We've got the best tween crafts that will delight and amuse the kid who has everything!
Directions for making your own lip gloss
Here's the perfect sign for a big (or little) sister to hang from her bedroom doorknob when she needs a little alone time.
This fuzzy fleece scarf features pockets that double as hand warmers; another great craft from Spoonful.com.
Here's an easy no-sew fleece pillow that you can make as a perfect gift, a great idea from Spoonful.com.
Not only will these hand-painted candles lend a festive glow to a teacher's or grandparent's holiday decor, they'll also spark your child's imagination to come up with unique decorative patterns.
These tie-dyed T-shirts make a great party activity, take-home favor, and brilliant fashion statement all in one!
There's just no denying it: 1980s fashions are back in style. Embrace the trend with this classic ribbon barrette.
Transform your child's headboard into a magnetic display with these easy decorating project.
Three simple designs that lend personality to your postbox.
Made from fray-proof canvas cloth, these vibrant hand-painted mats are easily fashioned in whatever size or shape fits the purpose -- be it a doorside rug, a pet place mat, or even a portable game board.
A unique organizing idea from Spoonful.com.
This pom-pom scarf is incredibly easy to make and super cute to wear; another great craft from Spoonful.
Make your very own custom hair accessories in less than five minutes!
Spice up your jewelry collection by turning sunflower seeds into mini Mexican ristras, strings of dried chilis said to bring good fortune.
Personalize a wooden box for a great keepsake gift.
An easy-to-make spring craft
Accent a favorite photo with a colorful rolled-paper frame
These fun hanger crafts make wonderful gifts and colorful closets.
These cute driveway signs hold a secret: at night, shapes cut from reflective tape become glowing stars and moons.
A fun organization idea from Spoonful.com
This freestanding earring holder is a fun and practical dresser-top organizer that your child can make with just a few materials and a little assistance from you.
This hold-everything shelf is designed to show off your child's favorite things.
Here's a fun project that will let your child hammer home just how much a dear friend or relative means to her.
A cross between Spirograph and macramé, this retro craft is the equivalent of two great tastes that taste great together. Professors actually use this project to teach a mathematical principle.
Give your girl's bed a fresh look with this bright headboard made from a science-fair display board.
Ariel is so gorgeous that it only makes sense that every little girl I know wants to look just like her. Now they can have the perfect fishtail manicure with this easy DIY Mermaid Nail Tutorial.
This hip and funky makeup bag makes a perfect homemade gift or any cool mom. A pretty fabric matched with a bright button makes for a lovely present that mother can truly use. A great gift for Mother's Day.
Craft these colorful ribbons and roses hair ties, and you can tie your hair into a beautiful braid, just like Rapunzel's!
A sweet friendship bracelet girls will love to make and give.
It's no secret that little girls love hair accessories, so why not let them make their own? Here, we've found 15 super cute DIY hair accessories, and some of them your child can even help you make!
Lickety-split Lip Gloss
Candace's "Girls Only" Doorknob Sign
No-Sew Fleece Pillow
Weave a Barrette
How to Make a Snazzy Custom Painted Bobby Pin
Personalized Hobby Boxes
Little Mermaid Inspired Nails
Almost No Sew Hip Makeup Bag
Ribbons and Roses Hair Ties
Lovely Ribbon Bracelets
15 Easy DIY Hair Accessories
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