See your kid finishing up carrots on their plates with this craft! This step-by-step tutorial will guide you to make a bubble wrap carrot!
If your kid shows tantrums eating carrots on their plates, then try this craft for making them eat up those veggies! This bubble wrap carrot is an easy craft for the same! Through this step-by-step tutorial, we will be a guide for you in this crafting journey! This craft can also be a fun learning classroom activity for the primary classes! The kids will definitely be keen to learn about the carrots and their benefits while this craft making, and further, they will also eat them up when you serve them carrots on their plates! This makes this craft a healthy one!
Simple Carrot Craft Using Bubble Wrap
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- Circular Cardboard
- Colored Paper (Green, Red, And White)
- Bubble Wrap
- Googly Eyes
- Flat Paintbrush
- Black Marker
- Sketch Pen (Orange And Green)
- White Pen
- Paint Colors (Orange, Light, And Dark Green)
Step 1: Pasting Carrot-Shaped Bubble Wrap
To begin this craft, take a circular cardboard as the base of the craft and bubble wrap. Using a black marker, draw over a carrot shape on the bubble wrap, and using scissors, cut it out. Now, using glue, paste the cut-out in the middle of the base.
Step 2: Painting The Cut Out
Dip a flat paintbrush into orange paint and color the whole carrot cut out using it.
Step 3: Making Stem Over The Carrot
Take a piece of green paper, fold it in half, and cut out dual stem shapes from the folded paper. Again do the same to make another stem cut out. Now, paste one folded side of the cut-out over the base above the carrot of both cut-outs using glue and leave the other side hanging out of the base. This will become the stem of the carrot.
Step 4: Pasting Googly Eyes
Paste 2 big googly eyes over the top of the carrot using glue.
Step 5: Adding A Mouth To The Carrot
Using scissors, cut out a curvy mouth from the red-colored paper sheet and cut out small 4 teeth from the white sheet. Paste the teeth on the top side of the mouth using glue and then paste the mouth over the carrot below and between the eyes.
Step 6: Drawing Hands Of The Carrot
Using a black marker, make stick-like hands of the carrot on each side of it as shown in the image.
Step 7: Drawing A Tiny Carrot
Using an orange sketch pen, make an oval-shaped tiny carrot over the base, and using the green sketch pen make 3 lined stems over that tiny carrot.
Step 8: Drawing More Tiny Carrots
Following the same procedure, make more and more tiny carrots randomly over the base.
Step 9: Drawing Roots Of The Carrot
Using the orange sketch pen, draw wavy short lines beneath the carrot, and then using a white pen overdraw the wavy line. This makes the roots of the carrot.
Step 10: Making Grass
Dip a toothbrush into green paint and make strokes beneath the carrot and on the sides to make grass. Also, highlight the grass by making strokes over it again of light green paint color.
This Is The Final Look Of Your Carrot Craft!
Voila! Look at the final results of your carrot craft! The bubble wrap gives the carrot a unique texture!
This craft is a fun way to get your kids involved in a sensory activity! They will also gain knowledge about the carrots and will forget about them! You can also use this idea to make different-different veggies on a giant cardboard piece and can also customize them by writing the description about them over the craft! Then you can hang up this craft work over your kid’s bedroom wall to make him learn about veggies every day! Try it out! This idea will definitely be a hit!
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