Alphabet alphabet handprint crafts Crafts for Kids Summer

C is for Carrot Handprint Art

Next in the Alphabet Handprint Art Series is the letter C. This week we are sharing a C is for Carrot handprint art ! This craft is great for kindergartners as they learn the letter C. Don’t forget to print the free Letter C Worksheets to go along with it for more fun letter practice!

C is for Carrot  and FREE Letter C Worksheets

C is for Carrot 

This craft uses jut a few colors of paint and supplies to make a super cute carrot handprint. The kids think it’s a lot of fun to see how their handprint can look like a carrot! For this craft, we will make a green handprint to make the top of the carrot, and then paint the rest of it with orange paint to make the “body” of the carrot.


  • Letter “C” is for Carrot printable
  • green paint
  • orange paint
  • paint brush
paint your hand green

First, print the printable to go along with this craft. We like to practice the letter on the first page before making our handprint, and we do the next page while the handprint is drying.

To make the carrot, we just need some green and orange paint. The handprint itself will be the carrot’s leaves. First, paint the hand green using a paintbrush.

press green painted hand on paper to make the top of the carrot handprint art

Press the hand onto the paper. Be sure to make the handprint near the top to save room for the rest of the carrot.

using orange paint, paint the tall triangle to make the carrot

Now it’s time to paint the rest of the carrot. Dip the paintbrush into the orange paint and make a triangle shape under the green handprint. Start from the handprint and go towards the bottom of the paper to make a long triangle-like shape. Now the carrot is complete!

letter c worksheets

While your C is for Carrot alphabet craft is drying, complete the free Letter C worksheets for more letter C practice!


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Emily formerly taught extra-curricular activities with elementary school children and now stays at home with her two young boys. She loves to get out exploring and learning alongside them. More about their adventures and activities can be found at To be A Kid Again, where Emily shares hands-on learning ideas, crafts, family fun, and more.

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