Flower Power Crayon Holder

Add creative flair to your kid’s study-table with this colorful crayon holder that’s made using Cheerios® cereal - ready in just 20 minutes.

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  • prep time 0 min
  • total time 20 min
  • ingredients 8
  • servings 1
 

Ingredients

Scissors
Blue construction paper
Clean, empty soup can
Glue
Green construction paper
Green pipe cleaners
Small colorful pom-poms
Cheerios™ cereal

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  • 1 Cut the blue paper to cover the outside of the soup can. Attach it with glue.
  • 2 Cut the green construction paper to look like grass. Glue it to the bottom of the blue paper around the can.
  • 3 Cut the pipe cleaners to make flower stems. Attach them to the can with glue. Glue 1 pom-pom at the top of each stem to make the center of a flower. Glue cereal around the pom-pom to make flower petals.
  • 1 Cut the blue paper to cover the outside of the soup can. Attach it with glue.
  • 2 Cut the green construction paper to look like grass. Glue it to the bottom of the blue paper around the can.
  • 3 Cut the pipe cleaners to make flower stems. Attach them to the can with glue. Glue 1 pom-pom at the top of each stem to make the center of a flower. Glue cereal around the pom-pom to make flower petals.

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Crayons were introduced in 1903. The first box of crayons had only eight colors!

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