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    Picture your big league dreams

    topimage_SportsTradingCards
     Promote your little athlete’s love of the game by turning their picture into a pack of unique sport trading cards.

    What You'll Need:

    • Picture of your athlete
    • Glue
    • Scissors
    • 3.5 x 5 in. sheet of “Statistics” printed by hand or computer

    30 min
    time to complete
    Skill Level 2
    skill level

    How to Make it:

    step1
    Choose a picture
     Look for an action shot of your child playing their favorite sport or find one that shows them in uniform. Even arrange a fun shot of them looking at the camera in uniform holding a ball or some of their sport equipment.

    step11(11)
    Print your pictures

    Arrange four 3.5 x 5 in. pictures on one sheet, then print as many as you need.

    step17(17)
    Print a Statistics page

    Print your little pro’s “Statistics” in a 3.5 x 5 in. area on a sheet of paper. Include the following information:
    • name
    • team name
    • position
    • jersey number
    • accomplishments or awards

     

    step18(18)
    Assemble the Cards

    Cut out the stats and glue them to the back of each card.

    step1(1)
    Trade ‘em

    Your child will enjoy trading their cards with fellow teammates and friends at school. Plus, these cards make ideal gifts to share with Grandparents, other relatives, and friends of the family. Now everyone can be up to date on your child’s sporting news.