5 DIY and Craft Instagram Accounts to Follow for Daily Inspiration

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Pinterest might be the go-to platform for DIY ideas, but Instagram offers a lot of DIY inspiration, too! You just need to know which accounts to follow. If you want to see some of the best creative projects, check out these accounts. 

Jenni is an interior designer and style guru who never seems to run out of DIY ideas. Her Instagram feed is filled with beautiful photos of DIY home crafts, as well as some easy-to-follow home recipes. In July last year, The Today  Show featured Jenni’s renovation project of a 125-year-old home, where she used parts of the old house as components for new furniture. For instance, she saved the iron rods from the ceiling structure and turned them into modern staircase railings.

Kelly Mindell has been running Studio DIY since 2011, but she’s been in the DIY scene ever since she was a kid. She also has her own blog and attributes her rise to fame to her post about a DIY pineapple costume in 2013. She has worked on big projects ever since, including designing a costume for Miley Cyrus and collaborating on a Modernica chair. Kelly creates everything from clutch designs to home decor to party ideas. As she states on her blog, “Studio DIY is in charge of making life a party!”

Chelsea Foy is the creative mind behind the Lovely Indeed blog. She also shares updates on her brand via Instagram, and her projects include creative workshops, crafting books, and speaking engagements. She has already been featured on online media outlets such as HGTV, Apartment Therapy, the Huffington Post, and more. If you want to see some recipe ideas, home projects, and DIY jewelry, hit that follow button on the Lovely Indeed Instagram account!

Brittany started The House that Lars Built blog eight years ago as a graduate school project, and she now posts details of her work on Instagram as well. Utah Business noted that she gained a lot of attention when she posted about her DIY wedding, judging by the sudden increase in web traffic and inquiries from people. Her business now features a whole range of DIY projects – not only will you see party and home decor, but also DIY accessories and other fashion pieces.

Vickie Howell is one of the few DIY enthusiasts who has her own show! She’s the knitting expert you see on the PBS series Knitting Daily TV and the DIY Network/HGTV series Knitty Gritty. Vickie debuted her international show on YouTube in October last year. That’s because the knitting queen has amassed a massive following worldwide, with most of her viewers from the United States, Australia, Japan, New Zealand, and India. Aside from watching her shows, you can get some fast knitting and DIY ideas from her Instagram account.

Of course, don’t forget to follow me; Rustic Refined’s Instagram account (@rustic_refined) as well, to find all kinds ideas for industrial home decor.