Experts Tell Us the Best DIY Craft Sites

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This article showcases our top picks for the Best DIY Craft Sites. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below).


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Nuts about Needlepoint


This product was recommended by Janet M Perry from Nuts about Needlepoint


The leading and largest needlepoint blog, published daily for over a decade, this site has an extensive collection of original free projects, tons of stitch diagrams, and extensive information on techniques. In addition this site has links to many free projects from others.


Oh So Kel


This product was recommended by Kelly Harmer from Oh So Kel


This blog is all about creating inspiration for beautiful living and sharing craft projects to keep the whole family happy and the home personal.


Something Turquoise


This product was recommended by Jessica Bishop from The Budget Savvy Bride


Something Turquoise is an incredible craft blog with creative, beautiful projects for weddings, home, and kids! Their projects are easy to follow and feature nicely styled step by step instructions for all their crafts.


Saved by Scottie


This product was recommended by Scottie Vosburgh from Saved by Scottie, LLC


What started as a fascination with a painted chair, created a whole new world of creativity and projects that I love sharing with others and hopefully inspiring them to try something new too! Saved by Scottie is all things DIY: painting, home decoration, rv remodeling, and building.




This product was recommended by Liza Grando from The Moss-Tucker Group


Faber-Castell is also one of the American Art Therapy Associations’ partners and have provided supplies for treatment.


Unique in the Creek


This product was recommended by Ashley Lowe from Unique in the Creek


Unique in the Creek is a DIY wreathing blog that teaches crafters how to create their own beautiful wreaths. Unique in the Creek is known for designing and innovating an array of wreath boards that are guaranteed to provide hours of crafting fun. Any crafter can easily follow along with Laurie, founder of Unique in the Creek, by watching her Youtube video tutorials that explain the step-by-step process of creating your own wreath design. Supplies are available on the Unique in the Creek site or through Amazon.




This product was recommended by Robyn L. Coburn from WorkInProduction


ScraPerfect provides a number of awesome crafting products including Best Glue Ever, Best Cleaner Ever and Embellie Gellie. The primary focus is on papercrafts including cards and scrapbooking, but the products work for all kinds of DIY and crafting because they can be used on a multitude of materials including wood, metals, plastics and textiles. This means there is a nice range of different types of projects to view, and links to videos with steps. As a design team emeritus, I’ve contributed mixed media holiday themed decor in the past.


On The Fly…DIY


This product was recommended by Vicki Liston from VickiListon


On The Fly…DIY’ is a collection of unique, easy-to-follow DIY video tutorials with the casual DIYer in mind (those who aren’t professionals). Some examples of projects include: Tomato Cage Cloche, Upside Down Planter, Porch Pirate Proof Mailbox, and a Vortex Water Feature. The proceeds earned from the YouTube channel are donated to no-kill animal shelters and rescue organizations so as you are learning to make something, you are helping animals in need.


Just Might DIY


This product was recommended by JZ Shipp from Just Might DIY


Just Might DIY is what happens when two DIY enthusiasts come together and decide to have a little fun–making everything from furniture to home decor items. JZ’s crazy DIY ideas and boldness with color combine flawlessly with Daniel’s ingenuity to create some truly unique projects around the house. The Just Might DIY blog includes tons of tips, tutorials (written and video) and more.


Written by Eve O'Rourke


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