- Confetti Bowl: Colorful. Useful. Durable. And made by you! That’s right—with a few inexpensive, easy-to-get items, you can make your very own confetti bowl. Who says confetti is just for New Year’s Eve?
- Sharpie Marker Scarves: With a variety of Sharpie colors, you can now make sharpie marker scarves. And seriously, who doesn’t love Sharpies? You make these scarves work for any season with just a few Sharpies, some rubbing alcohol, and solid silk scarves.
- Upcycled Soda Box Pencil Cases: An eco-friendly soda box pencil case like this is a great project for kids and teens alike. All you need is an empty soda box and a pair of scissors!
- CD Decorations: Get all of your old CDs together and get ready to decorate. Now that people buy most of their music online, this is a great way to ensure that your CDs don’t go to waste. Ask family and friends for CDs they no longer use and get creative with all genres of music.
- Tank Top to Tote: Next time you clean out your closet, hang onto all those old T-shirts and tank tops! With a few simple materials and a bit of sewing-machine know-how, they can quickly transform into some head-turning tote bags!
Pass me some crayons and a glue stick, and I’m a happy girl. I’ll never be too old for arts and crafts—seriously, why should arts and crafts only be for kids? Do you need an inexpensive gift for a friend, or want to add something new to your own room? I found great blogs with craft ideas that will make your next hang-out session super fun. So grab a beanbag—or sit on the floor—and give one of these ideas a go.