Google's Top 5 Crafting DIY Blogs
Updated: Nov 11, 2020
After googling Crafting DIY blogs I will be blogging about the first 5 websites that appear.
I googled “Crafting DIY Blogs”
I opened up the top 5 links into new tabs.
The Top 100 Craft Blogs, Websites And Best Crafting Bloggers To Follow in 2020
Crafty like Granny talks about celebrating the fantastic and hard-working craft bloggers. She is offering her readers to vote for their favorite Craft Bloggers. She is allowing the top 100 favorite crafters to make the list, but as of 11/7/2020 there aren’t 100 yet. So keep voting for you favorite to get them added to the list. My goal is to one day make it on this list. Hint Hint. Even though I am new.
Crafty Granny wants to thank all of her readers that have submitted their favorite blog. I think she gets a little distracted reading and visiting new blog sites and learning about new crafts, tips, and DIYs.
Granny asked her lovely readers, and they are currently voting for their favorite Craft Bloggers.
As you can see, there are not quite 100 yet. Votes from our lovely readers are still coming in.
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Editor’s Note – This post on her blog page was last updated on Saturday, December 23rd, 2018 so some of the bloggers are not currently blogging.
I will go through her selection and give you the 2020 update info on their blogs or website.
This is Granny’s list of her readers Favorite Crafting DIY Blogs or Websites
So this is going to be a work in progress since writing this post will take hours. I have been working on this for several hours already today.
Here we Go!!
Mer Mag by Merrilee Liddiard
Mer Mags blog is still up and running. From first glance I can see why this blog was added to Granny’s list. I recommend you check this site out. There are a few awards that the blog has earned: Best Kid Focused Blog Award ( BornCute.com ) ( https://borncute.com/best-kid-focused-blogs/ ) – Top 50 Craft Blogs 2013 ( http://www.babble.com/mom/top-50-craft-blogs-mom/ ) – Babble 100 Best Bloggers 2013 Design + Home ( http://www.babble.com/babble-100/design-home-2013/merrilee-liddiard/ ) - They offer an online Kids Craft camp – They wrote a Book Playful: Fun Projects to Make With + For Kids Hardcover – Illustrated, September 16, 2014 that can be found on Amazon. You can even send a hug with a card [ Social Distance ] at a time that is need. (http://mermagblog.com/send-a-social-distance-hug-card/ )
MerMag is a beautifully crafted website, that focuses on crafts that kids and grown-ups can do together. You can see the passion and love that went into designing her blog.
Crafty Chica by Kathy Cano-Murillo
Her blog is still up and running and upon my first visit one word came to mind. As Joey Lawrence on Blossom would say “whoa”.
What a fantastic looking blog with vibrant colors if you are a fan of Day of the Dead and Sugar Skulls this is one blog you need to check out. There is a lot that can be learned by visiting. Kathy is promoting positivity through creativity.
She is an author : Forever Frida: A Celebration of the Life, Art, Loves, Words, and Style of Frida Kahlo Hardcover – July 9, 2019 You can find her book on Amazon:
Natalme by Natalie Wright
Her website is no longer active and there hasn’t been activity on her factbook page for some time.
Sugar & Cloth by Ashley Rose
Upon first visit I did have to close out a few pop ads but, that really is no big deal!!
Sugar & Cloth offers DIY’s, Décor, Recipes, Printables, and more. The set up and images are very pleasing to the eyes. Two Images that really caught my eyes are the “Poolside Christmas Décor with Santa as well as the image for the mouth watering “Best Easy Apple Cobbler Recipe”
Hello Hydrangea by Lindsey Campbell
Upon my first visit: The blog is a very simple set-up and straight to the point. Weaving, Macrame, Punch Needle, and workshops.
This is a great site to learn about this art. Images are very inviting to even the beginners. The workshops offer a very fair priced Monthly weaving series.
Lindsey shares her expertise by offering her knowledge with helpful tips and tricks on everything to do with weaving. “make creativity fulfilling and as easy as possible”
Yarn Harlot by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee
Why they love it: For over 14 years Stephanie has been writing and blogging about her life and knitting pursuits. Stephanie Pearl-McPhee is a highly acclaimed author and knitting expert. Stephanie’s blog is more like a book than a blog.
Her knitting books are full of humor and contain fabulous knitting tips and tricks.
