So I’m down with fan costumes and merchandise. Now it’s on to college sport craft projects. You might’ve noticed that unlike the NFL craft post, I didn’t include a picture of myself. Mostly because I don’t have any college sport craft projects so I decided to go with the college football fan map instead. I figured since college football season is soon to begin next week. And if I decide to go with a craft post during March Madness, I’ll use a basketball one. Anyway, you may not think that sports and crafts go together if you haven’t been on Pinterest or Etsy. Yet, even though more men like sports and women do crafts, understand that there are plenty of female sports fans out there as well a guys who do crafts. Then there are college athletes like famed Penn State football player Rosie Grier who later played for the LA Rams and took up needlepoint as a hobby. If you look on Pinterest, you’ll find a lot more sports team crafts on there than you can imagine. However, when it came to looking for craft projects in college sports, it’s a bit tricky. Along with the merchandise, I had to google names of several different colleges to find them. Because if you just type anything relating to college sports crafts, you’ll just end up finding stuff mostly from Alabama and LSU trust me. So for your reading pleasure, I give you a treasure trove of the unique craft projects of college sports. Most of the craft projects featured will be representative of Division I teams, naturally.
- Any Iowa Hawkeye fan would love to drink from this painted wine glass.
Of course, these glasses are never for drinking. But I’m sure Iowa fans would want one anyway.
2. Tennessee Volunteer fans would definitely adore this football door hanging.
It’s in orange and white with polka dot lines. But it’s a rather charming football decoration.
3. With an old window frame and tiles, you’ll have this Alabama Crimson Tide board.
You can even use it to write things down like a shopping list or Alabama’s football record. This person uses chalk.
4. Any Mountaineers fan would surely envy anyone with this WVU quilt.
Sure it might not look like much. But it’s sure to keep warm during cold evening games in Morgantown.
5. Georgia Bulldog fans will definitely want a wreath like this for their front door.
Yes, it may seem quite fancy from what you’d expect from a college sports wreath. But fans are bound to love it.
6. This Iowa State wreath is all covered in ribbons.
Iowa State is the other Iowa university but the one you probably don’t hear about. Unless you live in Iowa. However, its fanbase is mostly concentrated around Ames.
7. At this house marks Mountaineer country.
Yes, this is a WVU ribbon wreath. But I think the arrow really makes it work here.
8. Anyone at Happy Valley will love these Penn State pillow cushions.
This is a fairly simple design with just “We Are Penn State.” But it’s effective.
9. This WVU wreath will make a welcome addition to almost any West Virginia door.
Yes, it’s another WVU wreath. But I really like this design and how the letter stand out that I had to put it in the post.
10. This UNC wreath is certainly a charm on any front door.
This one has white and silver berries as well as shiny ribbon. And the UNC letters are in a whimsical font.
11. Any fan of the Buckeyes will want this Ohio State pallet on their wall.
It depicts the Ohio State logo with the state of Ohio. What Ohio State fan wouldn’t want that?
12. University of Washington Huskies fans might like to have these blocks on their mantle.
Sure each may have a decoration. But “Huskies” is in purple in order to really stand out. Adorable.
13. Sometimes at Ohio State, it’s best to aim for simplicity.
This Ohio State ribbon wreath does exactly that. Just the logo and flowers. That’s it.
14. When it counts, best to have Auburn University in big bright letters.
Yes, it might require electricity and somewhere to be plugged in. But you have to admit, it’s a dazzling sight.
15. Kansas State Wildcat fans might go with a simpler approach to their front door.
This purple yarn wreath only has KSU, a white flower, and a white ribbon. But it looks charming just the same.
16. Even a Fightin’ Irish need some rest which this Notre Dame chair is well suited for.
This is a wooden chair painted with Notre Dame colors. And yes, the Fightin’ Leprechaun is in the seat.
17. Any Oregon Duck fan will want to hang this decomesh wreath on their door.
This one has the Oregon University colors as well as two ribbons. Love the decorations on this.
18. Penn State will always remain with Nittany Lion fans forever.
Penn State fans seem to be that way for some reason, especially the alumni. Of course, my dad didn’t care for Joe Pa he was a major reason why PSU didn’t play Pitt for decades.
19. For Purdue Boilermaker fans, this bottle lamp will light up a room.
Purdue is in Indiana. They’re called the Boilermakers because of the railroad system. And their Boilermaker Special mascot is a nice, shiny train.
20. With old junk, you can make a charming Crimson Tide elephant.
This was made from old license plates and a shovel. I think it looks better than Alabama’s real mascot.
21. Longhorns fan should store their candy in this handy dispenser.
I’ve put a lot of these in various craft posts. But this seems to only require a flower pot and a fish bowl as far as I’m concerned.
22. Iowa Hawkeye fans will want to cuddle with this Iowa pillow.
It’s a pillow of the state of Iowa. And I guess the heart is where the University of Iowa is. Makes sense.
