Spun Cotton Carrots / Trees

$0.14$0.35

Mini Carrot / Tree blanks for DIY craft projects.

Sold blank and ready to paint, glitter and decorate.

Make your own miniature fake carrots, mini tree ornaments…

Wholesale prices – buy in bulk

Premium quality shapes made in Germany

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Blank spun cotton carrots / Trees made in Germany. Several sizes available, each size has a different style.

Great to fashion your own miniature ornaments and DIY decorations !

  • Make your own realistic looking faux fruits.
  • Add glitter and create shimmery vintage style ornaments that you can hang from the Christmas tree.
  • Create beautiful  decorations for the home.

In the example below, we made the fake carrot with the XL size carrot blank. For the fake eggplant, we used the spun cotton eggplant shape and for the fake raddish, we used the spun cotton bulb shape – small.

Spun cotton carrot ornament

 

Working with spun cotton carrot blanks – the basics

 

Spun cotton shapes are very simple to work with. Any paint that works on paper will also work on them (we recommend a premium quality acrylic paint). You can also use any type of glitter as a finish (German glass glitter, metallic glitter, snow glitter, sugar lookalike glitter…).  To cover the carrots with glitter, simply apply craft white glue with a paintbrush and sprinkle the glitter on the shapes. Let dry until the glue turns from white to clear. Voila!

Each carrot has a hole on top in which a faux stem can be inserted (floral stems sold at craft stores work great).

TIP : The hole can also be used to hold the spun cotton carrots with a pick during the painting and decorating process. This way you won’t get any paint on your fingers.

TIP: For a more realistic look, do not hesitate to dent the shapes with your fingernails (or with a tool) to create little horizontal ridges.

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