Knitting Rules!: The Yarn Harlot's Bag of Knitting Tricks , Things I Learned From Knitting: ...whether I wanted to or not , The Amazing Thing About the Way It Goes: Stories of Tidiness, Self-Esteem and Other Things I gave Up On, Knits End -Storey Publishing , Stephanie Pearl-McPhee: Yarn Harlot : The Secret Life of a Knitter (Paperback); 2005 Edition , Stephanie Pearl-McPhee Casts Off by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee ,(1-Aug-2007) , Yarn Harlot by Pearl-McPhee, Stephanie (2007) , At Knit's End by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee (2-Apr-2005) , Stephanie Pearl-McPhee Casts Off: The Yarn Harlot's Guide to the Land of Knitting , Knitting Rules!: The Yarn Harlot's Bag of Knitting Tricks , Things I Learned From Knitting: ...whether I wanted to or not, The Amazing Thing About the Way It Goes: Stories of Tidiness, Self-Esteem and Other Things I gave Up On, Yarn Harlot: The Secret Life of a Knitter, Free-Range Knitter: The Yarn Harlot Writes Again, All Wound Up: The Yarn Harlot Writes for a Spin , At Knit's End: Meditations for Women Who Knit Too Much - https://amzn.to/3l7MbOk all formats : https://amzn.to/32j3THp
A Beautiful Mess by Elsie and Emma
Upon First Glance: Elsie and Emma has been blogging since 2007. It is an easy to follow set-up. In addition to crafting they also provides links to Décor, Advice, Recipes, Style, and their favorites. Now let’s talk about crafting: Jewelry, Paper Crafts, Sewing, Spa, Textile Printing, They have a nice variety of DIYs. I can’t wait to try the “DIY Alcohol Ink Resin Coasters. They run a successful blog and have written several books. Two of which are Happy Handmade Home, ( https://amzn.to/2U6swSZ ) and Photo Idea Book. ( https://amzn.to/2GJteTm ) Weekday Weekend
Their motto is “Stay At Home + And Make Something,” https://abeautifulmess.com/welcome-to-abm/
Paper and Stitch by Brittni Mehlhoff
Upon First Glance: I like how the blog is set-up. The posts are easy to follow along with each category having a sub-category. There seems to be plenty of easy crafting DIYs to try.
Paper and Stitch has been blogging since 2008. In case you are curious this blog also has post related to Interiors, Food, Fashion, Travel, and a shop
Flamingo Toes by Bev McCullough
Upon First Glance: Oh for the love of colors. Yes please! The setup of Flamingo Toes is very fun. This looks like a great blog to follow for crafters who work with fabric. Quilting, Sewing, Embroidery, Cross Stitch, Crafting, and Holidays.
Flamingo Toes offer free patterns and How To Do That: Tips on Embroidery, Jewelry, Flower and Bows. I can’t wait to give “Colorful Floral DIY Ornaments” a try.
Design Sponge by Grace Bonney
Upon First Glance: When I first come to the site a pop up appears stating that after 15 years of blogging they will be closing the doors in September 2020. I am a little confused since the blog still seems to be active.
The Idea Room by Amy Huntley
Upon First Glance: “Inspiring Mothers, Women, and Families” Greet you as you enter her blog. The setup of The Idea Room us a simple looking blog with a lot of content. It seems to have plenty of Crafting DIYs, many “Tips & Tricks”, as well as many Recipes.
I think The Idea Room is worth checking out. I know I will be revisiting when I have time to read some of her post. And one more thing. “Lemon Drop Cookies” Please!!
Lots More to Come:
Here is a small hint of what is headed your way: The following is not complete. I still need to visit the blog/websites so I can give you more information:
A Little Craft In Your Day by Courtney and Tanner
Upon First Glance: Run by Courtney and Tanner, More info coming.
Positively Splendid by Amy Bell
Upon First Glance: The blog began in 2010. More info coming soon.
Crafterholic by Fern
Upon First Glance: Fern is the brain behind the wonderful site, Crafterholic. More info coming soon.
The Crafty Angels by Angela Jose
Upon First Glance: More info coming soon,
The Crafted Sparrow by Rebecca Lopez
Upon First Glance: The Crafted Sparrow was started several years ago, in 2011, by Rebecca. More info coming soon.
Rosyscription by Shannon
Upon First Glance: Madigan Made has now become Rosyscription. What is a Rosyscription? Well, according to the website owner, Shannon, it is a ‘prescription’ for a rosy and creative life?
