With Easter not too far away it’s time to knuckle down and get busy making and creating some fun projects. So for the next week, I’m going to share with you some Easter Projects that you can make too! Today it’s all about Farmhouse Stamped Wooden Carrots.
How To Make Stamped Wooden Carrots
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Decorating for Easter along with Christmas is my most favourite times of the year! The soft pastel colours sure do breath a little bit of colour into your day. So after making our Bunny Door Hanger, he needed some carrots to munch on of course.
Let’s get creating!
Check out the other fun Easter Projects for you to make:
How To Make A Farmhouse Bunny Door Hanger
Vintage Farmhouse Bunny Blocks
How To Make A Farmhouse Book Page Happy Easter Banner
How To Make Farmhouse Easter Blocks
- pine offcuts cut into triangles – I used my jigsaw to cut them out
- Miss Mustard Seed Milk Paint – Curio
- Brush – I used my Cling On! R12
- Sweet Pickins Milk Paint – Sweet Potato
- Sweet Pickins Milk Paint – Clear Wax
- IOD Decor Stamps – Rose Toile
- IOD – Black Ink
- 120 grit sandpaper
- Shredded Tissue Paper – I found mine at Big W but this type from Amazon would do the trick
- Chux Cloth
- Glue Gun
Step 1 – Mix up 1tsp of Curio with 1tsp of warm water and also 1 tbsp Sweet Potato to 1 tbsp of warm water. Let sit to combine. Cut out your carrot shapes using your jigsaw. Then using your sandpaper sand away any rough edges.
Step 2 – Taking a chux cloth wipe over the carrot with your Curio stain. Let completely dry. The give 2 coats of Sweet Potato using your brush letting each coat dry completely.
Step 3 – Distress using your sandpaper the carrot to your liking. Then using your brayer load up your stamps and stamp away.
Step 4 – Distress lightly and wax to seal.
Step 5 – For the top of the carrot use your glue gun to attach the shredded tissue paper.
And your all done! They would look great poking out of the top of an old wire basket or part of a vignette. Wherever your imagination takes you.
Don’t have time to make them? It’s ok I’ve got you covered! You can find them over in my SHOP!
Don’t Have Time To Make Now? Be Sure To PIN For Later!
Sam, your wooden farmhouse carrot is ADORABLE! I’ve seen a few wooden carrots on Pinterest but this definitely is my favorite. Pinned 🙂
Thank you so very much, Marie! I really appreciate your kind words!!