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Pinecone Carrot Craft for Easter

Home sweet home! Create the cutest pinecone carrot craft just in time for Easter that welcomes people into your home.

Pinecone carrot sign decorated with ribbon, twine, greenery and pinecones.

Upcycle with this fun carrot craft!

Ever go out for a walk in the neighborhood and see pine cones everywhere? Sometimes when I’ a’m walking, I’ll see the pinecones and think of the many different ideas for creating some great crafts. I’m not sure how we got from pinecones to carrots, but when painted orange they actually look exactly like carrots!

Pinecone carrot sign decorated with ribbon, twine, greenery and pinecones.

Carrot crafts are perfect for Spring, especially for Easter time. If you want to create a craft that is spring-like without it being another bunny, this carrot craft will be perfect for you. And almost all of the things needed are upcycled, which is great for the environment! Furthermore, this carrot home sign would look adorable in the kitchen all year long!

Join our crafting community to find more nature-inspired DIYs and upcycled craft ideas. It feels good to repurpose, upcycle and create with nature!

Materials Needed

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Materials needed to make a carrot craft including wood, pinecones, greenery, paint and ribbon.

How to Make a Pinecone Carrot Craft for Easter

I shared the tutorial for this pinecone carrot craft on a Facebook Live which you can catch here or if you prefer the photo tutorial, continue reading below.

Start by painting the wood surface a rustic grey color with a mix of grey and white paint.

Next, paint the large pinecones in orange. Apply as many coats as you need until your happy with the coverage.

Painting a pinecone with orange paint.

Glue the pinecone carrots onto the grey board and fasten greenery to the top of the pinecones. Add a large bow to the top of the sign and a hand lettered “home” sign underneath.

Lastly wrap a piece a twine around the pinecones to help hold them in place.

Attaching a ribbon to the pinecone carrot sign.

More Pinecone Crafts to Make at Home

Yes, it’s true we have thing for pinecones. Just look at all the beautiful crafts to make with pinecones!

How did your carrot craft turn out? Keep in mind that this can be redone again and again- so you can give it a go a few times! These also make the perfect gifts for the season.

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Collage of materials and finished pinecone carrot sign with text overlay.

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