More info coming soon.
Aunt Peaches by Amanda Evanston
Upon First Glance: Aunt Peaches, a craft site, More info coming soon.
Find Aunt Peaches on Instagram
Creative Green Living by Carrissa Bonham
Upon First Glance: Carissa from Creative Green Living has three main loves, being creative, looking after the environment, and making healthy choices for her family. More info coming soon.
I Heart Naptime by Jamielyn Nye
Upon First Glance: Jamielyn Nye has a passion is to be thrifty and repurposing old treasures. More info coming soon.
Skip To My Lou by Cindy Hopper
Upon First Glance: Skip to my Lou is the work of Cindy Hopper Her site offers fabulous inspiration with free patterns, downloads, and ideas for craft projects. More info coming soon.
Not Martha by Meagan Reardon
Upon First Glance: The blog Not Martha has been around since 2001 and has heaps of ideas that Megan has tried over the years. More info coming soon.
Crafts On Sea by Kate Williams
Upon First Glance: Inspired by her life by the sea and her passion for craft, Kate loves to share her crafty More info coming soon.
Heart and Handmade by Claire
Upon First Glance: Heart and Handmade are all about stupidly simple crafts and DIY projects that don’t take forever to make. More info coming soon.
Claireabelle Makes By Claire
Upon First Glance: Claireabellemakes is the creative lifestyle brand of Claire Wilson. More info coming soon.
A Pair And A Spare by Geneva Vanderzeil
Upon First Glance: Geneva has published a best selling book called DIY Fashionista. ( https://amzn.to/3k7u7mb ) More info coming soon.
Crafts By Amanda by Amanda Formaro
Upon First Glance: Amanda Formano loves to cook, bake and be creative. More info coming soon.
Tip Junkie by Laurie Turk
Upon First Glance: Laurie Turk loves to create and embellish.
Plenty of DIY ideas and themed holiday craft suggestions. More info coming soon.
Jenny Batt by Jenny Batt
Upon First Glance: Her Jenny has a background is in art and illustration. she loves to paint and encourages everyone to produce their own art. More info coming soon.
Lia Griffith by Lia Griffith
Upon First Glance: Lia followed a career of design, she realized that she was a teacher at heart. Her craft projects are achievable for all levels. More info coming soon.
My Poppet by Cintia
Upon First Glance: Cintia has been blogging since 2007 and loves to share all the joys of craft with her readers.
repurposing materials and other items. More info coming soon.
Oh The Lovely Things! by Clemence
Upon First Glance: Clemence loves all sorts of crafty things, from DIY solutions, to free crafty printables. Oh The Lovely Things is a treasure trove, weekly round-up of interesting and fun DIY projects More info coming soon.
Poppy Talk by Jan Halvarson and Earl Einarson
Upon First Glance: blogging about craft, design, and DIY has made Jan Halvarson and Earl Einarson have been blogging for 13 plus years.. which has 9+ million readers worldwide. They share all sorts of content from all over the DIY blogosphere. More info coming soon.
P.S I Made This by Erica Domesek
Upon First Glance: Craft The Life You Want is the motto Erica Domesek, the founder, has been running it since 2009, More info coming soon.
Shrimp Salad Circus by Lindsay Ponta
Upon First Glance: Lindsay’s site, Shrimp Salad Circus. She is known for her Craft & DIY projects, but her hobbies include hand-lettering, cooking and baking, and photography.
One thing we like is there are lots of free printables she creates for you to use. More info coming soon.
Jacks and Kate by Krishna
Upon First Glance: Jacks & Kate is a lifestyle and DIY blog run by a homeschooling mum of four, Krisha.. She is very creative and loves photography and crafting. More info coming soon.
Mini Echo by Kate Lilly
Upon First Glance: Kate from Mini Eco is a crafter, lover of making things with paper, and mum.
It looks like Kate hasn’t been blogging since 2015, More info coming soon.
The Sweetest Occasion by Cyd Converse
Upon First Glance: Cyd Converse started this website in honor of her grandmother, who kickstarted and embodied her dreams and passions. More info coming soon.
Tatertots and Jello by Jennifer Hadfield
Upon First Glance: The site aims to encourage other people’s creativity and to support them in their journey. More info coming soon.
