Make lunch or snack time more fun with a Cheese Stick Carrot. This is a fun and easy craft to transform an ordinary snack into a fun Easter treat.
With five kids, our home life is busy. We have a lot of activities, events and just chaos in general.
One way to do this is to sneak notes into their lunchboxes. Another way is to dress up their lunches in the spirit of the current season or upcoming holiday like these turkey snack crafts and these holiday snack crafts.
How to Make a Cheese Stick Carrot
This Cheese Stick Carrot is the perfect treat to put in your child’s lunch box with the Pudding Cup Bunny.And like all my crafts, it’s incredibly easy so those people like me with limited craft ability can still manage to create this cute treat.
Step 1 – Color the Cheese Stick
Unless you are lucky enough to have cheddar cheese sticks available at your local grocery store, you’ll need to use an orange marker to color the cheese stick package to look like a carrot.
Step 2 – Make the Carrot Stem
Next, you’ll make the carrot stem with green yarn. Wrap it around your fingers a few times.
Then use the scissors to cut the loops on one end.
Now, fold the strips in half. (If you want to make it easier to keep the bundle together, you can use one of the strands to tie them together.)
Glue the bundle to the top of the cheese stick.
Your cheese stick carrot is done!
Cheese Stick Carrot Printable Instructions
Feel free to print the cheese stick carrot instructions below if it’s easier.
- Orange marker
- Green yarn
- Cheese stick
- Low temperature hot glue gun
Using an orange marker, color the front of a cheese stick. Taper off the orange color at the end of the cheese stick to give it more of a carrot shape.
Wrap some green yarn a few times around 3 of your fingers. Using scissors, cut through the loop of yarn.
Fold the strips of yarn in half to form the carrot tops. Use a low temperature hot glue gun to affix the bunch of yarn to the top of the cheese stick.
More Easter Fun
If you liked this cheese stick carrot craft, you might enjoy some of these other Easter ideas:
- Easter Egg Decorating Ideas
- Printable Easter Coupons for Kids
- Easter Peep Ideas
- New Family Traditions for Easter
- You’ve Been Egged! Gift Idea
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