I have to admit that I have been
buying hoarding these super cute orange twine-wrapped carrots since Easter 2019. Always intending to make the Sweetest Dollar Tree Carrot Wreath, but not getting it done until NOW! Simple supplies from Dollar Tree transform into the cutest Carrot Wreath with a colorful bow and hand-lettered tag.
Celebrate Spring with a Quick and Easy Dollar Tree Carrot Wreath
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Here’s what you need to make a Wreath from Dollar Tree Carrots:
- Easter Carrots; four packs of five – Dollar Tree
- Tombow Dual Brush Pens – 245 Sap Green and 925 Scarlet
- Americana Acrylic Paint by DecoArt – Jack-O-Lantern Orange
- Recycled Cardboard – think shipping box
- Low Temp Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
- Shipping Tag; White – Dollar Tree
- Ribbon; 2.5” wide Pastel Plaid – Dollar Tree
- Ribbon; 1/8” Yellow – Dollar Tree
- Scissors – I love my Fiskars!
- DOLLAR TREE CARROT WREATH PATTERNS – download below ⇓
Here’s how to create a Spring Wreath with Mini Carrots:
To begin the Carrot Wreath, gather all materials and remove supplies from the packaging. Download, print and cut out the DOLLAR TREE CARROT WREATH PATTERNS below ⇓ Trace onto cardboard with a pencil.
Cut the large circle from recycled cardboard with scissors. Cut the smaller circle from recycled cardboard by piercing the point of the scissors through the middle and then cutting out the center circle.
Basecoat the front, back, and sides of the recycled cardboard wreath form with Jack-O-Lantern Orange Americana acrylic craft paint and a flat paintbrush. Let dry and apply a second coat, if necessary.
Once dry, fit the Dollar Tree twine-wrapped carrots around the wreath form until you are pleased with the composition. The eight-inch wreath form pattern will fit 20 of the orange twine carrots. Remove the carrots and attach them one at a time to the wreath form using a glue gun and glue sticks. You can use liquid craft glue, just allow for drying time.
The last carrot was a bit of a tight fit, so gently squeeze the foam-based carrot between your fingers and thumb to make it skinnier, and then insert it, securing with glue.
Tie a bow with pastel plaid ribbon, cut a triangular notch from each end, and attach to the bottom of the wreath with a glue gun and glue sticks. On a white shipping tag, hand-letter CARROTS 25₵ EACH with 245 Sap Green Dual Brush Pen and then outline the tag with 925 Scarlet Deep Orange Dual Brush Pen using the bullet tip. Attach the tag to the wreath with a length of skinny yellow ribbon tied in a bow through the plaid bow. Glue a loop of skinny yellow ribbon to the back of the wreath to create a hanger.
How to Make the Sweetest Dollar Tree Carrot Wreath for Spring
The rustic twine-wrapped carrots give a fun farmhouse style to this quick and easy Spring Wreath with Dollar Tree supplies going together in just about 30 minutes. Perfect for the Carrot Lover in your life!
I have seen expensive varieties of this Carrot Wreath online and at the big-box department stores, so making this super sweet version for just about $8.00 is a big win in my crafty playbook!
If you enjoyed my Dollar Tree project, check out my other crafty carrot-inspired crafts. Dollar Tree Clothespin Bunnies and Carrots are the Cutest 15 Minute Craft. 5 Minute Easter Candy Jars with Dollar Tree Supplies. Clay Pot Carrot Container a 15 Minute DIY with Darling Stamped Tag.
Too busy to make this right now? Pin it for later! I’d love for you to pin this project to your favorite craft board on Pinterest and then it’ll be waiting for you when you’re ready.
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