Sincerely, Kinsey by Kinsey Mhire
Upon First Glance: Kinsey Mhire is a photographer by trade and all-round creative soul. More info coming soon.
Say Yes by Liz Stanley
Upon First Glance: Liz created Say Yes to reflect her passions, personal and stylish living and crafts, More info coming soon.
I Spy DIY by Jenni Radosevich
Upon First Glance: love of all things DIY is what keeps Jenni Radosevich going. She started I Spy DIY in 2012 More info coming soon.
Lovely Indeed By Chelsea Foy
Upon First Glance: Chelsea Foy, the founder of the site, More info coming soon.
Upon First Glance: Pie N’ The Sky is a lifestyle and craft blog run by Melisa Garcia. More info coming soon.
Upon First Glance: Tauni Everett was a public relations executive for many years, She likes home decor and DIY and shares her passions with the world on her site, Tauni + Co. More info coming soon.
Upon First Glance: Stephanie Chan is a crafter, mum to two girls, and loves to share her crafting expertise on her blog, the Silly Pearl. More info coming soon.
Upon First Glance: Erin Souder has been running her brand since 2011. More info coming soon.
You Are My Fave by Melanie Blogett
Upon First Glance: Please note this site is no longer active, but it is still working and has some great content, so well worth a look. More info coming soon.
Upon First Glance: Amy loves nothing more than crafting and adding that extra bit of color to her life. There’s a lot of tutorials on the site, so well worth a look. More info coming soon.
Oana Befort by Oana Befort
Upon First Glance: Oana Befort, (pronounced “Wanna,”) is a Romanian graphic artist and illustrator, who now makes her home in the Midwest in the US, More info coming soon.
Building 25 by Numerous Bloggers
Upon First Glance: Building 25 is a unique, creative space set in an old warehouse in the Navy Yard, Philadelphia, the US. More info coming soon.
Upon First Glance: Mandi created Vintage Revivals to share her passion for all things DIY, and it has grown from there. She loves to help others achieve their decorating dreams. More info coming soon.
Upon First Glance: Jordan Fenney is an event planner by trade, and an all-around craft and party lover. In 2006, she decided to combine her commercial expertise and love of DIY, so she created Oh Happy Day. More info coming soon
Upon First Glance: Crafts Unleashed is a site that focuses on easy, enjoyable and straightforward crafts that everyone can do. More info coming soon.
Upon First Glance: When Joy Cho, a lover of craft, created her graphic design studio in 2005, More info coming soon.
Pretty Prudent by Jaime Morrison Curtis and Jacinda Boneau
Upon First Glance: Jacinda and Jaime both have a passion for beautiful home design, craft and travel. Together they started Pretty Prudent and have written a book. More info coming soon. Pretty Prudent Home: Your Ultimate Guide to Creating a Beautiful Family Home
Studio DIY by Kelly Mindell
Upon First Glance: Kelly started her blog to encourage others to create a beautiful life. More info coming soon.
Chica and Jo by Chica & Jo
Upon First Glance: Chica and Jo is a website dedicated to clever craft ideas and inexpensive solutions. More Info coming soon.
Uncommon Designs by Trish Flake
Upon First Glance: Uncommon Designs shares projects of detailed craft, home decor, and holiday tutorials. More info coming soon.
The Purple Pumpkin by Michelle Ordever
Upon First Glance: Based in the UK, Michelle loves to share creative ideas More info coming soon.
Hello Glow by Stephanie Gerber
Upon First Glance: Stephanie started Hello Glow in 2011 More Info coming soon.
Kids Craft Room By Emma Smith
Upon First Glance: Emma started her blog to provide lots of great activities for kids. More info coming soon
A Spoonful Of Sugar by Lisa and Sarah Cox
Upon First Glance: Lisa and Sarah are a mother and daughter team from Perth, Australia. More info coming soon.
Crafty Pod by Diane Gilleland
Upon First Glance: More Info coming soon,
Red Ted Art by Maggy Woodley
Upon First Glance: Red Ted Art is all about inspiring you to have a go and be Crafty. More info coming soon.
House Wren Studio by Charlotte Lyons
Upon First Glance: Charlotte Lyons is an author, teacher, and artist based in southwestern Vermont. More info coming
Blue Roof Designs by Elissa Campbell
Upon First Glance: Elissa’s studio in beautiful Montpelier, Vermont More info coming soon
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