There are many cool DIY projects for teens out there, here are a few of our favorites.
1. Hammock Chair
This hammock chair from A Beautiful Mess would look amazing in any teen's bedroom.
2. Yard Dice
During the summer months yard dice is an awesome game to play. Making your own set is easy if you follow the directions from Our Hand Crafted Life.
3. Stress Ball
Being a teenager can be stressful, but this easy DIY project from A Thrifty Mom can help make life just a little bit easier.
4. DIY Rainbow Fan
5. Wire Basket Side Table
Following Twin Dragonfly Designs' simple to use tutorial will result in this eye-catching side table that you can easily customize to suit your taste and style.
6. Dominoes Clock
If you are looking for a fun and unique way to tell time, why not try this quirky dominoes clock created by Sadie Seasongoods?
7. Lawn Dominoes
If you are loving the dominoes theme as much as we are, why not follow Michelle's directions from ironandtwine.com to make your own lawn domino set that is sure to be a hit!
8. Wooden iPhone Speaker
The beauty of this wooden speaker is the fact that you never have to charge it or put new batteries in it. To make your own version of this speaker check out the plans at woodworkcity.com.
9. Magazine Boxes
If you or someone you know has a stack of old magazine that will never get touched again, why not make something both stylish and functional with them? These containers, created by Abstract Octopus, are perfect for storing anything small, from jewelry to DS games or anything else that you want to keep safe.
10. Owl Dream Catcher
Both owls and dream-catchers are super trendy right now. Why not combine the two together to create your own version of this amazing dream-catcher owl? Thewhoot.com has a fantastic video tutorial you can follow and they even include ways in which you can personalize your creating and make it uniquely your own!
11. Pocket Hand Warmers
We all have that one friend (or perhaps you are that one friend) who's hands are always cold. Why not make some of these adorable hand warmers to help ward off the cold?
12. Handmade Peppermint Lip Balm
Everyone needs a good lip balm in their life. We love this simple DIY versions from eat-drink-love.com.
13. DIY Knot Pillow
Knot pillows are a fun addition to any bed. With the ability to mix and match colors and patterns, this tutorial from littleinspiration.com will make creating your own knot pillows a breeze!
14. Decorated Mirror
Take a few dollar store items and turn it into this fabulous mirror with the easy to follow tutorial from createandbabble.com.
15. DIY Pizza Pillow
If the knot pillow isn't your style, maybe this pizza pillow will be more to your taste! Jennifer from makeandappreciate.com has provided a step-by-step, easy to follow procedure so that anybody can make their very own pizza pillow.
16. DIY Marshmallow Shooter
Marshmallow shooters are fun for all ages, and if you follow Heidi's tutorial on Happiness is Homemade, you will be shooting marshmallows before you know it.
17. Denim Pocket Organizers
If you are looking for a fun way to store stuff, look no further! These denim pocket organizers are a fun way to keep track of those everyday, easy to lose items. To learn how to make your own, check out this blog post from Home Made Modern.
18. DIY Rope Basket
Instead of a boring old trash can, Jen from IHeart Organizing created this attention grabbing bin. She shares her step by step instructions here, if you feel inclined to try creating this one for yourself.
19. Wood Slice Owl
Another great owl design is this one from House of Hawthornes. There's something extra cool about turning one mans trash into another mans treasure, and that is exactly what is happening here.
20. String Art
Depending on your personal preferences you could make any picture into string art. We love this batman symbol created by A Turtle's Life For Me.
21. DIY Rope Rug
A rug can add character to any room. This rope rug made by Cami is one of our favorites. She shares her step-by-step instructions here, so be sure to check it out!
22. iPhone Stand
This iPhone stand is perfect for hands-free usage. The best part is there is no sewing involved! Check out Laura's tutorial on her blog, Wrapped Up In Rainbows. Don't have an iPhone? Simply change the measurements to match with your current Smart Phone and you will be good to go!
22. Cool Map Keychain
Using a Jenga block and whatever picture you want you can create a one of a kind key chain. We love Sarah Ortega's idea of using a map from a road trip with friends to create an awesome key chain memento.