If you can’t go out because the weather is dangerous or some other reason, you can fight boredom with these satisfying crafting hobbies. Pick out your favorite!
The rewarding thing about these crafting hobbies is that you can turn them into a way to earn a little extra money too! Or, if you don’t want to sell your crafts, you can save money by giving them as DIY gifts. Either way, you’ll enjoy learning a new hobby or two.
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What Are Hobbies
Hobbies are anything that you do when you aren’t working. There are literally thousands of hobbies out there. From baking to fashion to makeup and even singing, hobbies are anything that makes you happy.
I compiled some of the best crafting hobbies I could find. These are all hobbies for couples too. If you want to sell them and set up a shop online, these are hobbies that make money too.
Crafting Hobbies To Do When You’re Stuck At Home
Here’s the complete list of fun hobbies – try one or all of them. You’ll discover how fun it is to make gifts for people. These are also wonderful ways to bond with your spouse, kids, or friends.
Scrapbooking can be either digital or paper. How you do it all depends on what you enjoy doing. If you love stickers, stamps, and cutting out fun shapes, then try making a paper scrapbook. It’s lots of fun!
Of course, creating a digital scrapbook can be just as fun, and there are tons of options out there. Some programs make it as easy as drag and drop. Others give you more design flexibility.
Creating a scrapbook is a pretty simple hobby that you can do as a family. There are even people that make and sell pre-made scrapbook pages ready for people to just add their photos.
2. Wreath Making
Another fun hobby that you can turn into a side-hustle is making wreaths. There are so many different types of wreaths you can make. Change up the wreath on your door with each season and holiday.
Here are just a few of the most popular types of wreaths you can make.
3. Polymer Clay crafting
There are tons of things you can make out of polymer clay. The best part is that you don’t need any special equipment. You can bake the projects right in your kitchen’s oven.
This is a very forgiving craft that couples and even children can all do together. Here are a few you can start with.
Another fun crafting hobby is upcyling! You can literally take things around your home and give them new life. This hobby could help you save money.
Which of these things around your home can you turn into DIY home organization solutions?
5. Make Jewelry
Jewelry-making is another one of the crafting hobbies that you can turn into a way to make a little extra cash. There are tons of ways to make jewelry, you are only limited by your creativity.
After you get the hang of making your own jewelry, you’ll be well on your way to even selling it. Here are some ideas to start with.
6. Crafting hobbies with sewing
Invest in a sewing machine. There are tons of easy sewing crafts that you can make by yourself. Nothing compares to the feeling of looking at a completed project!
Here are some sewing crafts that are perfect for beginners. All of them turn out super cute!
Woodworking is a hobby that takes a dedicated workshop. You’ll need an outdoor area and some tools. The results are stunning and a huge ego-boost too!
Even if you haven’t ever used a hammer and nails before, these woodworking crafts are easy to do.
8. Crafting Hobbies With Mod Podge
Mod Podge crafting is kind of a cousin to scrapbooking or collage-making. There are so many things you can decorate with pretty scrapbook paper and some mod podge glue.
Once you start mod-podging things, you’ll get on a roll and come up with tons of other ideas! Here are a few to get you started.
9. Make Soap
It’s not only beautiful but it’s useful too. Handmade soaps are thoughtful gifts. Once you learn the basics you can start making a variety of soaps in different shapes, scents, and themes. This is one of the crafting hobbies that you can actually sell and make a little money from.
Here are just a few soap recipes you should try.
10. Paint With Stencils
If you feel like you aren’t very creative or a talented painter, then get a hold of some stencils. There are so many things you can paint and you can use a ton of vibrant and fun colors.
Here are some of our favorite stencil crafting ideas.
11. Take Up Kintsugi
If you are familiar with stained glass windows, then you have an idea how to do kintsugi. This is a really popular hobby where broken pottery is mended with lacquer that is dusted with gold. The end result is stunning!
You can jump on board with this trendy craft. Learn how to make kintsugi tile coasters.
12. Paint Wine Glasses and Coffee Mugs
Finally, I think that painted wine glasses and coffee mugs are some of the most fun crafting hobbies you can do! These are fun ways to remember happy events like weddings and birthdays. It’s also a run way to decorate items you will use later on.
We have some really popular tutorials on Kenarry. Try some of these out!
Still need more craft ideas?
Sometimes it’s nice to have everything you need right at your fingertips. Here are some great craft kits that come with all your supplies and are shipped right to your door so you don’t even have to run out to the store to get started.
- Felt Succulents Kit
- Candle Making Supplies Kit
- Needle Felting Kit
- Oil Paint by Number on a Canvas
- Embroidery Starter Kit
Crafting Hobbies: How To Choose One
How do you pick your next hobby? First, think about what you enjoy doing. Is it painting? Working with tools? Think about what makes you the happiest and turn that into a hobby.
Next, consider whether you want to someday turn this hobby into a side-hustle. They can be a lot of fun but they can also supplement your income if you need.
Above all, you never know what you are going to like until you try it out! So try a few new hobbies and see what you think.
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