Round-Up: 20+ Craft Activities for Teens and Tweens

Finding fun screen-free activities is not alway an easy task. We’ve rounded up over 20 different arts and crafts for your teens and tweens to get busy with!

Photo wall collage

A photo wall collage is a way for your teen to keep relieving all their most important moments. Watch their creativity blossom with these photo wall collage layouts

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Create crayon colour block candles

Use the microwave and dixie cups to make these colour block candles. Use a box of crayons to create fun and unique colour combos.  

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DIY Yarn Wall Hanging

This DIY yarn wall hanging is inexpensive to make but looks fabulous on the wall in any teens room. 

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Hand dipped nail polish marbled mugs

Pick up some white ceramic mugs or bowls at the local dollar store to keep the cost on this one low. Using a glittery nail polish also adds a bid of extra dimension to these marbled mugs.  

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Mason Jar ring map ornament

These map ornaments are a great project to commemorate a family vacation or to gift for future travels. The mason jar tops and maps will excite the spirit of everyone with a little wanderlust.

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Gold Magnetic locker letters

You might remember these letters from when your child was little. With a little spray paint that childhood toy can turn into the perfect set of gold locker magnets for middle school. 

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Duct tape bookmarks

For these duct tape bookmarks all you’ll need is some tape and a pair of scissors. You can find nearly every pattern and color duct tape on Amazon so don’t feel limited. 

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Make your own bath bombs

Use essential oils to make colourful and relaxing bath bombs for a fraction of the cost of store-bought ones. 

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Mini marquee sign 

Everyone loves a marquees sign, complete with quirky sayings. This mini matchbox version is the perfect option for your quote loving teen.

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No sew t-shirt tote bag

Upcycle an old favourite t-shirt into a new favourite tote bag! This project is quick and only uses items you probably already have laying around the house.

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DIY book planter

Spend the morning browsing your local flea market so your teen can pick out the perfect hardcover book for their new succulent planter

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Decorative string art

This name string art piece takes a bit of pre-planning to collect the needed supplies. It will however be a piece your tween can hold on to for a long time. 

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Make marbled paper with shaving cream 

Use a couple of supplies you already have a home to make marbled paper. It’s also a great idea for creating personalized greeting cards. 

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DIY Sugar Scrub

Being a teenage sometimes feels like the most stressful thing. Taking time for some relaxing self-care while making and using this sugar scrub will mean the world to your overwhelmed teen. 

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Message in a bottle

A tiny message or picture in a bottle is a great way to preserve a perfect moment. These are so cute they would also make great gifts to share with friends. 

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Handmade woven coasters

Once your child learns to weave they will be able to master all sorts of projects. These hand woven coasters are a great place to start learning those new skills. 

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Stress ball

These stress balls are simple to make using a couple of household materials. Having something to fidget with while watching tv or doing homework is a great relaxation technique for people of all ages. 

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Display colouring page suncatchers

Display some favourite colouring pages by turning them into translucent sun catchers, The key supply here is the oil used to help catch the sun. 

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Dot Flower Pot 

This craft is great for everyone because the end result is beautiful even if you’re not artistic! Buy a pic pack of Sharpies in assorted colours so everyone can be as creative as they want on their dot flower pot

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Starburst Wrapper Bracelet

Find a way to put all that candy they eat to good use. These Starburst wrapper bracelets are good afternoon activity to keep them busy. 

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Ombre Pine Cones

Seasonal crafts are a great way to enjoy some screen-free family time. Plus, these ombre pine cones will look great as a part of any tablescape. 

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