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How to make simple DIY spring carrots out of drawer liner

I bought this drawer liner about a year ago just because I loved the print.. please tell me you do that too, LOL?  Anyways, it has been sitting in my craft room staring at me and I finally decided to do something with it. With spring right around the corner, I decided to make a drawer liner carrot. And I have to say, this is literally the cutest carrot ever! 

If I remember correctly, the roll of drawer liner came from Dollar Tree. If you can’t find it there check at Walmart. They also have some cute drawer liner prints! 

Materials: 

  • 1 roll of drawer liner 
  • Poly-Fil 
  • hot glue gun and glue sticks 
  • Spanish moss 
  • greenery 
  • twine 

how to: 

Step 1:The first thing you will need to do is to cut out two triangles the same size. I found the easiest way to do this is to double over the drawer liner so you only have to cut one time. Doing it this way ensures that they are both the exact same size. 

Step 2: Next, Hot glue up the sides of the “carrot” leaving the top open for the poly-fill.

Step 3: Gently stuff the carrot with Poly-Fil.

Step 4: Once the carrot is filled, you can stuff some greenery into the top opening. I added a little hot glue to the end of my greenery before stuffing it in. This will allow the greenery to stick to the poly-fil so it doesn’t come lose when you go to close it in the next step. 

Step 5: Hot glue the top opening shut. Don’t worry if it looks messy. We will cover that up! 

Step 6: Hot glue Spanish moss around the top of the carrot covering up any imperfections from glueing it together. 

Step 7: To give the carrot a little something extra wrap twine around it a few times and tie a bow. 

 

 

 

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