Recently, I’ve taken a liking to DIY YouTube channels. By “taken a liking,” I of course mean that I can’t stop watching them. The tutorials you find on DIY YouTube channels look so easy, and the people behind the channels seem like so much fun, it’s hard not to get a little obsessed. Whether you’re already obsessed like I am, or are simply looking for some channels to check out for yourself, your next DIY YouTube channel obsession is just a click away!
Table of contents:
- anne or shine
- a fab life
1 Anne or Shine
Ann Le is the person who started my recent obsession with DIY YouTube channels. Her DIY videos are always pretty easy, original, and adorable. I’m under the impression that you could decorate your entire house simply with the tutorials in Ann’s videos. I don’t know how she does it, but I can’t get enough.
Lauren’s DIY videos tend to be more clothing-centered than home décor-centered, but they’re still so awesome. She can transform any outfit into something completely different. Get ready to personalize your entire wardrobe after watching her videos!
3 A Fab Life
The girls at A Fab Life know how to completely overhaul and redecorate a house on a budget, in a way that looks like you bought everything from Anthropologie. If you think this sounds too good to be true, watch a few of their DIY videos and bow down to them with me. They are the DIY decorating queens of the Internet.
Aubrey at DazzleDIY has one of the most unique DIY channels on the Internet. Unlike most DIY channels, she doesn’t foray into beauty and fashion at all. Rather, she focuses on DIY crafts and home décor tips. Her channel is great if you’re looking for activities to try out with your kids this summer, or if you’re simply in the mood to get some classic DIY projects in!
Although Julia doesn’t post as often as she used to, her DIYs are too incredible not to mention. My personal favorite is the DIY glitter lamp. In fact, it’s next on my list of DIY projects. Every single one of her DIY videos are absolutely incredible, even though it seems like there aren’t many to choose from. After you’ve caught up on all of her videos on her main channel, check out the channel she currently posts more regularly on, HGTV Handmade.
Sarah definitely has the most unique DIY channel I’ve ever seen. Sometimes, it can really feel like you’re just watching the same DIYs over and over again on different YouTube channels, but that is not the case when you watch Sarah’s videos. She always does something you’ve never seen before, and it’s always amazing. If you’re not watching her, you’re missing out!
Andrea also makes crazily unique DIY videos. When was the last time you saw a DIY glue ring tutorial? I didn’t even know what they were until I watched her video! She’s definitely worth checking out whether you love DIY, beauty, and or even just random videos!
What’s your favorite DIY YouTube channel? Anneorshine is definitely my favorite at the moment. I just think that she’s hilarious, but so good at what she does! I’m always looking for new channels to check out, so let me know all of your favorite DIY YouTube channels in the comments!
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