carve


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Synonyms for carve

to separate into parts with or as if with a sharp-edged instrument

to cut (a design or inscription) into a hard surface, especially for printing

Synonyms for carve

engrave or cut by chipping away at a surface

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There are many other ornament patterns that you can carve. Teddy bears, Christmas trees, Christmas stockings, gingerbread men, stars, bells, jack o'lanterns, etc.
"He loves to carve pumpkins," Mombert said of Cully.
Unlike linoleum, the surface of an eraser it soft and very easy to carve.
Danielle said she would probably carve a cat first, if she ends up learning the craft.
This meant that he could carve the Costa surface without waiting interminable intervals for his virtual image projector to calculate the necessary distances.
Plan ahead: Before you begin carving, draw a design on your pumpkin with a water-based marker Work your way out: To prevent cave-ins, carve the facial features closest to the center of your pumpkin first.
Each competitor was challenged to carve a work of art from a single piece of Sitka spruce in just four hours
Clients flew them to various countries to carve jamon for celebrities like Penelope Cruz and Julio Iglesias.
MCF was even tapped by a rich Venezuelan businessman to carve ham for his birthday party in the capital city of Caracas.
There are only a few of us left who carve saints,' Cagayat says.
"Our business extended due to advance technology as it had become easy to carve patterns as per customers' requirements, adding it took us less time to deliver the orders," he stated.
Trujillo if he could teach them how to carve. "The process of teaching them to carve was just so rewarding," he said.
Christian, 45, added: "Pumpkin is a lovely material to carve. If it dries out it's like soft balsa wood."
In my childhood, I would carve on chalk pieces which everyone does.
"Every time I want to carve, my workload starts piling up," he said.