Here is a nice little gift to make for a basketball fanatic. Just the perfect size to put an extra t-shirt, a second underwear, socks and a pair of shorts. Easy to make, stylish and practical.

Step 1: Get Everything

You will need :

A basketball (duh)  OR : Soccer ball, Football, Rugby ball, Handball, Volleyball, Beach ball... Be creative
A zipper
2 key-chain rings (or shower curtain rings)
Neoprene glue (more flexible than most glues)
A strap (look in your drawers. Most sport bags come with a strap)
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G&eacute;nial! I love it! Plus thanks to you I discovered this brillant website! <br>
C'est vraiment SUPER! J'ai mis un lien vers votre projet sur mon site. Vous pouvez consulter la page ici:<br>http://www.lescreateliers.com/Les_Createliers/Idees_Ideas/Entries/2012/1/5_Sac-ballonBasketball_bag.html<br>Merci pour cet excellent tuto!<br>Marie-Eve
Really creative, I think I might have a popped soccer ball laying around somewhere that is begging for a new life!
Love it! It's so simple to!
tr&egrave;s bonne id&eacute;e !!!
Thanks everyone.
Very good, I like it so much!
One of the best DIY I've seen around ever since I got here! Keep up the creativity!
Looks totally awesome, I'm gonna make one!
totaly epic. i'm gona make one for my son from a soccerball! thanks so much for this AWESOME idea!
THATS GREAT!so creative it even gave me an idea u can glue some material of a cool looking tshirt to it and add stuff and it will be a round bag!creative :)
I love this idea! :)
This looks really fun! I really like your idea and anyone can use it.

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