Baseball Crafts for Kids

Opening Day is here and soon enough we’ll be able to take our friends and family out to the ball game again! In the meantime, the baseball fanatic in your home, can celebrate America’s pastime with this collection of baseball crafts.

Photo credit: Little Family Fun

Baseball Lacing Activity

Practice motor skills and appreciating baseball with this idea. Little Family Fun shows you how to make your own lacing activity for your lil’ slugger.

Photo credit: Glued to my Crafts Blog

Paper Plate Baseball

For those who aren’t allowed to play ball in the house (I think that’s all of us!), this craft project from Glued to My Crafts is for them. Turn an everyday paper plate into a game-ready baseball.

Photo credit: sportsroses.com/ellasmommy87 on Pinterest

DIY Baseball Pendant Necklaces

Surprise your child’s baseball team at the end of a great season with a personalized baseball necklace. Basic washers are turned into pendants in this project presented by Sports Roses.

Photo credit: I Can Find the Time

Baseball String Bracelet

For older baseball lovers, a well-used baseball gets a second life as a cool bracelet, thanks to I Can Find the Time.

This post was originally published in 2016 and is updated regularly. 


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