Charmed by snakes? This fake snake is easy to make with your Crayola Color Explosion Spinner™ designs!
Follow the package directions to design your snake paper with the Crayola Color Explosion Spinner™ and solution! Start by making a dot on the paper with a color-reveal marker. Use Crayola Scissors to cut your decorated paper into a large oval or circle. To make a spiral snake, start on the edge and cut around and around until you get to the center.
Add snake details. Round off one end of your spiral so it looks like a snake head. Cut the other end to a point so it looks like a tail. Cut scraps of decorated paper into eyes and a tongue. Attach them with Crayola School Glue. If you like, add sparkles with a Crayola Magic Sparkle Wand.
Tie it up! Cut ribbon, string, or yarn about as long as your arm. Tie one end around the snake’s neck. Dangle the snake in a breezy place indoors or swirl it around to see it twirl!
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