DIY Home Decor

Spring DIY Decor

Spring is in the air!! Time to add those beautiful pops of color and accent pieces of handmade little touches around your home. This was one of my absolute favorite DIY projects, It was extremely easy, inexpensive and might I add…. absolutely adorable!

carrot cart

What you will need:

  • Clothesline Rope
  • Orange Color Paint (Pumpkin Color Craft Paint was used for this Project)
  • Small Paint Brush
  • Glue Gun
  • Onion Grass
  • One pack of party horns

With a hot glue gun, attach roping around each horn starting at the thinner end working your way around with hot glue and roping until reaching the top. Secure around the top edges with hot glue tucking in the excess rope.


Using your choice of orange colored paint and a small paint brush; follow the direction of rope, painting with light strokes. Paint completely from the top to bottom and any gaps in between.

Let sit and completely dry for about 15-20 minutes. If you prefer to save a bit more time and cut out the process of having to paint; then simply use orange colored yarn and hot glue with the same winding technique. I used what I had on hand, and honestly it was worth the wait because the texture of the clothesline rope gave my carrots a more realistic look!

Then finally, add greenery into the center at the opening of the wider side and secure with hot glue. Onion grass was the perfect touch to this DIY and can be purchased at Dollar Tree.

carrot wagon

Incorporating some little touches to this DIY can make all the difference. I added some lettering and a carrot printout from of my Cricut, I then added in some greenery and a small wooden bunny from Dollar Tree, these small touches finished off this little DIY perfectly!

Yield: 6

Spring DIY Carrot Decor

finished DIY
Active Time 45 minutes 30 seconds
Total Time 45 minutes 30 seconds
Difficulty Very Easy


  • Clothes Line Rope
  • Orange Colored Craft Paint
  • Small Paint Brush
  • Hot Glue
  • Faux Onion Grass
  • 1 Pack of Party Horns


  • Glue Gun


  1. Starting from the thinner side of the horn begin adding hot glue and wrapping rope around. Follow this method until reaching the top securing at the top with hot glue and tucking in the excess rope.
  2. Using a small paint brush and orange colored paint begin painting rope, following groves of the rope. Let dry for about 20 minutes
  3. Add hot glue to center of the opening at the top and add faux Onion Grass to finish off.

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