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Cereal Snake

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By Home Decor Contributor Jennifer from Brave New Home.

DIY Cereal Snake

This craft started out as a cereal necklace but after all the cereal got threaded on, my son had decided his project was in fact a snake so I rolled with it!

cereal snake materials

stringing on and eating cereal

You probably already have all you need to make this project on hand: some sort of cereal that can be threaded, string, a toothpick and some tape.  Tie a cereal to one of of your string and tape the toothpick to the other end.  Then let your little one get to threading.

finished stringing out cereal

I suggested adding some Cheerios to the end to give the look of a rattler.  We also added a little tongue cut out of red construction paper.

Cereal Snake instead of a Cereal Necklace

I was surprised how interested my three-year-old was in this project.  Definitely going to keep this in mind for the future and think up what other animals we can create together.

Kid's Craft: Cereal Snake

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About Jennifer

Jennifer will be sharing DIY projects, home decor ideas, and other budget friendly inspiration to help transform your house into an authentic home. Jennifer lives in San Diego with her military husband and their toddler son—so you can expect some kid friendly crafts, too! She believes you don’t need the biggest budget or the largest space to start creating a home true to its inhabitants. Her favorite crafts are adapting off-the-shelf items into affordable projects. Catch up with Jennifer at her blog born from decorating paralysis, Brave New Home.

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