Get your little ones to organise his/her study table by arranging all the pens and stationery items together. What you need is a holder, so how about creating something unique that will teach your child about vegetables and healthy food? All you carrot loving rabbits will adore this paper craft carrot holder activity!
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Materials You’ll Need:
- Orange and green paper
- Brown sketch
- Pair of scissors
- Punching machine
Instructions for Paper Craft Carrot Holder:
- Roll a rectangular orange paper to form a cone
- Cut out the extra bit
- Cut out 4 small squares and punch holes
- Punch holes on either side of the carrot
- Add two squares on either side and staple them
- Double the yarn and pull it through the holes
- Tie strong knots
- Cut out strips of green paper
- Curl them up
You child can hang it on the wall and make it the Stationery Junction! Add pens, pencils, and other stationery items to it.
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