1. Paper or tin foil (a baseball is more difficult but it will also wor.)
2. Tons of rubber bands (you can buy them almost anywhere)
3. About 15 minutes of your life
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step 1. crumple up your foil or paper and wrap one rubber band to hold its sphere shape
step 2. wrap one more rubber band, so when you are done with that, the bands will make a cross shape (or a plus sign for those mathematically-inclined people)
Step 3: DIY Make Your Own Rubber Band Ball!
step 3. keep adding rubber bands. put them in different directions so, when you've finished the ball, it isn't a big clump of bands.
step 4. make it as big as you want it. Golf ball to tennis ball sized is perfect. now go have fun. (there is another step after this that is really cool)
Step 5: DIY Make Your Own Rubber Band Ball!
games and ideas: tennis, baseball (when you play baseball with it,it SOARS FAR), throw it against a hard wall (not the kitchen wall in your new house,Ayden:)!!)
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