10 DIYers On YouTube To Follow

Find creative inspiration for your next DIY on these YouTube channels

If you are looking for some more YouTube channels to subscribe to for creative inspiration there is a plethora of instructional DIY projects on YouTube that can help you find inspiration for your next project. Here are 10 popular YouTube channels to follow to for creative and information DIY project ideas.

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    Miss Kris
    Miss Kris. Miss Kris

    Miss Kris is a much beloved DIY diva whose YouTube channel is jammed packed with top notch DIY content for home decor and fashion. While on her YouTube page make sure to watch her Miss Kris' Guide To Fabulous playlist that will teach you how make a hey girl doormat, lucite end table, and glitter flats.

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    Made Everyday
    Made Everyday. Made Everyday

    Dana YouTube channel Made Everyday will leave you with a huge list of sewing and DIY projects you are certain to want to try. If you are a novice at sewing make sure to check out her videos on how to sew a zipper, tote bag or pillow case that will leave you feeling inspired to break out your sewing machine and get DIYing. Dana also offers clever party decor and gift idea projects that are not to be missed.

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    HGTV Handmade
    HGTV Handmade. HGTV Handmade

    HGTV offers a separate YouTube channel called HGTV Handmade which features DIY video bloggers Meg, Ann, Julia, Karen, and Marian who take turns teaching simple DIY projects for upscaling thrift store finds, creating stylish accessories, or easy wall decor ideas. 

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    ThreadBanger. ThreadBanger

    ThreadBanger Youtube channel that offers hundreds of home decor and DIY videos. While viewing their videos make sure to check out the Man vs Pin and Corinne Vs. Pin playlists which test popular Pinterest DIY pins to see if the projects work as shown on Pinterest.

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    Brit + Co
    Brit + Co. Brit + Co

    The popular DIY site Brit + Co also has an outstanding Youtube channel filled with innovate creative ideas in easy to follow instructional videos that will teach you everything from calligraphy, flower arranging, to how to decorate your walls using tape.

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    Etsy. Etsy

    Etsy, the popular website for selling and buying handmade and vintage items also offers a how-to Tuesday playlist that will teach you how to make an assortment of things from confetti bombs, mustard, light bulb terrariums, to natural fabric dyes on their YouTube channel. 

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    Oh Joy
    Oh Joy. Oh Joy

    DIY guru Joy Cho, from the blog Oh Joy, has a YouTube channel Oh Joy that is not to be missed. Check out her YouTube channel for colorful fun do it yourself projects for children, decorating your home or entertaining such as how to make a floral arch, how to decorate cupcakes or how to make a herb centerpiece.

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    Anneorshine. Ann Le

    Anneorshine YouTube channel is run by Ann Le, a DIYer who is the creative mastermind behind all the cute DIY project ideas. From seasonal DIY ideas for Halloween, Mother's Day or Christmas, to back to school and home decor ideas Ann Le has adorable DIY project you are certain to want to try.

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    Debi's Design Diary
    Debi's Design Diary. Debi's Design Diary

    Debi has a fun YouTube channel called Debi's Design Diary where she focuses on redesigning or repurposing vintage finds and making stylish handmade projects. If you are looking to paint the old dining room chairs you inherited in glitter or want to turn your bland sunglasses into something fit for a mermaid by adding seashells this is the YouTube channel for you. 

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    Dazzle DIY
    Dazzle DIY. Dazzle DIY

    In Aubrey's spare time from studying Graphic Design, she manages her DIY YouTube channel Dazzle DIY which is designed for teenagers or 20 somethings who are looking for affordable DIY dorm room decorating ideas from cupcake room decor, vintage album art, to dollar store organization ideas. If you know of any crafty students heading to University or College this fall make sure to forward them this popular YouTube channel.