Crafts For Men


Men may not like to decorate items with lace and buttons or work on scrapbook pages all day long, but they do like to create things with their hands, whether or not they consider it to be a "craft." Crafts for men may involve creating things that they need or would like, where a woman may craft something because it is pretty.

Duct Tape Wallet

  • Duct tape comes in a wide variety of colors and patterns and can be used to create many different items. A popular duct tape craft is the wallet and men of all ages are creating these. Duct tape wallets can also be made to suit different styles or likes and made into a bi-fold or tri-fold wallet that holds all your cash or cards in one place.

Hemp Jewelry

  • Some men like to create their own jewelry to accessorize an outfit with. One type of jewelry men can make is from hemp. Hemp string is available at craft stores and can be braided in several ways using different amounts of string. Men can add sea shells for a piece of beach jewelry or add a buckle on the end instead of a clasp for a more masculine look.


  • Instead of paying high prices for screen print T-shirts at the mall, men can created their own T-shirts for any occasion using several methods. For artistically inclined men, experiment with airbrushed paints on T-shirts. Another idea would be to create a graphic on a computer program and print it on iron-on transfer paper. Tie-dying a shirt is another option for a beach look.

Wall Art

  • There are so many things in a bachelor's or young man's home that can be used to create wall art that displays masculinity and personality. Frame movie posters or create a poster using a favorite photograph for a bold statement. Contact paper that lines cabinets can be used to create wall decals or spray paint a piece of wood with graffiti and hang it in a bedroom or restroom for a decorative yet manly touch.

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