Now it’s on to the crafts which I have more enjoyment compiling on this blog than the merchandise. Mostly because the craft projects seem more creative to look at and I don’t have to see a lot of stuff that might make me cringe. Then again, you might’ve noticed why some NFL teams might appear on these posts than others. Well, the map might provide a reason for that. As you see here, some NFL teams might have larger fan bases either due to geography, population shifts, or what not. Geography is usually a dominating factor as seen by the map. But you might notice that some teams tend to have fans well beyond their geographic range. This might be due to some fans moving to different places, the brand of the team, or other mitigating factors. It’s complicated. Nevertheless, it does explain why I’m bound to find so many craft projects inspired by the Dallas Cowboys and barely any relating to the New York Jets on Pinterest. So before the first NFL games of the season, I give you another treasure trove of NFL craft projects that aren’t licensed by the NFL and are probably less expensive to make anyway.
- This Denver Broncos apothecary jar is great for storing candy.
Sure the candy may be red. But the colors certainly embody the Broncos’ mile high spirit.
2. This stained glass decanter is just perfect for anyone who supports the Baltimore Ravens.
This is especially when one’s anticipating that their team will have as shitty season as last year like the Ravens did. Still, the design is quite ornate.
3. Light up a room with this Pittsburgh Steeler glass block.
Just an old window glass block with a light bulb in it to spread out the light. Is topped off with a black and gold ribbon.
4. Show the Atlanta Falcons are the pride of Georgia with this wooden pallet.
Though my relatives from Georgia might beg to differ. Still, this is a rather artistic design Falcons fans would love to have.
5. Lounge around outside this season with a San Francisco 49ers lawn chair.
Another wooden masterpiece. Just a lawn chair painted with colors belonging to the 49ers which fans might want to have.
6. Any female Ravens fan would just love to have these feathered earrings.
Yes, they’re certainly fitting for a team with a black bird mascot. But this does not mean they’d go well on just about anything.
7. A wreath supporting the Cincinnati Bengals always has to be striped.
At least it doesn’t look as bad as the teams uniforms. Like the orange ribbon on this.
8. An Indianapolis Colts horsehoe could easily be made with buttons.
Well, blue and white buttons anyway. But if you decide to do so, always use buttons of different sizes.
9. Nothing inspires pride like this Dallas Cowboys quilt.
This is a mostly white and silver one with the trademark navy blue Dallas stars. Quite magnificent if you ask me.
10. This bauble wreath would look great on any door of an Indianapolis Colts fan.
But remember to handle this with care. Because baubles are rather delicate things that can easily break when dropped. Keep that in mind.
11. No Pittsburgh Steeler fan should ever be able to resist this little snowman.
Yes, this little guy is made of cloth and donning the black and gold. So adorable.
12. Any little girl can keep warm in the Mile High City with this crocheted Denver Broncos hat.
It’s even shaped as a football as well as has a bow and pom poms. So cute.
13. With this Baltimore Ravens wreath, Ravens games are a festive occasion.
Unless you’re my aunt living in Maryland. Then Ravens games where they beat the Steelers aren’t so much fun. Nor when they’re in the Super Bowl.
14. Always have your gear in store with this Dallas Cowboys cabinet.
Yes, this is a cabinet painted in Dallas Cowboy colors. Lovely color scheme but keep it away from my dad.
15. With the right colored strips, you can make a Denver Broncos pillow cushion.
This one uses Broncos, white, orange, and blue. Some of the material might be fuzzy according to the picture.
16. A little girl’s ears could be just as snug with this crocheted Green Bay Packers head band.
It even has a flower on it with a Green Bay Packers’ logo. So cute.
17. This crocheted cozy set is just the thing for Seattle Seahawks fans on game day.
Includes coasters, bowl warmers, and a table cloth. Perfect for gaming occasions.
18. Grace your door in Florida with this Miami Dolphins wreath.
I guess “Fins” is a team chant here. Because their mascot is the dolphin, get it? Still, dolphins can be quite vicious despite their cute image.
19. Ladies, step right out in style with these Oakland Raiders high heels shoes.
They come fully decorated in silver, white, and black. But I wouldn’t recommend you wear them when you’re at the stadium.
20. Seattle Seahawks fans will certainly envy anyone wearing a crocheted hat like this.
This one even has a flower on it, too. Like the navy blue and bright green stripes.
21. Keep your flowers growing with these Pittsburgh Steeler flower pots.
Notice how they’re all stacked together in the black and gold. Any gardener in Steeler nation has to have it.
22. A Seahawks bottle lamp looks great with glass stones all over it.
This is especially when they’re in blue, white, navy blue, and light green. Love the ribbons on the top.
23. Light up your living room with this New England Patriots bottle light.
Sure this may be plainer than the Seattle Seahawks one. But that doesn’t mean it’s better to those outside New England.
24. Your block is always safe with this Seattle Seahawks fire hydrant.
Sorry, but I don’t think this is for sale because it’s a fire hydrant. But since it’s painted in the Seahawks mode, it goes on this post.
