1. Fargo Public Library: Book Crafts
Focusing on projects using repurposed books, this is a tidy page of individual projects as well as links to other sites with multiple projects.
(A word of experience regarding the books-into-boxes project featured - if you try it out, make your life easier: spend $20 and get an oscillating multitool.)
2. Gina DeLoretta Meinl: Teen Crafts
With an emphasis on re-purposed, inexpensive crafts, an eye to trends in the library world, and thematic weeks and YALSA events, this board offers some totally doable craft ideas and a fun amount of whimsy to shake it up.
Over 500 pins here with plenty of links to external collections of thematic tutorials on stuff like duct tape projects, wearable crafts, repurposing jeans, and fine art. Swartz has organized other boards with more targeted uses: this year's SRP theme, eco projects, and science experiments as well.
Here's where it starts to get fun. The Libraries As Incubator Project is collecting your craft project ideas this month to add to this board. It's a new and growing board from this really exciting project that you should definitely know about if you're incorporating the creative process into your library programs.
5. Heather Booth: Teen Programming in Libraries Collaborative Board
Yes, this is my own board, but it's not *just* my own board. This is another place to get in on the fun. Begun in 2011, this board quickly grew to a place where over 200 teen librarians and advocates share their favorite craft and program ideas, or bookmark their ambitious plans. You'll discover thematic waves as you scroll through it. Zombies, Hunger Games, Harry Potter, T-shirts, gaming, re-purposed books, etc. There is a lot of information and inspiration here. Comment on this post, on one of my pins on the board, or drop me an email if you'd like me to add you on as a collaborator.