14 DIYs That Will Remind You of Your Childhood

As back-to-school season gets closer and closer, you'll probably find yourself longing for a simpler time. Remember when someone else did your laundry and made sure you got your homework done? And how there was always a sugary snack waiting for you when you got home? When your biggest worry was which Lisa Frank folder to use for which subject? When your hair was someone else's problem?

Though you may not be able to travel back to childhood, you can relive it through these totally nostalgic DIYs.

1. Circus Animal Cookie Pillows


Go wild with these brightly-colored throw pillows, inspired by your favorite after-school snack.

2. Beauty and the Beast Chip Teacup


Sip from this enchanted teacup while you finish reading a tale as old as time for your English class.

3. Smiley Fries


Brighten your day with the only thing you ever wanted to eat for dinner.

4. Geodes


Relive your science fair glory days and grow your own geodes again!

5. Giant Jenga


This Jenga will bring all your friends to the yard…

6. Harry Potter Wand


Even though your Hogwarts letter still hasn't arrived, you can turn your university into Ilvermony with one these chopsticks-turned-wands. 

7. Rock Candy


#TBT to fourth grade science class with this technicolor treat.

8. Lego Vase


Everything about this Lego vase is awesome. 

9. Disney Princess Notebooks


Sparkle up your school supplies with these adorable Disney princess notebooks. 

10. Styrofoam Cup Floam


Now you can make the one as-seen-on-TV product you always wanted but never got!

11. Slime


Pretend you're at the Kids' Choice Awards with your favorite Nickelodeon stars!

12. Lisa Frank-Inspired Unicorn Headband


With this glittery headband, you'll be the coolest kid in school.

13. Slap Bracelet


Bring back the totally awesome fashion sense you had in elementary school with these DIY slap bracelets.

14. Pet Rock


Finally, a pet that you can keep in your dorm.

Though your childhood may be behind you, the best times are yet to come. Still, never be afraid to let your inner child shine.