Money Serpent by Clay Randall

Money Serpent

by Clay Randall

money serpent
This money serpent is by Clay Randall and used to be found on this web site: http://members.cox.net/crandall11/money/snake/
But this site is no longer active and we have captured the image and reproduce it here.

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Money Serpent Instructions

I was fooling around with a rolled up bill one time, and this just sorta came out. It reminded me of the snake/’serpent’ from the cartoon strip B.C.


money serpent
Start by rolling the bill into a tube. (Here are instructions for getting the bill rolled up that way. I use these tubes in the spider and eyeglasses as well.)


money serpent
Fold back and forth until it looks like this. Really. While this one is laying on its side on the flatbed scanner, these little guys will actually stand up on a reasonably flat, level surface if you’re careful making them.

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