DIY Foosball Game Shoebox
Easily stowable this homemade foosball game can keep your kiddos busy for hours. It is easily made from a recycled shoebox, dowels, clothespins, and paint. The instructions provided will help you make one of your own.
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Here is a fun, foosball game you can make for your kids. What's great is afterwards it is easy to store!
Note: There are different styles you can use to make your foosball game. This is my twist/take for my kids to play with.
Total Time: 30 minutes
- 4 wooden dowels
- acrylic paint & paint brush
- 8 clip style clothespins
- tempera paint
- Paint 3 wooden dowels with your choice of colors - I used red and blue each. Allow paint to dry.
- Depending on your shoe box (you may have to cut the lid off and save for storage if you want) or, use a shoebox with a detachable lid.
- Use paint or tempura paint and color clothespins - 4 red, 4 blue.
- Poke holes on both sides of the box to insert the wooden dowels. Attach clothespins, two each, to coordinating colors.
- Add a ball and you're ready to play!
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