"No one goes there nowadays, it's
too crowded."
Cut green crepe to form stems.
Use a pen for small openings.
Crepe Paper Carrots
Crepe Paper Carrot Supplies
Wrap trinket with orange crepe paper.
Wrap twice to secure edge.  Glue.
Pinch & tuck green crepe paper into opening at top of carrot.
Crepe carrot.
Punch a circle for tag.
Label & add string.
Tie label to carrot.
Finished!  Crepe Paper Carrots.
This idea is from Martha Stewart.  She incorporated
a few small trinkets & used them as favors.  These
were made using one large trinket per carrot.  As
you can see, the size of the trinket will determine
the shape of the carrot.  To finish them off,  I added
name tags to match the stems.

How to:
Buy small trinkets.  Starting at bottom, wrap orange
crepe at a diagonal.  Once at the top, reverse
direction wrapping, still at a diagonal, towards the
bottom.  This is when you form a nice point at the
bottom of your carrot.  Wrap diagonally to top.  
Wrap twice around top to secure edge.  Trim &
glue.  Cut 2 pieces of green  crepe.  Fold in half.  
Cut twice.  Pinch fold & push into carrot opening.  
For small openings, use a pen to force leaves in.  
Cut circles out of matching green paper.  Use a
small hole punch for threading hole.  Fill out label.  
Cut a piece of thread & attach label to carrot.  
Happy Easter!
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