Top Ten: DIY Instagrammers
Everybody loves a good project.
These 10 Instagrammers redefine what it means to do it yourself, offering up unique crafts and activities to their creative followers.
If you're looking to begin your own new project (or just want to watch others do them), these 10 Instagram accounts will provide all the inspiration you need.
Kailo Chic began in 2005 when creator Kara Whitten diverged from her intended career path (chemical engineering) and began sewing with scrap fabric.
The blog is now a playful rainbow of projects, and she partners with ConsumerCrafts to make sure her followers have access to the components.
A sophisticated palette and a whole lot of chic style makes this Instagram a great follow.
Jenni Radosevich began the site in 2010 as a creative outlet, and it has expanded from there into a DIY renovator's dream blog.
If you're looking for a project to take on with your kids,
There's no better expert than Rachel Faucett, the woman behind Handmade Charlotte. She's a mother of 5, and her Instagram features lots of cute crafts demo'd by the family.
From what we can tell off her Instagram feed,
Lia Griffith likes to restrict her posts to crafts and DIY projects,
keeping her personal life fairly distant. We have to thank her for it, because it means more inspiration crammed into one Instagram account!
Francesca Stone of Fall for DIY is a trend-follower,
bringing us the latest adventures from the DIY world. Her bohemian and artistic sensibility makes her Instagram a soothing and inspiring place.
This elegant Instagram is a little different from other DIY blogs,
taking a slightly more streamlined approach and selectively pairing bright colors with neutrals and darks. Mani Gubler, the creator of Vintage Revivals, claims that the blog runs on "paint fumes & blind enthusuasm".
This blog is a fun feed dedicated to artful living and making.
Brittany Watson Jepson, its creator, is an artist in her own right, making time for both DIY creations and art installations.
Design and style expert Erica Domesk is responsible for this beautifully constructed Instagram account,
where many of her hand-made accessories and objects appear. She released her first best-selling book in 2010, and her Instagram is a treat for anyone with an eye to appreciate the level of design expertise in each photograph.
Rachel Mae Smith is both an author and a color enthusiast, but our favorite thing about her has to be her organizational skills.
She gives great inspiration for the messiest of crafters, offering de-cluttering techniques that are also stunning to look at.
Kelly Mindell is the mind behind Studio DIY, a vibrant lifestyle and DIY blog devoted to making life a party.
She shares photos of her family, especially crafts inspired by her young son. Join her 390k followers for whimsy and color.
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