Easy Carrot Easter Baskets

 These cute Carrot Easter Baskets only take a few minutes to make and we’ve provided a free printable cut out to make it really easy. We think they’re perfect for taking on an Easter Egg hunt to store all your little finds in, or to fill and give as an Easter gift. Yummy!Make cute carrot Easter Baskets. Great for Easter egg hunts and gifts.

Make cute carrot Easter Baskets. Great for Easter egg hunts and gifts.

How To Make A Carrot Easter Basket

Supplies To Make Carrot Easter Baskets

Easter Carrot Treat Holder Printable
Easter Carrot Treat Holder Printable
Click picture to print.

How To Make Carrot Easter Baskets

  1. Print and cut out the orange and green shapes from the Carrot Easter Basket Sheet.
  2. Follow the line to cut the orange semicircle and green leaf tops in half.
  3. Roll each orange quarter circle into a cone and tape or glue it securely in place. We used UHU glue which dried really quickly.
  4. Turn your carrot so the seam is at the back then glue the base of your green carrot top into the inside of the carrot cone also at the back.


  • If you prefer a carrying handle for your carrot simply trim a small strip off the quarter circle before rolling it into a cone. After the carrot has been made you could tape or glue it into place.
  • If you have some green card you could experiment with different carrot leaf shapes. See our photographs for some ideas.
  • If you have some orange card you could easily make different sized Carrot Easter Baskets. Just remember  to start with a quarter circle.Make cute carrot Easter Baskets. Great for Easter egg hunts and gifts.


This post is part of a Spring and Easter Blog Hop from Kids Blogger Network. Click on the links below to explore great Spring and Easter posts from other bloggers taking part.

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Here’s a list of the other blogs taking part:
The Magic of Play, Rainy Day Mum, hands on : as we grow, Putti’s World, Blog Me Mom, Scribble Doodle and Draw, 3 Dinosaurs, Buggy and Buddy, Royal Baloo, Kitchen Counter Chronicle, Nurture Store, The Usual Mayhem, Making Boys Men, Two Daloo, Reading Confetti, Creative Play House, Fantastic Fun and Learning, Here Come the Girls, Blue Bear Wood, Zing Zing Tree, Mummy Mummy Mum, Red Ted Art, Life at the Zoo, My Little 3 and Me, Imprints from Tricia, Smiling Like Sunshine, Frogs & Snails & Puppy Dog Tails, Creative Connection for Kids, 52 Brand New, Inspiration Laboratories, Kid World Citizen, JDaniel 4s Mom, Inspired by Familia, Kids Creative Chaos, All Done Monkey, ArtChoo, Something 2 Offer, Child Central Station, KC Edventures, Momma’s Fun World, Sun Hats and Wellie Boots, Discovering the world through my son’s eyes, Little Artists

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    • Emma "My Little 3 and Me" Smith says

      What a kind thing to say Otilia, thankyou very much. It has been a very steep learning curve and I have been fortunate to have made contact with some lovely established bloggers, yourself included, who have been so helpful and supportive. So thankyou. x :-)

    • Emma "My Little 3 and Me" Smith says

      Thank you, have fun with them and enjoy all the chocolate you put inside…that’s definitely the best bit! 😉

  1. says

    Wow, so many fun ideas on your blog!! I am so happy you found me over at Sun Scholars. Thanks so much for sharing this idea at For the Kids Fridays! I am sharing this over on Facebook today!

    I am hosting a blog hop beginning April 1st – 100 Days of Play, to encourage busy moms to take some time each day, for 100 days, to play with their children. Think you might be interested in joining us?? I’m looking for 100 bloggers to share a simple way to connect with their kids through play with things they would already have around their home. Love to have you join us! http://www.sunscholars.com/p/100-days-of-play.html

    • Emma "My Little 3 and Me" Smith says

      Fantastic, thankyou for the Facebook share Rachel and your lovely comments.
      I’m all signed up for your 100 days of play with a listening walk. I really love your idea; it’s so, so, so important to spend time linking meaningfully with our children every day. I’m really excited to be taking part, thankyou. x

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