My posts may contain affiliate links. If you click though and make a purchase, we might make a small commission, but at no extra cost to you.
What has been your favorite thing to create this Spring? I have kind of been on a carrot kick, so I’ve made several different ones. I’m sharing 10 of what I think are the best carrot crafts this year! Let us know in the comments which one is your favorite!
Usually you wait until the end to show the best of the best, but I’m starting right away with my all time favorite carrot so far this year! I designed this carrot using the ribbon ruffle method. I used this method to make some Christmas trees, so I adapted it to create my ribbon ruffle carrot! Isn’t it simply adorable?! Visit >>HERE<< to see how to make it!
Do you have any orange raffia? They sold some at Dollar Tree back in the fall and if you grabbed a pack, you can make these fun raffia carrots! You could also just dye your own raffia for these, too. Ms Agnes from Just That Perfect Piece made these carrots and you can see how she made them >>HERE<<!
I was going for a Farmhouse look for my Easter mantel and I think I achieved that with this garland! Don’t you agree?? How sweet are those crochet carrots, y’all?! Watch the live replay >>HERE<< to see how I put this one together!
Also, you can find the crochet carrot pattern >>HERE<<!
Omg, y’all! I love to work with natural elements! I made a twig bunny last year that would go perfectly alongside this adorable twig carrot that Ms Judy made over at The Crafty House! How fun is this carrot?! She even made minis!! Watch the whole process and her genius form that she made for it >>HERE<<!
If you have access to scrap wood or pallet wood, grab a saw and cut some of these little cuties out! These have a twine hanger, so you can hang them on that Easter tree! Watch how we make them over on our YouTube channel >>HERE<<! Make sure to subscribe to our channel while you’re there!
Here is another idea for using a natural element to make a carrot! Pine cones!! Ms Agnes is at it again with her creative genius! I will never look at a pine cone the same again, because there are so many things you can make with them! I’ve made Christmas trees, and used the pieces to make cotton, etc. Of course if you flip them upside down, and paint them orange, they turn into carrots! Ha! See how she put them together >>HERE<<!
This sweet carrot is kind of a no brainer just from the picture, but the video is here for you to enjoy either way! Next time you’re out, grab some orange buttons to make your own button carrot canvas! If you can’t find green raffia, dye your own using my tutorial >>HERE<<!
Who else likes to craft with coffee filters?? I’ve seen coffee filter flowers, and coffee filter suncatchers, angels, and more! But I had never seen a coffee filter carrot before seeing this one! I’ve seen door hangers made like this using flowers, but apparently there is more than one way to skin a cat, as they say. Watch how Ms Agnes made this beauty >>HERE<<!
One of my very first carrot crafts was my wood bead carrots! They are super popular on Pinterest right now and everyone seems to be making them this year! This project is so very simple and packs a huge punch! They look great as part of a vignette, in a dough bowl, on a tiered tray, or stuffed in an Easter basket! See how to make them >>HERE<<!
Last but not least, would y’all look at this thing?! Can y’all believe this was made from egg cartons?? I just can’t! Haha! This is just too adorable and so creative, don’t ya think?! See how Ms Agnes put this one together over on her blog >>HERE<<!
I hope you enjoyed this carrot round up, 10 of the best carrot crafts, and found some inspiration for yourself! If you ever make any of our DIYs, we would love for you to share them with us on our community group on Facebook! It’s called Handmade Trends : DIY & Crafting Inspiration. Hope to see you over there!
Want to save this post for later : 10 of the Best Carrot Crafts?
Pin the image below to your Pinterest boards!
Thank you for visiting my blog! Make sure to follow me on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Pinterest! Also, join our email list below for free DIYs delivered instantly to your inbox each week. 🙂