Paper Plate Carrot
Looking for a fun and easy Easter craft that kids will love? Try this paper plate carrot!
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Foam Paint Brush
Large Paper Plate
First things first - take your paper and cut it into a carrot/triangle shape - or some might say, a pizza shape.
Next grab the orange cardstock paper and help your child cut/tear it into 2×2 inch squares.
Now grab the paper plate piece and the school glue.
Slather a good layer of white school glue on the newly trimmed paper plate and ask your child to place their orange squares on it, until it’s completely covered.
Set aside to let it dry completely.
Next make the stem of the carrot. Grab your green craft paint, small paper plate, white paper and the foam paint brush.
Squirt the paint on the paper plate.
Pick a hand - any hand!
Use the paint brush to paint the palm of your child's hand completely green.
Working quickly, press the painted covered hand on the paper.
Lift up their hand and clean off excess paint with a baby wipe & a quick trip to the sink.
Once the painted handprint on the paper is dry enough, trim it out.
To finish off your paper plate carrot, staple their paper handprint to the paper plate.
Then display your carrot piece proudly for all to see!
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Tutorial found on gluedtomycraftsblog.com