How to Make a Football From Paper

How To : Make a paper football launcher

Use paper to be creative and engage in some easy crafts to create something out of a simple piece of paper. 1. In this paper craft start by creating a paper football and a paper boat. They are quite easy to make, and if you do not know how to do them you can easily find videos ...more

How To : Make a well balanced paper football

This video helps us learn how to make a well-balanced paper football. Get a square paper. Fold the paper in half. Fold it again in the same direction. Fold the paper diagonally to make a triangle. Flip the triangle up so the point lines up with the left edge. Continue folding ...more

How To : Do basic folds to make a paper football

In this video we learn how to do basic folds to make a paper football. First, fold a piece of paper in half and then fold each half in towards the center crease. Next, choose one and turn it over to make a triangle. Then, flip this triangle up and make another triangle. Contin ...more

How To : Make a paper football that flies

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a paper football. First, take a piece of copy paper and fold 1/3 of the paper and crease it. Next, do this again until you reach the top of the paper, you should have three folds in total. Next, fold one side into a triangle shape, and th ...more

How To : Make a paper football for 1 dollar

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a paper football for 1 dollar. First, grab your paper and fold it in half length wise. Next, make sure the crease is nice and clean, then fold it length wise once more. Now, fold one of the corners up into a triangle shape, marking the cr ...more

How To : Make a perfect paper football

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a perfect paper football. First, fold the paper in half, length wise. Next, fold it again the same way and fold the crease. Now, rip a small section of the top part and discard. Now, fold the paper in the middle to make a sort of "l" shap ...more

How To : Make a simple origami paper football

In this tutorial we learn how to make a simple origami paper football. First, grab a strip of paper of your choice of size. Then, fold the bottom over into a triangle shape. Then, fold this up where the last fold ended. Continue to fold up until you reach the top of the strip ...more

How To : Make a paper football for distance

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a paper football for distance. First, take a piece of copy paper and fold it in half on both sides, then fold in half again, making a crease. Next, fold the bottom of the paper down into a triangle shape. Continue to fold this down, makin ...more

How To : Make a paper football with different papers

In this video we learn how to make a paper football with different papers. First, grab the papers that you want to use and then cut a strip off of them. Once you do this, you will fold the told of the paper down in a triangle. After this, fold down the triangle many times down ...more

How To : Make a paper football that flies well

This video tutorial is in the Arts & Crafts category which will show you how to make a paper football that flies well. For this you will need a piece of paper. Fold it half way along the longer side. Open it up, flip it over and fold it again. Now tear it along the fold. Now f ...more

How To : Make a paper football with a 20\$ bill

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a paper football with a \$20 bill. First, take the bill and fold it in half length wise. Next, take the bill and fold one of the ends into a triangular shape. After this, fold the triangle over and keep doing this until you get to the end. ...more

How To : Make a paper football with basic folding technique

If you want to know how to make a paper football easily, you should watch this. Things you'll need: paper, scissors. 1. Fold the paper vertically. 2. Fold little triangles starting at the bottom and working your way to the top. 3. When you get to the top, tuck the extra paper ...more

How To : Make different kinds of paper footballs

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make paper footballs. Begin by cutting a straight strip of paper. The wider the width, the larger the football will be. Then fold the edge into a right triangle shape and continue folding the strip in the right triangle pattern. Onc ...more

How To : Fold an origami paper football

This origami video shows you how to make a paper football (American rules football). This is probably one of the first folds I ever learned to make, and I don't really consider it origami... but at the same time, I thought it might be fun since the BCS football bowl games and ...more

How To : Weave a Greek paper football

Learn how to weave a Greek paper ball. The holes look like the pentagons on a football.

