There are those who dabble in the art of DIY, then there are hardcore, serious DIY-ers who never fail to impress us with their frugal creativity. Every blog on this list falls into the latter category. Keep reading for 35 sites you should have bookmarked yesterday (but now is fine, too).
Justin and Cassidy are the DIY power couple behind Remodelaholic. They’re experts at thinking outside the box, recreating spaces, and working on a budget.  
Erin Spain
Southern-born Erin Spain started her blog as a place to share affordable DIY projects that focus on home decorating, lifestyle, and everything in-between. Spain shares her insights as she works to make her house a home on a budget.
Caroline Burke shares her favorite trend-led DIYs with easy step-by-step instructions that anyone can master. The aesthetic is a minimalist’s dream and you’ll want to recreate every single project she posts. 
Fall for DIY
This photo-heavy blog makes even the most challenging projects seem easy to tackle. Take for example this wooden studio sofa, which you can learn how to recreate, here.  
Place of My Taste
Aniko Levai’s blog will inspire you beyond DIY. In addition to her must-try projects, she also features home decor tips and delicious recipes you’ll definitely be bookmarking. 

Jenni is a DIY wizard. Her entire blog is devoted to only the prettiest, most colorful and impressive DIY projects that just about anyone can do. She creates everything from clothing to home decor and even jewelry.

For the full himmeli triangle succulent holder DIY visit I SPY DIY.

Almost Makes Perfect
Molly’s bio reads, “There’s no fun in making things if you take yourself too seriously,so be ok with messing up, ok?” Her decor DIYs are perfect for the minimalist, neutral home and are also great for beginners.

See the full 3D Planter DIY visit Almost Makes Perfect.

Craft Hunter
Fiona, a Sydney-based blogger (and stylist at Homes Plus Magazine!), creates the most thoughtful, sweet gifts and decor, providing detailed, step-by-step photographs and instructions for every DIY.

For the full rainbow gift tag DIY visit Craft Hunter.

Vintage Revivals
Our favorite projects on Mandi’s totally fearless DIY blog are her furniture rehabs, which she does a lot of. Browse for inspiration or follow her lead with step-by-step instructions.

For the full leather handle DIY visit Vintage Revivals.

Homey Oh My
Love Scandinavian, neutral decor? Move this blog up to the top of your list. Blogger Amy is an expert at creating chic, simple DIYs that anyone can accomplish in an afternoon’s time.

For the full image transfer wall hanging DIY visit Homey Oh My.

Little Green Notebook
Jenny Komenda is kind of the queen of DIY. The Phoenix-based interior designer has been blogging her projects since 2007, which means if you want to DIY it, she probably already has. From big (home renovations) to small (home accessories), Komenda’s got you covered.

For the full yarn wrapped hanger DIY visit Little Green Notebook.

Is there anything Sarah Sherman Samuel doesn’t do? The L.A.-based designer, art director, and content creator also finds time to share DIY projects on her blog, Stories (formerly Smitten Studio). Expect to find chic and trendy DIYs that leaves you with a useful final product you’ll love having in your home.

For the full rolling to-do list DIY visit Stories.

Design*Sponge isn’t just DIYs and before & afters—you won’t be able to resist browsing beautiful spaces and pinning recipes, too. But back to the DIY, expect to find entertaining ideas as well as cute home accessories you can make all by yourself.

For the full spring party floral staircase DIY visit Design*Sponge.

Oh Joy!
If you’re not a DIY-design maven, you might recognize Oh Joy! from their recent collaboration with Target (which was just adorable!). Follow blogger, designer, and mom Joy Cho for cute and colorful design inspo that feels fun and easy.

For the full typography light box DIY visit Oh Joy!.

Sugar & Cloth
The DIYs found on Sugar & Cloth represent what we wish every party we attend is decorated like. Think pastels and sparkles all day, everyday.

For the full retro lazy susan DIY visit Sugar & Cloth

Oh Happy Day
This party blog is HAPPY. What else would you expect? Discover party DIYs that will have your guests talking until the next bash you throw.

For the full watercolor paper backdrop DIY visit Oh Happy Day.

The House That Lars Built
Sometimes we think we’re good at coming up with new colorful projects to DIY, then we remember Brittany Watson Jepsen of The House That Lars Built is out there creating away. Visit her site for truly inspired projects that will make your home or party filled with cheer.  

