JANUARY CRAFT- SOCK SNAKE!!

FEBURARY CRAFT

SOCK SNAKE!!!

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Materials:

  • Stuffing
  • Knee Sock (used is fine)
  • Red, white & black felt
  • Hot glue
  • Scissors

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Instructions:

1.     Cut out tongue from red felt & the two eyes from the black & white felt.

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2.     Stuff sock head for snake.

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3.     Fold a bit of the sock on each side just below the stuffing and then hot glue it in place to make the neck of the snake.

4.     Finish stuffing the whole body.

5.     Fold the opening of the sock closed and hot glue it closed. (If you want to you can sew this closed.)

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6.     Last hot glue the snake on the bottom of the head and the eyes on the top.

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9 thoughts on “JANUARY CRAFT- SOCK SNAKE!!

  1. Very cute…! 🙂

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  3. Adorable!! 🙂 I don’t think I have any cool looking socks like that but I would probably make a catnip sock snake for the fur children. Love the idea.

  4. I hope Mom makes me one of these. It’s SO cute.

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

  5. That reminds me of a song…. I don’t like old sneaky snake, he laughs too much you see…. when he goes slithering through the grass, it tickles his underneath!

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