DIY crafts for teens are always easy and fun to make. Well, it is the right time to put away all your gadgets and try to make a fun-filled morning of the DIY projects. You can work with friends and family to open your creativity. Just scroll down and find your most favorite craft ideas.
DIY Hand Warmers To Deal With The Cold
Perhaps, your hands are always cold. Otherwise, it can be your friend. It is the time to make this DIY hand warmer that is so adorable to have. Tutorial.
DIY Decorated Mirror Using Dollar Store Germs
You can use a few dollar store items and after that, you can transform it into a beautiful mirror that will highlight your space. Tutorial.
Easy DIY Pizza Pillow To Meet Your Taste
So, if the knot pillow is not your personal taste, this pizza pillow is really something to try. Jennifer from Make And Appreciate provided the steps on how to make this DIY project. Surprisingly, the tutorial is quite easy to follow.
DIY Marshmallow Shooter For All Ages
The fun thing for all ages to play is Marshmallow shooters. We glad that we can make it as a DIY project after Happiness Is Homemade has provided the tutorial on how to make it.
DIY String Art
It is possible for you to make any picture into a beautiful string art. Well, it depends on your personal taste. For example, the designer here is the big fans of Batman. A Turtle’s Life For Me even provides you the tutorial.
DIY Rope Rug To Add Character To Your Room
The rug is the easiest way on how to add character to any room, including your room. Cami made this rope rug and we think that it is one of our favorites. Eventually, Cami gives some detailed steps of the tutorial.
Recycled CD iPhone Dock
We love how this DIY project has a nice solution when we need something to support hands-free usage. Best of all, this DIY project is great for beginners because of no skill required. You can change the measurement so that it supports your Smartphone as well. Tutorial.
DIY Cool Map Keychain
You can use a Jenga block and any picture you love to make a cool keychain. Sarah Ortega has a nice idea to use a map she got when she had a road trip with her friends for a memorable keychain. Tutorial.