PRINTABLE :: Cute carrot Easter treat cones

Easter. Eggs. Treats. What about a super cute carrot cone to put them in? Yay! I’ve designed just that and made a free printable and tutorial for you.

the red thread Easter carrot printable

the red thread Easter carrot treat cones

You’ll need:
– The cute carrot cone free printable. Click here to download the pdf.
– Mid weight paper to print onto.
– Double sided tape
– Tissue paper – I used 2 different shades of green.
– Ribbon, ric rac or mini pom pom trim.
– Treats!

Start by downloading and printing the carrot cone.
Cut it out and attach double sided tape to the flap. Roll up the cone and stick it together.

Cut two pieces of tracing paper – one roughly measuring 37 cm (14.5 inches) square, and the other about 37 x 42 cm (14.5 x 16.5 inches).
Place them one on top of the other, as in the photo below.

Make a little crease in the center of the bottom edge.
Start rolling a cone shape, with the crease as the bottom point of the cone.

the red thread Easter carrot cones step 1

Place the tissue paper cone inside the carrot, and loosen the top of the tissue paper cone so it fills out to the same size as the carrot.

the red thread Easter carrot cones step 2

Fill it up with treats, about 3 – 4 cm (1.5 inches) above the top of the carrot.

Scrunch the tissue together and tie a piece of ribbon around it.

Fan out the top of the tissue paper to make leaves.

the red thread Easter carrot cones

Happy Easter! I hope you like my printable cute carrot cone. Enjoy your treats!


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  1. Cute! Cute! Cute!

  2. These are simply adorable!!! Thank you so much for sharing and have pinned! Have a great week!

  3. Paula Norman says:

    Oh Lisa!!!! These are so cute and simple and I can’t wait to do these with my little boys. Hope you are well. Xx

    • the red thread the red thread says:

      Hey Paula. Yay! I hope you and your boys enjoy making them. Things are good here – I hope they are in your world too. x

  4. Thanks Lisa, I have two 4 year olds on my hands today and both squealed when they saw these…

  5. Gorgeous Lisa! And with a household full of Easter birthdays, these will make fabulous party favours!

  6. Beautiful!!! a great idea! ;)

  7. I love this! We’re making them right now and they are so sweet and easy! My daughter is excited as she’ll be giving them out to her friends at preschool this week :) Happy Easter to you!

  8. Had to pin those!

  9. What a sweet idea! Thank you the free printable and the tutorial – my boys will love these!!!! I admire your creativity!

  10. Michelle says:

    These are so cute! Thanks for sharing! I’m making these for my nieces and nephews. Hope they like them as much as I do.

  11. Adorable!! I’ll be trying these for our family picnic Saturday. There aren’t any little kids but out “big kids” will love them, I’m sure! Thank you for the pattern/printable.

  12. aaaw this is cute, thank you for the printable, i love it. XD

  13. Good morning!
    Is yours this photo reportage?

  14. lemondedis says:

    j’adore ! merci beaucoup pour le partage… j’ai créé un lien ici :

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