25. This simple Steeler wreath is great for any Steeler house.
Since it consists of a yarn wreath Steeler logo. Doesn’t have anything else too fancy. Just a simple logo.
26. Be a diva in your tailgate kitchen with this New York Jets apron.
Due to having a small fanbase, I don’t find a lot of Jets stuff on Pinterest. But I have this on the post so Jets fans won’t be ignored.
27. This Dallas Cowboys cooler always brings the rustic tailgate touch.
Yes, it’s cooler even though it’s made of wood siding and resembles an end table and a wooden chest. Yes, those Cowboys fan can be pretty creative.
28. This Dallas Cowboys coffee table will certainly make fans green with envy.
Yes, Dallas Cowboy fans’ creativity should not be underestimated. Have to admire how this person used tiles on this wooden table. Lovely.
29. No Seattle Seahawks fan would want to go without a beaded medallion like this.
This one shows a realistically ferocious hawk in beaded for but in Seattle Seahawk colors. Amazing artistry.
30. Of course a Miami Dolphins wreath always has to have a dolphin.
And an aquamarine dolphin in front of the wreath, too. Even though most real life dolphins aren’t even that color.
31. Grace your Dallas door with this Cowboys shiny star yarn wreath.
It’s certainly a shiny wreath with a glittering star. Guess this person really wanted to stand out with their Cowboys pride.
32. Keep warm during the winter with your very own crocheted Seattle Seahawks afghan throw.
Guess this was made by someone with a little too much time on their hands. Still, you have to love the detail on this.
33. Keep a room well lit with your own Seattle Seahawks glass block light.
This one uses the Seattle Seahawk logo and contains a green seahawk eye. Wanted to put it on last year’s NFL craft post but didn’t have the room. So it goes on this one.
34. This New York Giants lamp goes well in any boy’s bedroom.
It even has the “NY” from the New York Giants in wooden blocks. Along with an New York Giants lampshade.
35. Any little Steeler girl should delight in this Terrible Towel dress.
Yes, Myron Cope’s old Terrible Towel can be used to make this adorable dress for a toddler. So cute.
36. Keep your drink from ruining the table with these Dallas Cowboys coasters.
Each are made of some stone with the Dallas Cowboy star on them. And they’re all tied in a ribbon when not in use.
37. Keep your money secure with this Cincinnati Bengals change purse.
Because sometimes change can always fall out of somebody’s pocket. I mean we’ve all been there.
38. This tulle wreath on anyone’s door certainly shouts out true Washington Redskins pride.
And on this wreath, the only thing to offend anyone is merely the name. So it’s you don’t put this on your front door if you live near a reservation.
39. Fans would love to gather around this Dallas Cowboys round table.
Another example in Dallas fans’ creativity. Have to admire the color on this. Lovely.
40. Have your guests keep their things safe with this New England Patriots receptacle.
Made from wood and painted in Patriots colors for your desire. Patriots fans would definitely love this.
41. This decomesh wreath only shows black and gold Steeler pride.
Helps that the Steeler logo is surrounded by gold ribbon. What Steeler fan wouldn’t want this?
42. Nothing shows pride for the New Orleans Saints like this spotted fleur d’ lis hanging.
After all, it’s a symbol of the Saints team. Like the ribbon decoration, too.
43. This yarn floral wreath was made in the spirit of the San Diego Chargers.
Yes, it might look like an ordinary wreath but it says “SD” and it’s in Chargers colors. Love the flowers.
44. This Seattle Seahawks fireplace has to be seen to be believed.
As with the fire hydrant, it’s not for sale at all. But you have to admire how the Seahawk logo blends in with the stone work.
45. For the Christmas season, this Ravens sled will bring joy and good cheer.
Well, in most Ravens households anyway. But I have to admit, the snowman is adorable.
46. This Baltimore Ravens wreath comes with a flowery touch.
It even has a black bird in the center along with purple flowers. But it’s a Ravens’ wreath because of the logo on the top.
47. This license plate decoration is befitting for Tennessee Titans pride.
I don’t see a lot of Tennessee Titans crafts either. But I think this is certainly a fan worthy decoration.
48. Any New England fan would certainly want this light up Patriot.
Great for hanging on walls as well as outside. Though I wouldn’t recommend the latter outside New England for obvious reasons.
49. Kick back and relax outside with this Pittsburgh Steelers porch swing.
This one is certainly in the black and gold spirit. Definitely the pride of someone in Steeler nation.
50. Show your support for Steeler Nation with this Pittsburgh Steeler light up star.
Even has yellow flowers to bring the gold in the black and gold. Love the black star and lights.
51. A Baltimore Ravens wreath should always have feathers.
Helps if they’re big and black, too like you’d see on a raven. Also like the flowers as well.
52. Salute your team with this Chicago Bears clothes pin wreath.
What wonders you can do with clothes pins. Even has a “C” so you can tell it apart from the Denver one.