23. This Alabama Crimson Tide wreath is great to hang anywhere.
This uses yarn and houndsooth ribbon as well as an “A” and flowers. Any Tide fan would want to roll with it.
24. Tell your Texas team to “Hook Em’ Horns” with this wreath.
Yes, it’s a University of Texas decomesh wreath. No, I don’t like the colors. But at least a Longhorn fan might enjoy it.
25. A Michigan State Spartan fan must keep warm with a knitted hat like this.
It’s a knitted Spartan hat. May not protect you in battle against the Persians. But will keep you warm in Michigan weather.
26. Any Auburn Tiger fan should have a floral wreath at their door.
Well, this is lovely. Love the ribbon and blue flowers. Gives a nice homey feel.
27. For Gamecocks fans, this University of South Carolina wreath should suit your fancy.
If it wasn’t for the darker red and the logo, I would’ve thought it was a Crimson Tide wreath. And yes, their team is called the Gamecocks. I did not make that up.
28. No Nittany Lion fan could ever resist this PSU wine glass.
Sure it’s not as fancy as the Iowa wine glass. But it does have a certain charm to it. Like the ribbon.
29. Light up the room at night with this wooden WVU lantern.
It’s very simple but it’s well painted with blue and yellow. Perfect for any Mountaineer fan.
30. This yarn Michigan Wolverine wreath has an intricate floral design.
Guess it took a lot of time with the decorations. But it certainly looks lovely in front of the window.
31. There’s nothing more quaint than a yarn Baylor wreath.
This wreath may use a green and yellow diamond pattern. But it’s certainly a wonder to look at.
32. Blue ribbons and baubles go great with a yellow WVU window frame.
Love the decor on this. Great to hang on the wall. Who knew West Virginians could be so creative?
33. This Notre Dame wreath will make a rustic addition to any Fightin’ Irish home.
Sure it might not be as showy as some of the wreaths. But I like the wooden panel as well as the ribbons on here.
34. This simple frame will satisfy any Crimson Tide fan.
It just has a lovely bow and “Bama.” What more can a Tide fan want?
35. Auburn Tigers should carry their things in this bucket.
This is decorated in orange and navy blue polka dots. And it’s lined with a striped orange ribbon.
36. This Nebraska Husker wreath is made of rather fine feathers.
Well, fake feathers, anyway. But you have to love how the decorated N really stands out.
37. Don’t worry this, LSU Tiger crab won’t hurt you.
Yes, it’s a LSU crab and it’s painted as a tiger for decorative purposes. I know what you’re thinking but to me, it’s cool.
38. Make your Spartan pride soar with this Michigan State bottle lamp.
I know it has an “S” on it. But it’s representative of Michigan State. Don’t ask me how that works.
39. Let the light in with this Michigan State Spartan suncatcher.
Of course, it’s not really a craft project. But since some people do make their own suncatchers, I’ll allow it.
40. Georgia Southern Eagles fans should really enjoy a wreath like this.
I know the Georgia Southern Eagles aren’t as popular as the Georgia Bulldogs. But I love GSU’s color scheme.
41. Any Hawkeye fan could ever dream of having this Iowa table.
I think this was more of pet project and is probably not for sale. But I can see why they’d take pride in producing it.
42. Any Wolverine fan would treasure this stained glass Michigan block.
This stained glass block is surely a gem. Like how the light shines through the blue and gold.
43. A UCLA Bruins fan should keep their head snug with this crocheted cap.
Bruins are bears, by the way. Just so you didn’t know that. Yet, the light blue and yellow go very well with the bear ears.
44. This striped LSU Tiger wreath certainly has character.
Yes, it may have a few flowers. But the real spirit in this wreath is in the purple and gold stripes.
45. If your baby needs to rest on the go, this Mizzou cover will do quite nicely.
Well, that looks quite cute. Like the stripes on it. Very creative.
46. For Clemson Tiger fans, there’s nothing to hate about this wreath.
I think this person used letter tiles for this. Gives the wreath its whimsical charm.
47. This Alabama Crimson Tide owl is certainly a hoot.
The owl is red with houndsooth wings. But fans will surely find it adorable.
48. This Notre Dame bauble wreath will surely make the game a festive occasion.
The baubles may be made from glass and metal. But it’s great for a Christmas decoration if the Fightin’ Irish make the BCS Bowl series.
49. Any FSU fan would envy anyone with a mosaic Seminole table.
Someone seems to have too much time on their hands to do this. But I do admire the craftsmanship.
50. Any Penn State football fan would adore these Nittany Lion nesting dolls.
Not sure who all these players are. But I do think these dolls are very well made. Lovely.
51. This LSU deco mesh wreath will make any game a party.
Sure it might not have any Mardi Gras beads. But it has tiger stripes on the letters so that’s something.
