It's no secret that I like twine.
I used it in October to make twine wrapped pumpkins.
If I see twine at a garage sale I usually pick it up.
You can always find something to do with it!
So when I saw syrofoam cones at the Dollar Store the other day I picked them
up and immediately thought carrots wrapped in twine.
And here they are!
For about $1 a piece, you can make your own twine wrapped carrots too!
Here are the supplies that I used:
faux leaves from a plant I had in my craft closet
wire cutters, for the plant leaves
hot glue gun and glue
I started by poking a hole in the top of the styrofoam base and pushed my plant end in.
Some of the plants are harder to push in, so you may need a wooden skewer to help you make a hole first, and then push the stem in after.
I then started at the tip putting hot glue at the base and began wrapping my twine around,
making it as pointy as possible.
I continued wrapping around my styrofoam base up the sides.
Once you get to the top, just keep wrapping the twine in as best as you can to fill the space.
I love Dollar Store crafts!