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Just run the wire through the button holes and stack up buttons until you feel your stack is “carrot” like. I got slightly larger all the way up but at the very top I put a couple of buttons that were slightly smaller.
This is a great project for the kids to get involved in. Sorting and stacking the buttons is super easy. Plus it will even help with those fine motor skills! When you are done stacking, just twist the wire into a pretty shape and cut off the excess.
I used green baker’s twine to wrap that top portion and make it just as pretty as my button carrot. A carrot made of buttons? Yep it almost looks good enough to eat. This one is perfect for your spring decorating. I just love the carrot trend since it is slightly different then the standard pastel decor for spring. Y’all enjoy making one (or more) of these button carrots for yourself — in 15 minutes or less! Be sure to stay tuned as we bring you even more quick crafts all week this week!