Lego Baseball Holder

Introduction: Lego Baseball Holder

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I'm sure you have a very important baseball somewhere that may be signed or something. And I'm sure you don't want to spend money on getting a stand for it, so why not make a cheap and easy one out of Legos.

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Step 1: Starting

You will now make a two brick high 10 dots by 10 dots base.

Step 2: Adding Onto Base

Now add a cross on the bottom of the base.

Step 3: Still Making the Base

Now the cross you just made add one more layer.

Step 4: The Bridge

You will now make the "bridge". Look at the picture for help.

Step 5: The Individuals

Now make the "individuals" (there are 2). Look a the pictures for help.

Step 6: Put It Together!

Now assemble all that you just made (and a baseball) and create a baseball stand. Add the bridge across the cross and the individuals on the sides of the bridge.

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    7 Discussions

    I made a baseball stand with assorted colors, and it was pretty high, with four pillars. the only thing different was that i put some rounded pieces on the tops of the pillars were the baseball rested so the studs wouldn't leave indentions. but i do like this version better because it is shorter and much more stable. you kinda had to prop the baseball just right on my stand so it would collapse, plus, i had to put it on the end table was into the corner of the wall to add some more stability. i though about reenforcing it with some cross beams, but i thought i would then just look like bulk of colorful bricks. the only thing id change about this is to add some round pieces for protection of the ball.

    (the first picture is of the stand, and the second is of the rounded parts that are lego pen pieces that protect the ball with a stud under them so they connect properly.)

    I dont know, maybe ill just keep mine the way it is, but good job anyways!

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    6 years ago

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