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Steps

Step #1:

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Tennis Ball Random Goods Holder
  1. Using the utility knife, cut the tennis ball in half. Be careful with this, as tennis balls are not easy to cut.

Step #2:

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Tennis Ball Random Goods Holder
  1. Rotate the ball halves so the open ends are facing away from each other. Depending on how you want the holder to look, you can line them up evenly or you can angle them for a more interesting look. Don’t angle them too much, or the holder won’t be able to hold anything.

Step #3:

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Tennis Ball Random Goods Holder
  1. Use superglue to glue the two halves together at the angle you’ve chosen.

Step #4:

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Tennis Ball Random Goods Holder
  1. It can now be used to hold rings, pennies, paper clips, or any other random object you have lying around.

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