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Handprint Carrots

These handprint carrots are a quick craft and look really effective, plus you don’t need many resources. Why not stick your Handprint Carrot onto a piece of folded card to make into an Easter Card.

What do I need?
  • Green and Orange card or paper
  • Orange pen
  • Pencil
  • Scissors
  • Glue
Handprint Carrot
How do I make Handprint Carrots?
  • Draw around your child’s hand using a pencil on the green card.
  • Cut out the handprint (an adult should do this part).
  • Draw and cut out a carrot shape on the orange card (an adult should do this part).
  • Then draw some curved orange lines from one side of the carrot to the middle of the carrot – this adds a bit of texture (see picture).
  • Then glue the handprint to the top of the carrot and let it dry.
  • Optional – stick the carrot to a piece of folded card and make it into an Easter Card.
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