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10 Easy Crafts To Do When Bored


When it comes to crafts, there are endless possibilities of things to do when bored. Some people like to knit or crochet, while others enjoy painting or scrapbooking.

Whatever your particular interests may be, there is sure to be a craft that can help you pass the time and keep your mind occupied.


It happens to all of us. You’re minding your own business, maybe scrolling through social media or watching TV, when suddenly you’re hit with a wave of boredom.

The next thing you know, you’re looking for anything and everything to do to pass the time. So do something productive.


If you’re looking for something productive (and fun!) to do the next time boredom strikes, look no further than this list of easy crafts.

With just a few supplies that you probably already have around the house, you can make any of these projects in no time flat.


 1. Greetings Card:

greetings card

One idea for a craft to do when bored is to make your own greeting cards.

This can be a fun way to express your creativity, and you can personalize each card to fit the occasion or recipient.

If you are not crafty, there are many online tutorials that can teach you how to make simple cards.

All you need is some cardstock, scissors, and glue.


2. Photo Collage

Photo Collage

Another option for a craft to do when bored is to create a photo collage.

This can be a great way to display your favorite photos, and it can also be a fun way to show off your scrapbooking skills.

To create a collage, all you need is a variety of photos, scissors, and glue. You can also use other materials such as ribbon or buttons to add an extra flair to your collage.


3. Quilt


If you enjoy working with fabric, there are many fabric crafts you can do when bored.

This can be a fun project to work on, and it will also keep you warm during the colder months.

Am sure you need a lot of practice before you make something attractive.


4. Pillowcase


Another fabric craft you can do when bored is to make a pillowcase.

This can be a great way to add some personality to your home, and it can also be a great gift for someone special.


5. Sewing


If you are looking for a more challenging project, you can always try your hand at sewing. Sewing can be a great way to express your creativity, and it can also be a great way to make money.

There are many online tutorials that can teach you how to sew, and you can even find kits that will help you get started.

Sewing can be a great hobby to have, and it can also be a great way to make some extra money.


6. Temporary Tattoos

Temporary Tattoos

This one is perfect for anyone who loves body art but isn’t quite ready to commit to a real tattoo.

All you need is a Sharpie and some baby oil (or hairspray). Simply draw your tattoo design on your skin with the Sharpie, then rub baby oil (or hairspray) over the top.

The Sharpie ink will run, creating a temporary tattoo that will last for days.

So go ahead and show off that new tat…just don’t be surprised when it starts to fade away after a few showers!

If you do not know what a sharpie is then here it is:


7. Carved Stamps

Carved Stamps

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Printing Blocks carved stamps are not only easy to make but they can also be used over and over again! All you need is a piece of rubber (erasers work great), a sharp knife, and some carving tools.

Start by sketching your design onto the rubber, then use the knife and carving tools to carve out your design.

When you’re finished carving, use ink or paint to stamp your design onto paper or fabric.

Voila! You’ve just made your very own printing block.

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Some great carving tools to make rubber stamps:


8. Duct Tape Wallet

Duct Tape Wallet

This project is not only easy, but it’s also practical…win-win!

All you need is a roll of duct tape and scissors. Start by cutting two pieces of duct tape that are about 8″ long. Place one piece of duct tape sticky-side up on a flat surface, then place the other piece of duct tape on top, sticky-side down.

Next, fold up the bottom third of the duct tape so that it covers half of the second piece of duct tape (as shown in the photo above).

Continue folding until all four layers of duct tape are turned into thirds, then use scissors to trim off any excess tape.

Finally, use duct tape to secure the ends shut, and voila! You’ve just made yourself a brand-new wallet.

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9. Faux Stained Glass Window Clings

Faux Stained Glass Window Clings

If you love stained glass but don’t have the time or money for a real window panel, these faux stained glass window clings are just what you need!

All you need is some clear contact paper, tissue paper in assorted colors, scissors, and Mod Podge (optional).

Start by cutting your tissue paper into small squares or shapes…the smaller the pieces, the easier it will be to work with. Next, cut a piece of contact paper that’s slightly larger than your tissue paper pieces and peel off the backing.

Begin placing the tissue paper pieces onto the contact paper sticky-side down in whatever design you like.

When you’re finished placing all of the pieces, cover them with another layer of contact paper (sticky-side down) and trim off any excess before hanging them up in your window.

If desired, seal them with a layer of Mod Podge for extra durability.

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10. TP Roll Bird Feeder

TP Roll Bird Feeder

Don’t throw away those empty toilet paper rolls just yet…they can be used to make this adorable bird feeder!

All you need is an empty toilet paper roll, birdseed, peanut butter (or other nut butter), ribbon, and scissors.

Start by spreading peanut butter all over the outside of the toilet paper roll. Then roll the toilet paper roll in birdseed until it’s completely covered.

Tie the ribbon around both ends of the TP roll, leaving enough slack so that you can hang it from a tree branch.

Hang up your bird feeder and wait for feathered friends to come to enjoy a snack!

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My Take on Easy Crafts to do while Bored:

These are just a few ideas for crafts to do when bored. There are endless possibilities, and you are sure to find a craft that you enjoy.

So, get out there and start exploring the world of crafts!


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Easy Crafts to do When Bored