52. A true Ohio State fan would certainly hang this buckeye wreath on their front door.
This is decorated with buckeye nuts and moss. Very fitting with the Ohio State spirit and very creative.
53. State College birds will rejoice with this Penn State birdhouse.
This one has a license plate over it. Not sure if it enhances the appeal. But Nittany Lion fans will enjoy it.
54. This glass window is sure to make any Georgia Bulldogs fan rejoice.
Yes, it’s an old window that’s decorated with Georgia Bulldog stuff. A must for any diehard fan.
55. This little Ohio State lighthouse is sure to be a Buckeye delight.
This is a light that’s made from flower pots. Like the lamp on the top as well as the painting.
56. Nothing is more festive for a Notre Dame game than this Mardi Gras bead wreath.
An LSU one would’ve been more appropriate. But I really like this Notre Dame one for some reason. Perhaps blue and gold are a great combination.
57. This Iowa end table will go quite nicely at any Hawkeye home.
Has Iowa on all sides in wooden letters. And it’s certainly well painted. Someone must have too much time on their hands.
58. Nittany Lions fans are bound to fawn over this Penn State wreath.
It’s deco mesh with ribbons. But it also has a wooden Penn State panel in the center where it counts.
59. These crocheted Purdue booties would be great for any little Boilermaker.
They even have Purdue ribbons along with the gold and black. So cute.
60. No little Mountaineer could resist this plush WVU rabbit.
Hell, this rabbit is so adorable that even parents might want it. Anyone WVU fan would want to cuddle with it. So cute.
61. Kick back and relax in these Michigan State Spartan lawn chairs.
They even come in a set with a Spartan head rest. Great for outdoor home tailgate parties.
62. Light up your Mountaineer nights with this WVU bottle light.
Seems to glow brighter than a couch fire in Morgantown. Love the blue ribbon.
63. Any LSU Tiger fan could not resist these stained glass bottle lights.
Like how they have the purple paw prints with the LSU letters. Really brings out the light. Love these.
64. Red and black go quite well with this wreath from Texas Tech.
Texas Tech University may not have team as popular as the Longhorns. But you have to admit, the Red Raiders have a great color scheme that works.
65. This medal Auburn sign has the Tigers’ classic cry.
Not sure about the deal with “War Eagle!” is since their mascot is the Tiger. But I do love the ribbons and font on this.
66. Wildcat fans would surely love to have this Kentucky rag wreath on their door.
Haven’t had anything from the University of Kentucky on here yet. Still, this one has stripes as well as whimsical font to go with it.
67. This fleur de lis door hanging will go well at any LSU Tiger house in Baton Rouge.
This one even has tiger stripe ribbons and purple deco mesh. Love it.
68. This Penn State wreath has a down home rustic charm.
Sure it might not use a lot of decorations. But the ribbon on the navy blue makes it so lovely.
69. This Michigan State quilt will keep any Spartan warm.
Like how they had a patchwork S. It’s in green but has a certain charm to it if you ask me.
70. Any child who loves the UCLA Bruins would want to cover up with this doll.
Well, it’s not exactly a teddy bear. But it’s adorable in a Tim Burtonesque sort of way. Cute.
71. Keep warm during the Hawkeye game with this Iowa quilt.
Unlike some of the quilts I’ve seen, this one has a nice patchwork design. Like the Hawkeyes in the corners.
72. As well all know, Notre Dame is the pride of old Indiana.
Of course, Notre Dame is perhaps the most interesting thing to come out of Indiana. But the gold logo looks really cool in the blue background.
73. Ohio birds are sure to adore this Buckeye approved Ohio State birdhouse.
Yes, it may look like a small, wooden birdhouse. But the Ohio State logo surrounds the hole.
74. For a Texas A&M fan, this Aggie cross is a holy relic.
This is made of wood and has stripes on a panel. Yes, this is a Christian symbol but I’ll allow it since it’s a work of art.
75. This WVU light post will lead you to Mountaineer country.
This lamp post might have blue arrows leading to where you need to go. Is quite quaint on any lawn. Love it.
76. Black and red flowers go great on any Georgia Bulldog wreath.
For a team with a rather intimidating mascot, this is a very beautiful wreath. I’m sure any fan would enjoy this in their home.
77. Perhaps a Florida Gators fan can go with a more floral look.
The flowers may be fake in this but they’re certainly lovely. Doesn’t hurt if the gator is in the center.
78. Grace your front door with this Notre Dame wreath in full Fightin’ Irish glory.
Love how the gold logo stands out from the blue. Wouldn’t mind having this at my door. Not sure if I’d want a Notre Dame one though.
79. Mizzou Tiger fans can’t resist this wreath.
This is a gold wreath with a black Mizzou ribbon. Very well done, according to what some fans may say.
80. No Seminole can’t resist this FSU flower pot football player.
Yes, this is an FSU flower pot person who’s made from flower pots. And yes, it’s certainly adorable.