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My Favorite D.I.Y. Accounts To Follow

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From children’s crafts, to party décor, to home project tutorials…we’ve rounded up a few of the best DIY Instagram accounts to follow ASAP!


‘Crafty’ has amassed an impressive 5.5 MILLION followers on Instagram and provides the perfect balance of tutorials and DIY inspo.  Much like the popular Buzzfeed Tasty tutorials, the Crafty how-to videos are quick, clear, and simple to follow for every level crafter.  In addition to DIY home projects (DIY letter holders and DIY corkboards,) they also provide great tutorials on how to make your own soap or puppy shampoo!


Elsie and Emma are the masterminds behind the popular account at @ABeautifulMess.  The two sisters have built an audience of over 610,000 followers with their stunning profile.  A Beautiful Mess often features home interior before/ afters, and you can even find a few recipes thrown in on their blog! In addition to incredible content, the pair also gives back to their followers with the occasional giveaway. 


If you love bright, uplifting, fun Insta profiles, then you will LOVE @OhHappyDay.  Based in San Francisco, the @OhHappyDay team provides all the inspiration you need to throw a creative, show-stopping party.  With balloon wall displays and fun themed napkins, scrolling through their feed will make you feel the need to throw a gathering ASAP.  Take inspo from their mermaid, watermelon, or pastel-colored themes!


Kim, AKA Kimbo, over at @AGirlAndAGlueGun has one of the best-rounded crafting profiles on Insta! Seriously…she’s got everything! From craft storage ideas to planner inspiration, she will inspire any crafter at heart.  Plus, if you head over to her blog, you can find lots of free goodies! She often provides her followers with free printables and cut files for the Silhoette cutting machine. 


If you are a letterboard-lover…this account is for you!! @SmartFunDIY is the ultimate place for sassy letterboard ideas, as well as organization tips for those messy craft rooms.  They often utilize a variety of drawers, peg boards, and containers for all crafting storage needs.  Plus, you can find the occasional fun Disneyland post thrown in! Who doesn’t love that?!


In the sunny city of Tampa Bay, Stacey runs the incredible @GluedToMyCrafts account.  Trust me, if you have young kids (or are a grown-up who’s a kid at heart) you’ve got to check out Stacey’s page.  She utilizes all the classics: paper plates, popsicle sticks, cotton balls, etc. to piece together children’s crafts. She’s also got great ideas for teachers gifts and personalized cards. I love how she used construction paper and popsicle sticks to make candy apples!