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Shark Straws tutorial: Drink Up!

DIY Shark Straws

July 24, 2017 Sarah Coggins
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Ready to celebrate Shark Week with a fun themed drink? Take it up a notch by adding shark straws. These are easy to create and will be the talk of the party!

DIY Shark Straws Tutorial

Supplies

  • Flexible straws
  • Plastic shark toys
  • Drill
  • Safety Glasses


Instructions

Step 1 Select a drill bit of equal size to your straws and, carefully, drill a hole from the toy shark‘s mouth toward it’s belly. Be sure to wear safety glasses to protect your eyes. A vise to secure the toy while drilling may also come in handy.

Step 2 Thoroughly wash the toy shark using liquid dish soap to clean. Allow to air dry if you have time. Or, use a towel to quickly dry it.

Shark Straws Tutorial Collage

Step 3 Insert a flexible straw through the toy shark’s mouth and slide the toy up to the bend in the straw.

Step 4 Place the shark straw into your drink and enjoy!

Shark Straws tutorial: Drink Up!

Cheers!

When the party is over, remove the straws, wash the sharks, and stash them away for next year.


Looking for more shark inspired fun? Check out our Shark Watermelon (perfect for parties!) and fun Shark Egg Carton Craft.

 

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