15 Crafts You Can Do While Watching TV
Today, we’re rounding up our favorite crafts that can be made completely (or mostly) while sitting in one spot. Crafting while catching up on your favorite show sounds like the perfect combination to us!
We’ve included a variety of projects in this post, including wall decor, accessories, garlands, and more.
Are you ready to do some “TV crafting?” Let’s do this!
These wool ball clip-on diffusers for your car are a fun and easy craft, and they make great gifts. We 100% prefer essential oils over synthetic car fragrances!
These agate coasters look like they’re from Anthropologie, but they can actually be made in your living room. They’re so pretty!
Elsie spent a couple of nights watching Netflix while making this stitched floral purse. If we didn’t know better, we’d say it was a cool vintage find.
We love a good homemade wreath, and this floral hoop wreath is so cute and inviting.
Looking for more wreath ideas? Check out our best wreath DIYs for any season!
If you’re new to weaving, our friend Rachel is the best teacher we know. You can learn the basics of weaving and get started on your first piece.
Make a simple wooden ball photo holder to display Instax photos (or any kind). This craft can be made in 5 minutes, so you could make a bunch of these during an episode of your favorite show.
Can you believe this oversized rainbow wall hanging is made with pool noodles? It’s perfectly adorable for a nursery or bedroom.
How about a jewelry DIY? These geometric acrylic earrings are really cute. If you prefer gold jewelry, we have a DIY for geometric gold statement earrings, too!
Emma’s faux wall weaving DIY doesn’t require any weaving experience—just tassel-making experience (and they’re super easy to make).
Have you ever tried embroidering? This cactus embroidery DIY includes a pattern and all the steps you’ll need to make one of your own!
We are true “garland people” and we love making them for the holidays (or anytime, really). This yarn pumpkin garland is so cute for Halloween and Thanksgiving.
Looking for more garland DIYs? Check out our full archive here!
Make a necklace out of lava stones and essential oils so you can bring an energizing (or calming) scent with you wherever you go.
If you’re looking for an autumn-inspired project, you could make a pumpkin spice latte pincushion. Isn’t it amazing? Bonus: no sewing skills are required!
Speaking of no-sew projects, you could make your own braided velvet headband or padded headband.
And last but not least, dress up a pair of plain boots (or flats) with this easy mask + paint tutorial. How fun are these?!
We recommend adding snacks AND drinks to enhance your crafting and TV-watching experience. Here are a few recipes to try!
And if you love movie nights be sure to check out Elsie’s movie room tour + home theater ideas!