Happy Easter weekend! We have one more Easter project for you to slip in before friends, family and the Easter Bunny come to visit. This clever little pun makes for a fun and quirky decoration. Unique, artsy, and charming, this carroty sign is one of our favourite decorations and we hope it’ll become one yours too. So, let’s make an carrot Easter sign that will keep you giggling all weekend.
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What You’ll Need:
- Wood board
- White acrylic paint
- Orange Felt
- Green Yarn
- Brown embroidery floss
- Letter stencil
- Carrot template – click here
- Hot Glue and sticks
- Embroidery needle (any needle with a large eye will work)
Cut out the template and use it to trace out and then cut a carrot from your orange felt.
Sew randomly spaced lines in different lengths on the carrot with the embroidery thread and needle.
Stencil the words on the plaque and sure to paint one letter at time and let dry between each so the paint doesn’t smudge.
Cut lengths of green yarn, you’ll need about eight or so. Use the hot glue to attach one end of all the yarn strings to the centre point of where the carrot will be and then fan out the yarn strings and use a small dot of glue to secure them which will make the carrot’s leaves. Glue the carrot in place.
We hope Easter sign this brightens your weekend. Happy Crafting!