Creativity has no limits and there can never be too many bloggers to follow or be inspired by.
Here in this post I would like to share with you, in no particular order my 5 favourite do-it-yourself blogs, and more about what they do. When life is short, keep calm and craft ;)
Ps: This is NOT a sponsored post. I'm purely just a huge fan.
Brit + Co is a San Francisco-based company that provides information from beauty and fashion to brush lettering, diy and even the latest news. Their website is easy to navigate and the visuals never fail to impress. It's basically a single website that covers many topics that the internet-savvy female may be interested in.
I've followed A Pair & A Spare for many years; ever since it's beginnings as a regular journal for Geneva's DIY projects. Fast forward many years, the website now features creative content in all areas of life. The amazing thing about the posts by Geneva is how beautifully effortless her fashion sense and life style appears to be. It gives us - the regular people - hope that we can also achieve what she has done in her life.
Jessica Jones was one of my top favourite bloggers since a long time ago, thanks to her adorable DIY tutorials and lovely photos (it captures my attention, and is easy on the eye). Unfortunately, she has long stopped running her blog... but at least, the posts are still around for all to read and see. You may still view her blog for inspiration, and its worth a visit if you do not mind reading old content.
Young House Love is written by John & Sherry. This blog focuses a lot on home-related projects and I am totally in love with their designs and creations. They have super cute ideas for the young couples getting their first home, or for the old couples looking to revamp their humble abode. It's also really cool when they aren't afraid to admit when projects have gone wrong. As far as home DIY goes, you wouldn't want to miss out on this couple.
Studio DIY is among my favourite DIY blogs online, and its largely due to the energy that seems to radiate from Kelly - the founder. Take a quick look at the webpage, and you'll realise that they aren't afraid of using colour, or quirky ideas! The team behind Studio DIY seem to be always filled with happiness and they aren't afraid to share it. Go on, and click on the link. You might just need that splash of colour in your life.