Back To School Crafts For Teens: Top Locker Art

Ditch the drab steely look and make your locker reflect your personality with these awesome locker art back to school crafts for teens!

I love these Back To School Crafts For Teens: Top Locker Art for decorating your lockers uniquely on your own.

No need to buy expensive items in store.

You can create great DIY items for cheap.

Customizing them with your initials, favorite colors or characters is easy and fun.

I love being able to customize everything to my tastes, and it’s even better when I can create fun new things throughout the year just because I want to.

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Back To School Crafts For Teens: Top Locker Art

This Upcycled CD Locker Set from You Brew My Tea has some fun ideas for using old scratched CD’s and DVD’s to create a chalkboard, magnetic mirror or just a fun monogrammed disc to add to the inside of your locker.  A few magnets, some scrapbook paper and markers create some great additions to any locker.  Best part of these DIY locker art pieces is you can so easily customize to your favorite colors, characters and needs.  I love the chalkboard painted magnet the most since it is so easy to write notes to my friends that share my locker, or to make notes about things I need to leave or bring home each day.

lBack To School Crafts For Teens: Top Locker Art

Second Chance To Dream has some great unique DIY Locker Accessories that include tons of girls an boys magnet ideas.  Some are super easy to make, and fun for any kids to help out with.  They suggest using sports teams for kids items, and this is a great idea to customize for your state team, or favorite college team. Girls might prefer character themed, flowers or solid color designs.  Magnets are so easy to make and great for holding papers, pictures and various information you need to keep on hand in your locker at all times.

Back To School Crafts For Teens: Top Locker Art

There is a great DIY Magnetic Pencil Holder in his list over at Three Boys And A Dog.  Simple use of some fabric, glue, buttons and a tin can creates a great pencil or pen holder that is perfect for holding all the extra supplies you might need during the day.  There are other great ideas on this roundup, but this is my favorite.  I imagine using different sizes of cans to hold pens, pencils and markers.  You could also use small tin cans and containers similarly to hold things like paperclips, rubber bands, and similar items.

Back To School Crafts For Teens: Top Locker Art

These are some of the best back to school crafts for teens to make for their lockers this year.  Customize each item to fit your personality and style with ease.

Do you have any favorite back to school crafts for teens for making amazing locker art? Share in the comments!

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26 thoughts on “Back To School Crafts For Teens: Top Locker Art

  1. These are such cute ideas for teen girls to decorate their lockers. My daughter is in college now and my son hates lockers lol. If I were still in high school, I’d be doing this!

  2. These are such cute crafts! I remember when I was in High School, I LOVED decorating my locker. I would have little lights in it and I’d use cute wrapping paper as wall paper/liner in the locker <3

  3. When I was in high school, decorating lockers was way in the future. If I could go back, my locker would be the best-dressed locker in the entire school. This is some seriously cool locker art.

  4. What a cute and creative way to decorate your locker! Plus, this is a lot more cost effective than the pricey stuff in stores!

  5. What cute ideas and would make for great DIY projects for going back to school! I like the term locker art and have not heard that to date! But the projects would highlight any locker!

  6. Really cute and fun ideas for the kids. My daughter was love this kind of activities it is easy and keep her learning, instead of playing for the Ipad’s all day. thank you for sharing this

  7. Aww these are cute and pretty nifty ideas for lockers too. My locker at school was just a mess, it took me ages to clear out on the last day!

  8. Locker art certainly has come a long ways since I was in school! I really like the idea of the CD magnet. Super creative 🙂

  9. My oldest is going into 5th grade this year so she doesn’t have a locker yet. She keeps asking when she gets to have one though because she’s so excited to decorate it. I just printed this page out so I could keep the photos and links handy!

  10. Oh my gosh these are such cute crafts!! I think my daughter would love to make the can pencil holder. I can’t believe it’s back to school time, this is a great way to get kids excited about the upcoming school year!

  11. What adorable DIY locker projects and I’m going to try to make some. I have two grands in middle school and I know they would love to not only make these, but show them off in their lockers. Thanks for sharing, it will give us something to do this weekend when it’s suppose to rain.

  12. These look like so much fun! I remember having a locker was one of the things I looked forward to the most when I started High School…I would plan out how I wanted to decorate it from the summer right up until the first day of school!

  13. This is cute DIY for kids!When I was a ten I was super in DIY stuff. Cute stuff to put into a locker!

  14. You know…I never decorated my locker when I was in school. I must have had the most boring locker ever. Now that I think of it…decorating lockers was not a ‘thing’ at my school. If I did decorate, I would have wanted a nice mirror and something to hold extra pens and pencils like your Magnetic Pencil Holder – I like how the name is on it.

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  16. what a cute idea, I love this and I am sure my grandgirls would love to do this for there lockers/office/art room

  17. These were great days when my kids were teens…and these are amazing suggestions and projects!

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