitchen Knives – Review and Giveaway

  1. I’d carve a rose from a radish! I once watch a chef carve on whilst abroad and it looked great! I think they would make salads look lovely with rose radishes!

  2. Val says:

    A tomato with a zig-zag edge! Just so Retro! 😀 And if you slice the top leafy part of spring onions thinly length-wise (sharp knife needed for this job) and stick them (leafy end first) into a big bowl of ice-cold water the tops all curl up in every direction and look quite amazing! 😀

  3. some kind of an animal face from or circle with cucumber

  4. cherie28 says:

    A owl from a potato 🙂

  5. Tracey Peach says:

    A Hamster Out Of A Apple Because I Love Hamsters!

  6. maci234 says:

    a cabbage to make a flower

  7. Zowee Moore says:

    water melon whales!!! they look sooo cute!

  8. helen says:

    A cucumber into a lotus flower

  9. I’d love to carve a Viking long boat out of a cucumber!! I don’t know why: the shape just seems so appropriate for that!

  10. a flower from a carrot

  11. a carrot flower cos they look fantastic

  12. Anonymous says:

    I’ve always wanted to try to carve a rose – they look so great when they are complete.

    Hazel Rea – @beachrambler

  13. rachel neal says:

    i would do a face out of watermelon

  14. Liz Burton says:

    It would have to be a mermaid as my daughter’s obsessed with them!

  15. laura banks says:

    watermelon dolphins sounds like fun

  16. Beverley says:

    A castle from a swede – I saw one once and it looked amazing!

  17. a smiley face in a swede – why not?

  18. Victoria says:

    I love Mandy’s idea of an apple flower – ideally covered in toffee sauce!

  19. mellysocks says:

    A zombie watermelon,good for parties 🙂

  20. mary heald says:

    Just like the Ice Hotel I would carve the Fruit Hotel and then during the night I would be able to snackand still be healthy

  21. Lowri earith says:

    a motorbike sweet potato

  22. Paul says:

    I’d like to carve some potatoes into chips. 🙂

  23. ali thorpe says:

    A banana from an apple … why not?

  24. Edward Guerreiro says:

    I would like to carve potatoes to look like Edgar Allan Poe, or maybe Vincent Price 🙂

    1. Edward Guerreiro says:

      I forgot to say why. It’s because I have always wanted to learn how to sculpt. The last time I considered starting, I found these sculptures of Edgar Allan Poe and Vincent Price, each of which I am a fan of, which blew me away. Here is the Edgar Allan Poe one in case you are interested

      So, if I could carve/sculpt a potato which resembled that, it would be the virtuoso I always dreamed of being.

    2. Edward Guerreiro says:

      I wish you could edit comments. I meant ‘I would be’ not ‘it would be’.

    3. carrot because its hard I would carve the face of Christ

  25. I’d love to make a Peppa Pig out of a butternut squash because my daughter would think that I was amazing!!

  26. Rey Chun says:

    A flower out of carrot slices. My mum always did that when I was growing up.

  27. prwilson says:

    A cat from an apple – have plenty of both.

  28. Emma says:

    An swan from a apple!

  29. Alison Joyce says:

    I’d like to be able to carve pumpkins properly, I always make a mess every Halloween.

  30. Kara Guppy says:

    I love making shapes from cucumber

  31. Robyn Hawkins says:

    An awesome design on a pumpkin for Halloween! I’ve seen some amazing designs but never had the tools to create something good before!

  32. a pug for my little girl as she adores them

  33. carve a parrot into a melon, I don’t know why I just want to be posh, haha!

  34. Suzanne says:

    A rose as the petals are lovely and intricate. It would be great to have one that would last.

  35. Holly Smith says:

    a Penguin as my litter girls love them

  36. Amanda H says:

    An apple swan 🙂

  37. Lisa Sands says:

    Flowers from all sorts of different fruit and vegetables… or something fun for the kids! Anyway to get the fruit and veggies into them 🙂 x

  38. Goldfish Oranges and Lemons 🙂

  39. Emma Walters says:

    my son’s fav tv characters out of vegatable to get him to eat more of them

  40. Trevor Golden says:

    A self portrait as I’d look great as a pumpkin

  41. flowers from cucumber

  42. Lauren says:

    a peacock because they are beautiful and i think an apple would be good for he job

  43. Kat Lucas says:

    I would love to do the watermelon flowers

  44. Carol Massey says:

    a flower from a melon

  45. abbyed33 says:

    I have no imagination whatsoever so this ones hard…just to be quirky Id want to carve a banana into something

  46. Tina Holmes says:

    Lots of flowers from different fruits

  47. pauline hill says:

    lots of potatoes into lots ofCHIPS

  48. If I were a genius (which I am not) I would like to replicate this amazing carving I saw on a facebook pic where a watermelon had a really intricate pattern on it and the inside had been hollowed out and filled with a beautiful fruit salad!

