Top DIY craft Instagram accounts to follow
As we find ourselves with much more time on our hands, the world is getting craftier. Here are the Instagram accounts we value for crafts…
1. 5-minute crafts
The best crafting account of all time. With over 41m followers, it’s clear we’re not the only ones who think so. They cover absolutely everything, and explain silently through short how to videos. Definitely an account to follow.
Link here: @5.min.craft
2. Mrs Hinch
The famous Sophie Hinchliffe (Known on Instagram as Mrs.Hinch) has hacks for everything, not just cleaning – although it’s useful to follow her for crafty cleaning tips too. She shows people what to make from cheap stores like B&M, eBay and Home Bargins… or nature, so good for all budgets!
Link here: @Mrshinchhome
3. @damasklove by Amber Kemp-Gerstel
Amber has tons of ideas on everything that you can make from home, from standard objects around the house. Her content is bright and family friendly, and contains everything from DIY baskets to mini balcony gardens. Plus – on her website Damask Love there are lots of free downloadable/printable templates so you can easily use her designs.
Link here: @damasklove
4. Studio DIY
Kelly Mindell is the founder of Studio DIY – a website for family friendly DIY and craft ideas. There are hundreds of guides from kids party ideas to kids toys, kids clothing and helpful crafty home hacks. If you’re looking for something to fill the day for children, this website is well worth checking out for ideas.
5. Stacey Soloman
First a singer, then known for being on Loose Women, now during lockdown she has become a super crafting genius – from fun food animals for her kids, to making her home more homely with (almost) rubbish turned into useful objects, very good on the sustainability scale (in one of her videos Stacey even uses empty tomato ketchup bottles to make pencil pot holders for her sons!).
Link here: @Staceysoloman