It is time for some cute easy origami for kids or beginners again! As Easter slowly heads our way, I thought I would share my friend Jenny’s totally cute and easy Origami Carrot for Easter DIY. Jenny has a fantastic origami and paper crafts YouTube channel that you simply must go and check out (and make her day by subscribing too!). Origami is a great craft for kids, as it literally just takes paper (sometimes you can add little features in pen), but more importantly it has many developmental benefits – from learning to following instructions, to spacial awareness and of course crafty fun. Today’s little paper carrot craft is a perfect edition to our Paper Easter Crafts round up (coming soon). So.. without further ado.. let’s see how Jenny makes these adorable little kawaii carrots for Easter!
Psssst.. and wouldn’t they make ADORABLE Easter Bookmarks too?! 🙂
- Orange paper
- green paper
- Pens (optional)
How to make an Origami Carrot
Learn how to make this super cute Origami Carrot! Now, as mentioned this is a great beginners CARROT Origami Pattern.. BUT.. I would recommend it for slightly older kids – we have many great Origami Patterns to introduce to say Preschool (e.g. these adorable little Origami Bunnies as well as wonderfully easy Paper Tulips) these carrots would be the “next step” and a great way to introduce children to new Origami folds.
I hope you enjoyed Jenny’s Tutorial and that you do go and check out her wonderful YouTube Channel today!
As mentioned, if working with younger kids, do check out these Easter Bunny Origami:
As well as these Paper Tulips:
For children looking for the next Origami Challenge, try this Easy Origami Pattern:
Lots more wonderful Origami For Kids Patterns here: