Introduction: Water Bottle Paper Football Goal Post
Want to flick some paper football field goals? No one home to make you a goal post out of their fingers? Forgot to steal a miniature goal post from your last Super Bowl party? Look to further, the Water Bottle Paper Football Goal Post is here!
Step 1: Gather Your Items
1. Two water bottles (I used 12 FL OZ Poland Spring bottles, but use whatever you have and is more comfortable to you)
2. A double sided pencil (Break the eraser off of a regular pencil and sharpen that side. Don't break off to much because the bottom will be too short and will be harder to flick a field goal)
1. Hot glue or Tape (to hold the pencil in better)
2. Marbles (the same amount in both bottles so that they don't fall easily)
Step 2: Poke a Hole in the First Bottle
Using one side of the pencil, poke a hole into the first bottle. With my bottle, I used where the label ends as my spot to poke the hole, but with different bottles its different.
Step 3: Half Way There!
It should look something like this:
Step 4: Poke a Hole in the Second Bottle
Pull the pencil out of the first bottle and use it to make a poke in the second bottle.
Step 5: Fix It Up a Bit
Move the pencil around to change the length of the bottom of the goal post. The shorter the more challenging.
Step 6: You're Done!
This is what the finished product should look like:
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