Paper Plate Autographed Baseball Card for Dad

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Paper Plate Autographed Baseball Card for Dad by Amanda Formaro for Spoonful
Total Time 30 minutes or less Ages preschooler

Does your dad love baseball? Bet he'd love an autographed baseball for his collection! He'll love it even more when he finds out it's YOUR autograph he's getting.

What you'll need

  • Paper plate
  • 12-inch piece red yarn
  • Tools: hole puncher, red marker, black pen

How to make it

  1. Paper Plate Autographed Baseball Card for Dad by Amanda Formaro for Spoonful

    Use a red marker to draw two curved lines on the paper plate for the baseball.

  2. Paper Plate Autographed Baseball Card for Dad by Amanda Formaro for Spoonful

    Draw stitches on with red marker.

  3. Paper Plate Autographed Baseball Card for Dad by Amanda Formaro for Spoonful

    Use a black pen to write your message on the plate and "sign" your autograph!

  4. Paper Plate Autographed Baseball Card for Dad by Amanda Formaro for Spoonful

    Fold the paper plate in half and punch a hole at the end (will be at the top and bottom when open). Tie a piece of red yarn through the holes to hold your card closed.

    On the outside of the paper plate write: "I got you an autographed baseball for Father's Day!"

    Then write "OPEN" with an arrow pointing to the yarn bow. When open the yarn can be used as a hanger, it makes a fun decoration for dad's office or the fridge!

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