  49. lyn burgess says:

    A waterlily from a kiwi.because I saw one once, so beautiful, and I would be chuffed if I could make one myself

  50. Megan says:

    a giraffe from a carrot seems do-able!

  51. Carolina says:

    A flower out of an apple- its easy.

  52. Emma Nixon says:

    My artistic limit zigzag edges on a tomato. If I could magic up some skill it would be a face carved in a watermelon!!!

  53. A dolphin out of any vegetable as it’s my favourite animal.

  54. my best is a flower tomato

  55. jenniwren12 says:

    I’d carve a castle. because my little girl wants to live in one 🙂

  56. sue says:

    a pumpkin at halloween

  57. Tammy Tudor says:

    i’d carve a carrot palace 🙂

  58. Liquorice says:

    I’d attempt a swan

  59. clairew137 says:

    Take That symbol because I love it and them!

  60. Rachel Eades says:

    not really artistic. would just like to carve some potatoes into chips!

  61. I make apple cats for my son as he rather likes cats at the moment.

  62. Into peppa pig shapes so my youngest would eat more

  63. Jodie Yorke says:

    ive seen people make roses out of tomatoes so would love to try that xxx

  64. Isis1981uk says:

    A butterfly out of a butternut squash

  65. Christine shelley says:

    A carrot so I could see in the dark

  66. KayeLaFaye says:

    My fave animals are cats, so a cat out of a potato 🙂

  67. Val Swift says:

    I would love to be able to carve roses in carrots because they look fab in salads and on the sides ofdishes

  68. an owl out of an owl as i love owls and apples

  69. I’m not very artistic. My limit is carving a face into a pumpkin

  70. Lynsey Ward says:

    Peppa Pig! As it would get my daughter to eat it. Would be a sweet potato or a cabbage

  71. dragon60 says:

    I’d love to be able to carve a dinosaur for my grandson, perhaps a pineapple would be a good fruit to use

  72. Chris says:

    If you could carve anything out of a fruit or vegetable what would it be and why?

    gosh aren’t you an inventive lot!!

    l’m not creative so my first project would be to create a TREE from BROCCOLI, yes l think l could manage that

  73. katie skeoch says:

    A swan from a turnip, an underrated vegetable that deserves some beauty

  74. katrina walsh says:

    Id like to carve a bacon roll from an apple. Bacon rolls are my weakness – maybe my diet would work better if they had the apples calories tho?!

  75. Laura Nice says:

    Ohh good question maybe a flower from a watermelon.

  76. I’d love to make flowers from carrots like they do at my local Thai restaurant

  77. Dani Graves says:

    A sponge bob from a pineapple as i think it would be simple(ish) and a great texture

  78. freakfire says:

    An owl as that would look great (if done well!)

  79. Solange says:

    A flower from a carrot

  80. Lesley Walsh says:

    A rose from a radish.

  81. Sarah Davies says:

    I’d carve heart shaped carrots and put them into a stir fry so I could make a “hearty” meal!

  82. angie mummy says:

    potato into a monkey-yeah right!

  83. Lizard because they are sharp tongued 😉

  84. i dont know; i love dolphins but i cant think of anything the right sort of colour!!!

  85. laura jayne bates says:

    watermelon in to a tower

  86. mickey mouse in a watermelon – my sons 2 faves!!

  87. something simple!
    a lotus flower out of a kiwi fruit

  88. sam bailey says:

    I would carve a tomato into a banana and say to my girl ” see it is a fruit”

  89. Haribo shapes out of a variety of veggies, just to fool the vegaphobics in the house.

  90. oh i am not too artistic.. I could probably manage some stars from something soft like watermelon though 🙂 xx

  91. Alison says:

    A cucumber flower

  92. cathyj says:

    i would love to learn how to do flowers from anything

  93. 2013dogs says:

    A flower from a tomato

  94. claire8819 says:

    Flowers, in anything

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  96. kasza says:

    A Bunny for Ellie, her favourite 🙂

  97. ArthurII says:

    I would carve a pumpkin into a spooky face.

  98. Amy Skinner says:

    I.d carve a parsnip into the eiffel tower

  99. Claire Long says:

    A bunny out of a carrot because it’d be cute (and I love bunnies!)