How To : Fold a very simple paper football

In this video we learn how to fold a very simple paper football. First, take a piece of paper and cut out a strip from it or fold it into a strip. After this, fold a triangle in the strip of paper. Once you have this, fold up to create another triangle and keep folding up unti ...more

How To : Craft a paper football

In this video we learn how to craft a paper football. First, take a sheet of paper and cut it into a strip. After this, take the strip and fold down the top into a triangle. Then, continue to fold the triangle down until you reach the end of the strip. You will have an extra f ...more

How To : Create a paper football

In this video we learn how to create a paper football. First, take a piece of paper and fold it in half vertically. After this, create a crease and cut this in half with scissors. From here, fold the bottom of the paper into a triangle after folding the paper in half once more ...more

How To : Create a simple paper football

In this video we learn how to create a simple paper football. First, fold off a strip of a piece of paper and then cut it or rip it off the page. After this, grab the bottom of the paper and fold it into a triangle. From here, fold the triangle up and then continue to fold it ...more

How To : Fold a simple origami paper football

You don't need a real football in your hand to have fun. In fact, all you need is a piece of paper, some instructions, and a good imagination to play a rough and tumble game. If it's a slow day at the office, follow these steps to turn a simple sheet of paper into an afternoo ...more

How To : Draw Stewie from "Family Guy" easily

In this video, a young boy shows us exactly how simple and easy it is to draw Stewie from "The Family Guy". Using a piece of paper and a writing or drawing instrument, anyone can learn how to draw this easy cartoon character's face. You should start with the outline of his hea ...more

How To : Dominate the New York Times Crossword Puzzle

First off, don't be frustrated. YOU CAN DO IT! Contrary to the message in the image above, it's NOT over. It's just beginning. And when it comes to solving the New York Times crossword puzzle, the old cliche does apply: practice makes perfect. I've read quite a few books and ...more

How To : Get the quarterback in 3-4 coverage in Madden NFL 08

To be the best at the Madden NFL video game, you have to be willing to get advice, but not just any old advice... professional advice. To beat everyone, you have to be ruthless and know all of the strategies and gameplay tricks. To master Madden 08, check out this quick, footb ...more

News : 10 Argentine hooligans are deported... is it just us?

In the news this past couple of days, we've heard of about 10 Argentine hooligans being deported back to Argentina before the start of the World Cup. I'm glad for the South African authorities showing that they have a firm grasp of security leading up to Friday's kick-off, and ...more

How To : Keep score in bowling

Bowling was at one time such a popular sport that it preempted such sports as college football, baseball and basketball on Saturday-morning sports broadcasts. So what's all the fuss about? And how do you keep score in bowling, anyway? With this helpful two-part pinhead's guide ...more

How To : Organize a pool for the big football game

Whether you're rooting for one of the teams or just love a contest, a pool will have you cheering. You will need: a poster board a marker a ruler a few pens participants scissors scrap paper a hat or bowl a photocopier a computer printer (optional) an actual interest in footba ...more

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UK-based designer Dominic Wilcox's Speed Creating Project presents the challenge of making something creative everyday, for 30 consecutive days. Wilcox's best results are pointless in an utterly delightful way. True junk drawer resourcefulness. My 7 favorites below; click thro ...more

How To : Inflate Any Ball Without a Pump or Needle

What happens when you find your ball deflated and there's no pump or needle in sight? You could always cancel your plans of kicking around the soccer ball or starting that pickup football game in the park. Better yet, you could be terribly clever and find another way to get ai ...more

How To : Watch the 2013 Super Bowl XLVII Commercials Live Online

It's almost here. Another year has come and gone, and it's time to watch the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers battle it out in New Orleans for Super Bowl XLVII. For the truly football-obsessed, this Sunday is a day almost as exciting as Christmas. Personally, I jus ...more

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Usually paper beats rock. With augmented reality, The Rock beats paper. Using the Life VR app for iOS or Android, Entertainment Weekly readers can point their smartphones at the cover of the Dec. 8 edition to view a holiday greeting from Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, star of the ...more

News : Watch a Piece of Paper Get Destroyed with 7 Folds

It's almost impossible to fold a piece of paper in half more than seven times under normal circumstances. Sure, the guys on MythBusters managed to fold a piece of paper eleven times, but they used a sheet of paper the size of a football field and needed the help of a forklift ...more

How To : Get Snapchat's Super Bowl Filters & Show Your Eagles or Patriots Pride

Snapchat has been known to jazz it up for big events. They went deep on the Grammys, taking you behind the scenes — and adding a James Corden lens to boot. So when Snapchat had a super cool filter up their sleeve for Super Bowl LII, we weren't exactly shocked. Snapchat's Supe ...more

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Every year, football fans get excited about the next crop of blue chip prospects joining their teams, from five-star high school recruits graduating to college to first-round rookies drafted into the NFL. Those who follow the game more closely realize that, despite their prom ...more

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