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6 DIY YouTube Channels You Need To Subscribe To Right Now

Get ready to build some pretty things for your home!

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Whether you're taking calligraphy classes on the weekends or rushing to late-night origami lessons, there's never a bad time to learn something new. However, for most people who work 9-to-6 jobs, setting aside time for hobbies can be difficult. There's no need to worry though, you can still get in on the fun by watching YouTube videos. Don't know where to start? Here are a few staples on our bookmarks bar that you can check out: 

1. LaurDIY

If you like bright colors, glitter, and all things inspired by sunshine, LaurDIY's channel will be a sure hit. Lauren, who curates and creates content, gives step-by-step instructions, and even injects a few tips on how you can give each project a personal touch. 

2. PootlesPapercraft

For those who have a soft spot for beautiful paper, adorable packages, and handwritten letters, Pottles Papercrafts can inspire you to create bags, boxes, envelopes and crafts from scratch. If you didn't catch all the instructions in the video, you can find a detailed guide in the description box, too! 

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3. Bethany Mota

With over 8 million subscribers eagerly waiting for her weekly uploads, there's no doubt that Bethany Mota is a great source for home decor inspiration. Although she is quite young, you can learn a lot of orgnizing tips from her videos and she can help you explore your creativity through her simple projects and homemade scents. 

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4. Macrame School

Do you love DIY accessories as much as we do? If your answer is YES, it's time to learn how to do macrame—a technique that involves using string and beads to make intricate designs. This channel isn't all about home items, they make jewelry that can complete your outfits, too! 


5. TheSorryGirls

From home decor to living room makeovers, TheSorryGirls has done it all. What sets them apart from other DIY pros, however, is that they find ways to create up and coming pieces that usually cost a fortune in the store—what better way to experiment with trends, right?

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6. Real Living

Of course, we had to make sure we wouldn't miss out on exciting projects as well! Our channel is a mix of styling videos and home tours, but you'll find we have a few cool DIY bits that you can try. Click here to subscribe if you haven't already.

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