  100. Kirsty Mills says:

    I’d carve my daughters name on a watermellon because it’s her favourite fruit 🙂

  101. Kirsty Grace says:

    The classic Tomato Rose ♥

  102. soozwales says:

    Basset Hound as we are a dog family

  103. Tamsin Dean says:

    q watermelon in to a rose

  104. Victoria says:

    an owl out of a watermelon because they’re both cool 😀

  105. AliceMegan says:

    An elegant swan out of pineapple!

  106. Katherine says:

    I’d love to carve a flower, simply because I’ve seen it but it always looks so difficult!

  107. Catherine Bell says:

    I’d like to be able to carve a flower out of a carrot

  108. annie says:


  109. Kelly Hooper says:

    A halloween scene out of a pumpkin

  110. Mickey Mouse from a potato my little ones love Mickey

  111. Karen Cowley says:

    ooh a tomato into a rose xx would be awesome xx

  112. Chell53 says:

    Mini voodoo dolls

  113. Rachel White says:

    The carrot roses look so difficult and pretty at the same time.. knowing me id slice all my finger end’s off too hehe

  114. i would like to do something really diferrent with a pumpkin but dont know what

  115. A reproduction of Warhols Marilyn Monroe painting carved out of a melon

  116. following bloglovin as clair downham

  117. Robert Price says:

    A plane fron a potato

  118. The face of my daughter in a watermelon.

  119. tracey huber says:

    anything fun to help my grandsons eat their fruit and veg

  120. Sam Williams says:

    A lion from a carrot

  121. LynneH says:

    a lantern from a turnip, with room for a candle inside

  122. I’d carve a whistle out of a carrot just because it looks so cool and it would be fun to try

  123. samj says:

    A pumpkin face out of an orange pepper as it would be like a tiny pumpkin

  124. A face out of a pineapple ahhah! 🙂

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  126. I would love to be able to carve a pumpkin for the little ones to take out on Halloween i have never managed to complete one properly lol 🙂

  127. kim1957uk says:

    I would try and carve a rose out of a swede because I am so useless at this sort of thing and I could have plenty of goes with a large swede

  128. Tracey Thompson says:

    always liked the swede flowers in the Chinese restaurant, not sure im thar clever though

  129. Sandra Lane says:

    I’d carve a westie out of a large potato.

  130. Nigel Greaves says:

    I’d carve the Empire State Building from a carrot!

  131. Rachel Davies says:

    I would try to carve a flower out of an apple because it would look pretty

  132. Cat Williams says:

    I’d carve something exciting with a carrot

  133. A poodle out of a turnip

  134. Latoyah says:

    A dog out of a cherry, I have always liked a challenge.

  135. I’d carve a tomato out of a sprout! Might make them more appealing

  136. Howard Young says:

    A bear from a marrow as I love bears!

  137. jack skeleton in a pumpkin x

  138. I’ve always wanted to be able to crave the chickens out of a carrot that our local Chinese restaurant did.

  139. piggy11 says:

    I get my hands on a water melon and have a go at rose

  140. Kay leigh says:

    my kids faces

    kay panayi

  141. Anonymous says:

    a whistle from a carrot
    olga carpenter

  142. a carrot- because they are my favorite

  143. Anonymous says:

    A lotus flower from a melon

  144. Julie Banks says:

    A cat – my favourite animal, I would like to carve one out of a giant pumpkin, but I don’t think it would be very good as if I try and cut a slice of bread it always ends up as a triangle!!

  145. Allan says:

    I would carve a haggis (the live ones!!) from a turnip – just for a bit of fun.

  146. sarah rees says:

    a banana snake

  147. A dolphin but not sure from which vegetable

  148. matphil says:

    A rose out of a carrot

  149. Rachel says:

    A fruit bowl out of a melon and then fill it with fruit – it would be yummy and my children love fruit salads so they would love this.

  150. a rose from a tomato

  151. Anonymous says:

    A tortoise out of a melon


  152. a snake out of a carrot!

  153. sam payne says:

    A flower from an apple because it would look pretty

  154. Laura Vitty says:

    I’d love to carve a caricature of my dog out of a carrot!

  155. Wayne Buck says:

    I would Carve Elsa from the film Frozen because I would be a hero in my daughters eye.

  156. spike1 says:

    A carrot into chunks, followed by a parsnip and a large potato…

    to put into a casserole… don’t hold with playing with your food 🙂

  157. Anonymous says:

    A potato head from a potato

  158. Susan Freeman says:

    I would have another go at carving a Halloween lamp

  159. I’d carve a face in a pumpkin….oh wait….. don’t lots of people do that already lol!!!

  160. sheridarby says:

    I would carve a radish into a flower

  161. Anonymous says:

    Id carve a radish to a flower

  162. charlieemma says:

    a face out of a watermelon… why not!

