Winter is the perfect time to do some crafting! We are often looking for indoor things to and what could be better than creating some fun crafts for ourselves or to give as gifts? We have rounded up some of our favorite winter projects for teens below.
Whether you want to do some sewing, painting, or other types of projects, we have a variety here to choose from that we think you’re going to love. Just wait until you see how cute they are!
You might also want to check out this post: Snuggly Handmade Blankets
Winter Projects for Teens
Ready to dive into some fun craft ideas? Let’s go!
If you’re new to sewing, this hat and headband is a simple beginner sewing project.
This DIY Winter White Embroidery Hoop Wreath is simple but sophisticated.
Not ready to tackle sewing? Try making this new sew fleece hat!
This is a fun way to make a blanket that you can cuddle up with and still look stylish. Wrap up and read a book while sipping hot cocoa – a perfect winter’s day!
Check out these fun ideas too: DIY Wreaths Perfect for Winter
This is such a fun idea. Add in little figures to represent your favorite parts of winter!
This would look really pretty gathered up in a basket or bowl with some pine cones and other items gathered from outside.
A super cute project that makes a great gift! Using a Cricut machine, you can make these adorable clay teabag embellishments to add to a mug.
Grab some popsicle sticks and make some of these hot chocolate cups as fridge magnets. Or create a bunch of them and string them together as a really cute bunting for the fireplace or to hang on your wall.
Create some lovely winter scenes to hang on your wall. Think you can’t paint? Oh yes, you can! This is a simple project you’ll love.
Use battery-operated tealights from the dollar store to create a beautiful soothing display in your room.
Ready for another sewing project? These fur vests are trendy and fun!
These are so pretty! They’re easy and inexpensive to make (most, if not all, supplies can be found at the dollar store), so make several to line up for a lovely display.
Create a snowstorm in your window (even if there isn’t any outside).
How cute are these? You can make extras and place them around your neighborhood for a fun surprise for passersby.
Here’s another snow globe idea. With this one, since there is no water involved, you could even place photographs inside. Keep whatever you want in the jar or fill with hot cocoa mix and give as a gift.
Fun and functional, this corkboard will add a pretty touch to your wall decor.
Want to send someone a winter-themed card? This is a really cute idea! You could even join Letters Against Isolation and start sending cards and letters to seniors who are in long term care homes and in need of something to brighten their days.
This makes such a great gift, especially for anyone who has to spend time outside. We think it’s perfect for teachers, crossing guards, and so many more!
A cute little snowman you can sit anywhere to add a pop of color and whimsy to your room.
Make one or make a whole little village of tiny gingerbread houses! Add battery tealights inside to take them to the next level.
These cute little pouches are a great way to wrap a gift. Fill with money, gift cards, jewelry, or other small items.
No snow to make a real snowman? How about this fun version you can display inside? Made from simple dollar store picture frames, it’s cheap and easy to make.
Cute, cute, cute! Instead of a typical snowflake, how about filling your window or wall with these adorable llamas?
Another one for the penguin fans! This is a great way to use up some yarn scraps too.
Add some pizzazz to a plain pair of gloves or mittens with this fun idea.
Yes! This is really made of paper! Using a die cutting machine to cut out the design, you then assemble and have this gorgeous 3D winter scene.
Well, aren’t those some great winter craft ideas? Which one will you make first?