Teens and tweens will love making this ribbon carrot sign craft. It’s a fun project created on a budget with simple supplies from your local dollar store.
This is the perfect Easter home decor item to display and it makes a great gift. Place it on your mantel or hang it on the wall.
PRO TIP: Want a cheap and easy picture hanger? Use a pop tab from a can of soda or something similar. Secure it to the back of the sign with hot glue.
DOLLAR STORE RIBBON CARROT SIGN CRAFT
- Shiplap Sign – Dollar Store
- Natural Jute Twine – Dollar Store
- Silk Greenery – Dollar Store
- Ribbon, Orange Gingham – Dollar Store
- Glue Gun and Glue Sticks – Dollar Store
- Recycled Cardboard Box – Think Amazon
- RIBBON CARROT SIGN PATTERN
Gather all supplies. Remove the labels and stickers from all materials. Detach the rope hanger from the shiplap sign.
Download and print the RIBBON CARROT PATTERN, then cut it out with scissors. Trace the carrot pattern onto a scrap of cardboard box material with a pencil, and cut it out with scissors.
Attach strips of orange and white gingham ribbon to the cardboard carrot with a glue gun and glue sticks.
Starting at the top and working your way to the tip of the carrot.
Trim any excess ribbon with scissors.
Secure the ribbon carrot to the shiplap sign with a glue gun and glue sticks, making sure to center the image. You could use liquid craft glue for this project, but you would have to wait for it to dry.
Remove the individual leaves from a branch of silk greenery, by sliding them off the wire.
Cut the plastic stems down to the leaves.
Starting at the top center of the carrot, attach the leaves with a glue gun and glue sticks. Continue adding leaves until the top looks like the fronds of a carrot.
Measure and cut three lengths of natural jute twine that are 14” long each.
Tie them into one bow and attach it to the top center of the Ribbon Carrot with a glue gun and glue sticks.
Create this quick and easy Ribbon Carrot Sign to share with family and friends. A great craft project for tweens and teens to create on their own or with younger kids.