In the world of online inspiration, there are endless new platforms and accounts to discover on a daily basis. But none seem to be as overflowing with visual and art/design related talent as Instagram. In light of today’s DIY theme, I wanted to share 10 accounts that I have been following and loving for their fantastic DIY content and ideas. From simple projects taught in one frame to video how-tos and other crafty ideas, these feeds prove that you don’t need a lot of room to get across a lot of DIY information. Thanks so much to all of these incredible writers/crafters/makers for inspiring us on a daily basis with such beautiful images and ideas to make something wonderful with our own two hands. xo, grace
Click through for all 10 DIY feeds to follow after the jump!
Elsie Larson: Elsie is one half of A Beautiful Mess, a major DIY destination and one of the most popular apps in the iTunes store. Her feed is full of color, DIY inspiration and actual projects (from crafts to cooking) you can check out in full on her site.
Honestly WTF: Erica’s feed is connected to her excellent DIY and style blog of the same name and is a great mix of jewelry, home and food ideas. She is an excellent stylist, too – her photos always feel like magazine spreads come to life.
Hank and Hunt: Jenny Batt’s feed combines colorful, upbeat DIY and decoration concepts with a cool PNW feel. Her DIY ideas range from food and upgrading furniture to parties and around-the-house crafts.
Ann Marie Loves: Ann-Marie Espinoza works magic with paper and stamps, so if you prefer paper and scissors over power tools and paint, this is the feed for you.
Oh Happy Day: Jordan’s feed is a favorite of most bloggers I know, so it’s no secret that her Instagram page is as full of colorful and fun projects as her site. I think she’s especially fantastic at coming up with clever projects for kids, so if you need something to do with/for the little ones, keep an eye on Jordan’s feed.
Sugar and Cloth: Ashley Rose’s feed is bright, colorful and full of festive ideas for cooking, crafting and decorating DIYs. I love her edible confetti idea – I’m going to have to try that one soon.
Confetti System: This team is already well-known for their festive decorations, so it’s no surprise that their Instagram feed is just as full of creative party and decorating ideas, most involving brightly colored paper and some serious shimmer.
PS I Made This: Erica Domesek is our original DIY queen and she knows how to make EVERYTHING by hand, from vases and decor to clothing, jewelry and beauty goods. If you love what you see in magazines but don’t love the price tag, she’ll teach you how to make a DIY version of just about everything cool.
Studio DIY: Kelly Lanza knows her way around a DIY, in fact, she’s got a whole blog dedicated to great project ideas. Her feed is just as full of those colorful, cheerful projects that the LA blogging community has become known for. If pink and gold and sparkle make your day, this is a must-visit.
I Spy DIY: Jenni Radosevich has literally written the book on DIY style, so her feed is a great place to pick up ideas for turning your everyday clothing into something special. From dip-dyed sweaters to printed dresses, she knows how to kick things up a notch.