53. Any little Indianapolis girl would delight in this crocheted pom pom hat.
Yes, I know it’s another pom pom hat. But it’s in a different style than the one from Denver. So cute.
54. Any Arizona Cardinals fan could only dream of a mosaic table like this.
Like how it just has the Arizona Cardinal and how it’s surrounded with regular colored stones. Probably made by someone with too much time on their hands.
55. This beaded fleur d’ lis doesn’t lack the New Orleans Saints spirit.
It’s also great when it’s used, for a Mardi Gras decoration, too. But you probably already knew that.
56. Have a seat on this Seattle Seahawks dining chair.
Yes, it’s a Seahawks dining chair. Don’t ask me how I managed to find so many Seahawks stuff. They just seem to have a lot on Pinterest for some reason.
57. This black and gold Steeler R2-D2 is just the thing for any fan in the galaxy.
Yes, someone took the time to make this. Probably someone at CMU. Don’t ask me why.
58. This black and gold evergreen Christmas wreath is perfect for any door in Steeler country.
It even has a gold “Steelers Country” panel and gold ribbon. Also lights up.
59. This Jacksonville Jaguar wine glass certainly comes with the bling.
Of course, we all know this kind of glass isn’t for drinking. Then again, it’s not like the Jaguars are known for being a winning football team, anyway.
60. Any Green Bay Packers fan would want to grace this wreath with bows.
And each bow is in green or yellow with the Packers logo on them. Befitting for football season in Wisconsin even though it’s more suited for Christmas.
61. Pray for your team’s victory with this New England Patriots rosary.
For Catholics in New England this is a sacred and holy objects. For Catholics in the rest of the country, it is an object of great evil.
62. This Seattle Seahawks lighthouse will always help you find your way.
Even has a bright green light in consistency with the team’s colors. Not sure if it’s a good or bad thing.
63. No little Minnesota Vikings fan should be without their own crocheted Viking helmet.
This little guy seems to look happy in this horned and braided cap. But watch the horns. So cute.
64. Midwest fans would surely delight in this Minnesota Vikings birdhouse.
This one even has two holes which is just as great for the birds in the winter. Like how it has purple and yellow stripes.
65. On this Dolphins wreath, Miami comes out sparkling.
Or in sparkling letters anyway. Like the aqua colored bow on top. Lovely.
66. These stained glass bottle lamps light in the true Green Bay Packers spirit.
It’s amazing what you can do with stained glass. Yet, I’m sure these lamps will stand out if you turn them on.
67. Pittsburgh Steeler birds will always find themselves at home at this birdhouse.
I really wanted to add this birdhouse in last year’s NFL craft post. But didn’t have much room. So it’s going on this one. All in all, I think this one is particularly charming.
68. This New Orleans Saints wreath will surely make for a festive team salute.
Had to include at least one New Orleans Saints wreath on this post. This one has “Saints” on one of the ribbons.
69. May this wreath welcome you to the Steeler Nation.
Another simple Steeler wreath. Only this one uses only black and gold yarn, ribbons, and letters.
70. These New Orleans Saints bottle lamps make for festive lighting.
You can also uses these for Mardi Gras parties as well. But this one certainly displays the Saints logo in black.
71. Anyone in Steeler Nation would love to hang a canvas like this on their wall.
Yes, this showcases all the stuff associated with the Pittsburgh Steelers. I’m sure any fan would be proud of it.
72. Guess this tin can man is a Dallas Cowboy fan.
I know that I show a lot of Dallas Cowboy stuff on my NFL oosts. But I couldn’t pass this guy up. Seriously, I haven’t seen any other tin can guy like this.
73. How about an Indianapolis Colts horseshoe on your door?
After all, it’s a horse symbol. Not to mention, the polka dots on blue even add to its charm.
74. This Philadelphia Eagles wreath comes in the ribbon of its team spirit.
Let’s not mistake it for anything associated with the New York Jets. Because both teams use a similar color scheme.
75. This glass Pittsburgh Steeler snowman will melt your heart.
Yes, I know it’s another Steeler snowman. But this one is made from glass blocks and lights up. That’s different. Still, it’s adorable.
76. This Panthers wreath makes a charming addition to any Carolina home.
This only uses a rather simple design with a football, helmet, name, and ribbon. Love the ribbon though.
77. This crocheted New York Giants blanket is a real patchwork.
Guess this was made from a variety of different pattern squares in red, white, and blue. Hope it’s easy on the eyes.
78. Only a die hard Giants fan could hang a red and blue deco mesh football on their door.
You were probably relieved that it said “Giants” and not “Patriots.” I certainly was since the Pats aren’t known for exactly playing fair.
79. This Seattle Seahawks flower pot buddy is always great for growing things.
I know I had a lot of Seattle Seahawks stuff on this post. But I just couldn’t past this little guy up, especially with his little pot arms and legs. So cute.
80. Nothing makes a home game day more festive than a Baltimore Ravens bead wreath.
I know there were bead wreaths from other teams I could’ve used. I just felt this one looked the best. I don’t care what team it is.