  163. babyhinder says:

    a meerkat because my son loves them so it would make him smile

  164. donna jones says:

    i would make peppa pigs

  165. Hannah says:

    I would love to carve the nativity scene – how fun to create.

  166. daryl gott says:

    a rose from an apple

  167. Charmian Filewood says:

    A phoenix from a cantaloupe melon as we must all learn to rise from the ashes xx

  168. watermelon, i went to Dom Rep years ago, and every dinner time there would be a freshly carved watermelon, they looked amazing, turtles, dolphins etc… love to have a go at it myself

  169. a cat out of a potato because it would be cute!

  170. debbie godbolt says:

    a swan x

  171. A crocodile from a cucumber 🙂

  172. Ser says:

    a water lilly out of a melon ive seen them done, very clever but i cant do it.

  173. a meerkat out of melon, my sons 2 fave things

  174. Duckers says:

    A turtle from a carrot. I had one in a Chinese restaurant and it was lovely.

  175. Jill Cordner says:

    A dinosaur for my boys x

  176. lynn heath says:

    I would be ambitious and try and make a sailing boat out of a watermelon!!!!!

  177. A swan from an apple

  178. 1806louise says:

    A swan from an apple, saw Abs doing it on Big Brother!

  179. Carlie Bryan says:

    a tiger on a mango!

  180. Daniel Reid says:

    Pineapple face!

  181. Vicki says:

    I would carve a decent pumpkin later this year!

  182. Tobys proud mummy says:

    A dolphin out of a melon they do this very often overseas in holiday resorts or on cruise ships they are just amazing would love to have a go myself xxx

  183. humpty says:

    I would carve a career out of being the world’s quickest vegetable chopper-upper, so I could earn lots of money!!

  184. Karyn Smith says:

    I would carve a pig out of a melon or other large fruit/veg as pigs are my favourite animal 🙂

  185. I would carve a pumpkin into a cow because it would make my sister smile

  186. a butterfly from a pepper

  187. Lauren Old says:

    A heart from a turnip

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  189. I would carve a flamingo from a carrot cos I could x

  190. Kirsty Woods says:

    Heart from a cabbage

  191. philiboy says:

    I’d carve a apple out of a turnip

  192. the4ts says:

    A waterlily-type flower from a tomato. My mum used to do those for me as a kid.

  193. rugmaker says:

    A potato into a jacket

  194. caroline says:

    I’d carve a teddy bear out of a potato just out of silliness

  195. Rachel says:

    Belle (disney princess) from a pineapple – because how impressed would my 5 year old be with that !

  196. Susan Carter says:

    An ice cream from cauliflower – anything to get the kids to eat veg

  197. Susan Carter says:

    An ice cream from cauliflower – anything to get the kids to eat veg!

  198. Anonymous says:

    A pig out of a pumpkin

  199. lisa owen says:

    id carve funny faces in cucumber to get my kids to eat it

  200. Lani Nash says:

    A frog, just because it would be fun

  201. flamez says:

    a mario or yoshi face in an apple in the hope connor will eat it !

  202. A tortoise out of a cucumber cos I have a tortoise who loves cucumber 😀

  203. Deborah Bird says:

    a horse! just because I love them and they are beautiful x

  204. I would carve a bird house from a butternut squash for the birds in my garden 🙂

  205. A rocket out of a pear for my son

  206. Anonymous says:

    id carve a tree out of a pinaple

  207. Kasia SZ says:

    Flower of a watermelon.

  208. Jane Middleton says:

    some nice decorative shapes to make the dinner look nice

  209. Elizabeth Williams says:

    a smiley face out of a watermelon

  210. kim heeps says:

    a rose from cucumber

  211. snarepuss says:

    an elephant 🙂

  212. Anonymous says:

    a ship out of melon

  213. a rose out of a radish

  214. I’d carve a spooky ghost from a parsnip because the kids would like me to 🙂

  215. Anonymous says:

    a sheep i adore their cute faces
    from samantha prire

  216. sairz eastham says:

    Carrot flowers, they look lovely 🙂

  217. I would carve a pumpkin out of a melon 🙂 just to be different

  218. I would love to be able to carve a carrot into a car, my son is obsessed with cars, I hope it would encourage him to eat his carrots

  219. leigh boyle says:

    a swan out of an apple i saw this vdeo on facebook a while ago and aways wanted to try it!

  220. teresa1963 says:

    I’ve seen in a chinese resturant a swan carved from a utternut squash would love to be able to do this

  221. teresa1963 says:

    I’ve seen in achinese resturant swans carved from utternut squash, I would love to be talented enough to do this

  222. Laura says:

    I’d carve a scary face out of a potato to frighten my husband!

