There are so many crafts for teens and tweens out there on the internet. One could get lost on Pinterest for days. I want to make it easy for you.
Today I have a gift guide for crafting books, and craft kits that are newly released, and would make awesome gift ideas now, later or for the holiday season. These craft books are great ideas for anyone interested in picking up a book, and learning a new craft, honing in on a craft or skill. Craft books and kits are great if you are crafting along with the kids.
We may glorify summer break, but it's possible that at this point in your long vacation from school, you're more than a little bored. The solution? Get crafty, of course.
Looking for DIY projects for teenagers? Here are 39 cool DIY crafts you and your teen will enjoy, for sure! You might want to grab some pliers for this pompom keychain. Begin by placing Mod Podge on your ceramic tiles and putting your printed Instagram photo on top.
Handmade Houseplants offers a no-water option for your urban jungle: plants made from paper! This stylish guide includes step-by-step instructions and templates for making 30 of the most popular houseplants, from monstera to fiddle leaf fig. The projects are simple enough to be made in few hours, and the materials are affordable and easy to find.
Want to have an afternoon of creative fun? Use your most ingenious creativity and have some fun with fellow builders. Ages 5 and up.
From the authors of the enormously popular Hipster Librarian's Guide to Teen Craft Projects comes an all-new selection of innovative ideas. For maximum fun, this book. With numerous projects easy enough to be assembled in the library either by groups or someone working alone, this book will get YA librarians, educators, and their students whipping up creative crafts in no time!
Crafts can be done solo or in a group, so the next time you need to plan a party or entertain your kids on a restless afternoon, see if you can get your hands on one of these crafty books. Kids looking for something new will love crafting with duct tape. Sticky Fingers contains dozens of projects perfect for a wide range of interests and skill levels. Tweens can learn how to make duct tape creations like wallets, hair bows, and belts.
Why should teens try out crafting? No matter what craft you choose, you'll be starting a fun hobby you can enjoy throughout your life. You can even create your own style with handcrafted clothing and accessories.
String art is one of those simple, satisfying activities that are fun for girls and boys no matter how old they get. This kit makes it easy and simple to create cool designs to display in rooms or lockers or give as gifts. It comes with everything you need, including brightly colored string and pretty pushpins. No hammer or nails are necessary, you simply push the pins into the foam canvases three 8.