Carrot Craft – Easter Craft Idea for Kids

Another festive season is upon us! Are you ready to do some Easter crafts with your kids? Today we are sharing an easy craft stick carrot craft with you, which is perfect for the season. This would also be a fun craft for the classroom as kids can make these and then you can make a wonderful garland out of them.

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There are so many fun project you can do with the kids around Easter and we have a whole bunch of them to share with you.

Carrot Craft – Easy and Quick Easter Project

We are all about easy and fun! This project is doable and quick to make. And it looks adorable too. With some imagination you can even transform it into a cute Easter card, just add an inscription either on the front or on the back.

What you need;

  • Faux paper grass (green easter grass works great too). You could also use a paper shredder and green paper.
  • Orange craft paint
  • Orange and green paper (construction paper is best)
  • Hot glue/hot glue gun, regular school glue will work out as well.
  • Scissors


Cut a craft stick in half and cut of the rounded end.2. Carefully hot glue the bottom of two jumbo craft sticks together making a “V” shape and hot glue your small craft stick to the top connecting the two pieces to make a carrot shape.
Paint your carrot shapes orange and let dry.


Now cut out a triangle a little larger than the triangle opening and hot glue to the back of your carrot shape.
Then cut out a green carrot top the width of your carrot and hot glue to the back of the carrot.
Cut out a piece of your faux grass to fit onto the green top and secure with hot glue.

Easy and Cute Carrot Craft

Cute Carrot Craft for Kids

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