  223. Kelly Wiffin says:

    Would love to carve a flower out of a melon!

  224. David Price says:

    I would carve a flower from a carrot

  225. Anonymous says:

    A flower out of a carrot, to make dinner more interesting!

  226. Linda watson says:

    I would make a Palm Tree using a selection of chopped fruit. Kiwi for the leaves, banana for the tree trunk and clementine oranges for the sand.

  227. A fish out of a carrot because I saw a chinese chef do it on TV some years ago and it looked awesomely impressive

  228. I would have a go at an apple swan

  229. John Naylor says:

    A Sontaran potato (Doctor Who reference).

  230. Carolin says:

    I enjoy making my son’s lunchbox a bit exciting and the fruit and veggies more attractive to him, so we carve all kind of shapes and animals, his favourites are little carvings in the apple skin 🙂

  231. Anonymous says:

    A melon into a flower

  232. hannahlw85 says:

    Some flowers out of carrots, saw it being done on tv once and it looked really impressive for garnishing a dish so would like to try it myself

  233. A flower from a carrot

  234. Emily Knight says:

    A tiger on a watermelon! 😀

  235. Big Bird says:

    A potato elephant

  236. denise s says:

    love to try a radish flower they look so cool

  237. A rose from a tomato

  238. Tracy Moore says:

    I would like to carve a swan out of a Water Melon.

  239. a face out of a pumpkin, mine always go wrong lol xx

  240. Petra Hora says:

    watermelon dolphins

  241. sally d says:

    A whole zoo of different animals!

  242. Anonymous says:

    My Face LOL


  243. A Great Danes face cus I love em!

  244. I’d love to carve a tortoise out of a melon

  245. georgia simpson says:

    I’d love to create something like this. It’s crazy how detailed it is.

  246. bertie1984 says:

    I’d love to carve an owl out of a dragon fruit, I saw it done once and looked amazing!

  247. ju33les says:

    A trombone out of a banana for hubby

  248. A Disney princess from a carrot for my daughter, she loves both.

  249. Sue Bowden says:

    A rose from an apple – I watch a man in the Maldives carve this and it was beautiful.

  250. Anonymous says:

    Pamela says – nothing fancy – just a simple pumpkin for Halloween as I am useless at carving these properly.

  251. Richard Hill says:

    if i could do it then i would want to do something massive and magnificent so maybe a dinosaur out of something like a pumpkin

  252. a swan from an apple. cos that’s so easy 🙂

  253. Anonymous says:

    i carve flowers out of tomato and radish
    lisa ann tebbutt

  254. A cupcake out of an apple so I could eat a healthy cupcake

  255. A teddy bear from an apple, just because! 🙂

  256. A lotus flower out of a carrot – always remember seeing them when I went with my family to our local Chinese restaurant as a child

  257. Dawn Thompson says:

    A horse out of a carrot!

  258. TC says:

    With the shockingly bad knives my mum has you’d be lucky to carve anything out of fruit or veg, so would be great to win these for her. Then I might try something contrary like a carrot out of sweet potato.

  259. Wendy Guy says:

    A Meerkat

  260. Twiddle Dee says:

    I’d little birds out of carrots to decorate salads etc

    Natalie Gillham

  261. Anonymous says:

    Swan potato

    George Williamson

  262. jrandrews72 says:

    I would carve a crocodile from a carrot.

    1. jrandrews72 says:

      as for why.. well why not.. I dont think its been done before and would look amazing.

  263. karen says:

    A cabbage Flower

  264. Denielle Nicol says:

    unicorn from a tomato

  265. my full dinner from a grape 🙂

  266. janine atkin says:

    Id carve a hedgehog out of a kiwi, i think it would look cute

  267. Charlotte says:

    Animal shapes from carrots, apples, pears – just to make fruit and veg more interesting for the little one 🙂

  268. Annaloa says:

    I would carve Cinderellas carriage out of pumpkin !

  269. IRIELADY says:

    Flowers like the gorgeous ones you find at Blue elephant thai restaurant, gorgeous

  270. JudeVFR400 says:

    I have absolutely no idea, so I asked my partner. She loves carving pumpkins at halloween, but even she didn’t have any ideas. Oh dear. Sorry! Gorgeous knives though.

  271. JudeVFR400 says:

    Now she says, a viking longboat from a cucumber. Okay then!

  272. JudeVFR400 says:

    I follow on bloglovin, Judith Allen – Lots of luck, not all good

  273. Alisa Moore says:

    A cat because I love them!

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