Speaking of Easter dinner, wouldn’t a cute little carrot filled with goodies make the perfect placecard for an Easter dinner spread? That’s what I thought! So I took matters into my own hands and created a simple downloadable cutout for you to put together for your dinner table (or for a simple craft to hand out to friends/neighbors/teachers/kids).

Filled with candy, jelly beans, or whatever else you can dream up (I hope my husband secretly fills mine with money and dark chocolate!) and labeled with a name, these filled carrots can be placed on the dinner plates to let everyone know where they’ll be sitting.

You can get as cutesie and crafty as you like. I kept mine simple, but I think a little button at the base of the green carrot top or patterned paper or fancier handwriting or candy that isn’t a year old….all of those things would be a nicer touch than what I pictured above.

I’ve included several formats for printing:

1) A PDF version that includes two carrots/tops per page. Click on the link to open a browser with the PDF document. The dotted lines indicate where to fold. Solid lines indicate where to cut. Easter Carrot Placecard (PDF Version)

2) A PNG image, one for the carrot and one for the carrot top. These would be the best files to use if you want to shrink or enlarge the carrots to different sizes. Right click on each image and select “Save Image As…” Save the image to your computer and then insert it into a Word document (or similar document) and resize and print.

(P.S. If you have a Silhouette SD, email me and I’ll send you the Silhouette files for that handy dandy  machine.)

Here is a short little step-by-step guide for assembly. All the folding and gluing is pretty intense in this complicated little carrot so I wanted to make sure I provided an in-depth tutorial for your folding and gluing pleasure. (Please read into the sarcasm or else I will be really embarrassed.)

Now go make some carrots!

22 Responses to Easter Dinner Placecard – Printable!

  1. […] making your kids eat their vegetables? Well, you won’t have any problems making them eat this carrot stuffed with goodies. This is a great party favor, treat bag for the kids and place card all wrapped up in one easy […]

  2. Laura Traum says:

    Thank you so much, perfect for my grandma easter breakfast and hunt this morning.

  3. Irene says:

    What fun! I have all adults for Easter dinner and I’m determined to inject some ‘fun’ into the day! I’m making them participate in an egg hunt and by the time they get to the dinner, these darling carrots will be another little enjoyment in the day. Thanks so much for sharing and al of your good ideas!

  4. Jill says:

    really cute idea! I will be using these on Easter for sure. thanks.

  5. Beth says:

    I’m going to enjoy making these! Look professional! Will keep checking for more fun creative ideas 🙂

  6. Corinna says:

    Oh my goodness! My kids are going to love this. Thank you so much for all these Easter ideas.

  7. Angie says:

    So cute!!! Definitely will be making these this week… Thanks for the idea!

  8. How fun! I am spending a week with my sweet granddaughters and was looking for some fun crafts for Easter – perfect! Thanks

  9. Marie says:

    Hi Mel,
    Thank you for the cute idea. Would you please send me to Silhouette file? Thank you.

  10. Lindsay says:

    Very cute! Thanks for the fun idea.

  11. Detje Bea says:

    I hope you don’t mind I shared it on Facebook. I think a lot of my family members will love to do this. thanks

  12. cute and festive! fancy without all the seriousness, love it!

  13. Laurie says:

    Could the Silhouette file work on a Cricut? I don’t have a Silhouette!

  14. amanda says:

    These are perfect! The kids and adults will love them!

  15. Stephanie says:

    These are soooo cute!

  16. Amy says:

    Oh fun! I opened the PNG files in Photoshop Elements and used some fun patterned paper to make them. I have them saved already to go for Easter. Thanks!

  17. Liz K. says:

    Darling! I think my older girls will love this little project.

  18. Haniela says:

    These are so super adorable. Thank you for sharing.
    I shared link to your page on my FB page.

  19. What a cute idea!! Thanks for the print outs!

  20. C... says:

    What a fun project! Printing now.

  21. Kim in MD says:

    What a cute idea! You are amazingly creative, Melanie! I secretly hope my husband will fill mine with jewelry! A girl can dream, right? 😉

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