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Craft Projects for Teen Central

Craft Projects for Teen Central

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Decoupage Bread Basket A La Dollar Tree

DIY Decoupage Bread Basket

Instant Photo Transfers With Blender Pens

Enchanted Fairy House Tutorial

Natural Toilet Paper Roll Fairy House

fabric on pots

Fabric Covered Flower Pots

sprinkle shapes/silhouettes

Sprinkle Silhouettes | A Joyful Riot

How To Make Paper Fortune Cookies: these cute paper fortune cookies are super easy to make! Not just for Chinese New Year, they're great for Valentine's Day, wedding favors, birthday parties, and much more...

How To Make Paper Fortune Cookies

creativemeinspire... Perfect craft for my teen: how to personalize their shoes. Great idea!

A Paper Bag Book: This is a Valentine's Day sample, but this could be used for several different ideas.

Rosy ~ Posy: Valentine Paper Bag Books

Mind Jar, including a free MindJar printable

Our Mind Jar - Here We Are Together

Steampunk Cereal Box Hat DIY

printable mini paper top hat templates for fun and parties

Paper Towel Roll Wall Art

Toilet Paper Roll Wall Art

snowflakes for the wall. (Link is foreign). Design with craft sticks--glue as desired. Paint (could use glitter, too!). Apply fixative to protect. Hang with yarn or ribbon.


Sharpie Dyed Tile Coasters- fun and easy project. This makes a great gift!

Sharpie Dyed Coasters- Fun Children's Craft!

A communal loom would be a neat passive/stealth program.

Starting a Communal Loom - Playful Learning

Fusing plastic bags to make "fabric".

Etsy Labs Archive: Long Overdue Fusing Plastic Bag Tutorial

decorate nails with aluminum foil

Decorate your nails with tin foil! - Craftynail

aluminum foil beads

Aluminum Foil Bead Bracelet - Lets Create Crafts

aluminum foil art

The SC Design Studio

could be fun for Halloween, too...

Foil Drawings | ArtClubBlog

Copper Leaf Bobeches | Step-by-Step | DIY Craft How To’s and Instructions| Martha Stewart

glittery foil icicles

cheesecloth ghosts

Tin foil, yarn, cardboard, and sharpies. This makes a cool low relief sculpture. Start by teaching about line variations, and color schemes (monochromatic, analogous, etc.). Cool project for 6-7th grade.

Art at Becker Middle School: Tin Foil Line Relief