For the full Polish chandelier planter visit The House That Lars Built

Young House Love
Welcome to the blog of Sherry and John, a husband and wife duo who have been at the DIY game for 7 years. Three homes and two kids later, there are almost 3,000 projects on their site, so prepare to fall down the Internet rabbit hole immediately after visiting their site. It’s our fave for home improvement projects!

For the full homemade laundry room counter DIY visit Young House Love.

Paper & Stitch
Brittni Mehlhoff founded Paper & Stitch in 2008 and has been chronicling her DIYs and home and fashion inspiration ever since (which we could NOT be happier about). We’d be over the moon if any of Melhoff’s pastel creations made their way into our homes, which we could easily make happen, because her instructions (and beautiful photos) are so helpful.

For the full holographic chair DIY visit Paper & Stitch.

A Beautiful Mess
Expect to find everything from lipstick recommendations to yummy recipes to epic DIYs from the sisters who run A Beautiful Mess. If you like color, you’re going to love the online world of Elsie Larson and Emma Chapman.

For the full abstract modern art DIY visit A Beautiful Mess.

Lovely Indeed
Chelsea’s blog makes us want to get rid of every neutral item in our homes and swap them for bright, color fun (and DIY-ed) pieces instead! Discover party inspiration, gifts, home accessories, and and more!

For the full pegboard words DIY visit Lovely Indeed.

The Jungalow
DIY is not the main focus of Justina Blakeney’s bohemian-inspired blog, but we sure do love it when she posts one! If your home is filled with bohemian decor and a variety of plants, this one’s for you.

For the full “indigo do’s” DIY visit The Jungalow.

Alice & Lois
Twin sisters Melissa & Sara (their name is a tribute to their grandmothers!) run their DIY blog together while living separately in San Francisco and Colorado. Their DIY projects are simple, sweet, and sophisticated. If you’re looking to dip your toes into DIY and really love your final product, look here.

For the full cake stand DIY visit Alice & Lois.

Buzzfeed DIY
Okay, so Buzzfeed isn’t a blog, it’s an extremely popular website we all know and love. Their DIY content, though, it always on point. Think less projects, and more how to actually do things yourself (like cleaning and organizing!).

Visit Buzzfeed to see all 23 ways to organize your tiny apartment.

P.S. –  I Made This
Erica Domesek literally makes things so beautiful people can’t tell it’s a DIY—with projects in fashion, beauty, food, accessories, shoes, and of course, lifestyle (aka home).

For the full macrame planter DIY visit P.S. – I made this

We Are Scout
Visit We Are Scout to discover truly creative DIYs for everything entertaining and decorating your home, courtesy of two Australian bloggers. We’re talking stunning imagery, captivating colors, and just plain fun ideas.

For the full string art DIY visit We Are Scout.

Studio DIY
Founder Kelly now has a team to help her DIY the prettiest party goods around, which are categorized by piñatas, emojis, manis, puns, balloons, and junk food. Are you thinking what we’re thinking? Yes, it’s time to go DIY a piñata.

For the full tropical drink piñata DIY visit Studio DIY.

Brittany Makes
Brittany is an accountant by day and DIY-er by night. Follow her blog for step-by-step furniture refurbs and home improvements that will leave your home prettier.

For the full Craigslist dresser makeover DIY visit Brittany Makes.

The Merrythought
This Western New York-based lifestyle site focuses on living simply with an emphasis on DIYs with natural and affordable materials. These small town crafters know a thing or two (or twenty) about DIY—including recipes, fashion, and entertaining.

For the full wood letter birthday garland DIY visit The Merrythought.

Chris Loves Julia
This adorable DIY couple fixed up one house and has already moved on to the next. Definitely add to your go-to blogs if you’re planning—or in the thick of—a remodel (or just looking to spruce up your home!). P.S. They have a podcast, too.

For more information on their deck DIY visit Chris Loves Julia.

Tell, Love, and Party
Sara is a crafty blogger who has an impressive knack for creating entertaining accessories and home decor accents that pop. She even has an entire tab for holiday DIYs, so you know she has you covered each time you throw a party.

For the full fiesta garland DIY visit Tell, Love, and Party.

The Painted Hive
This Melbourne-based blog features DIYs that satiate Kristine’s “eternal quest for affordable awesomness” in her family’s home. Look here for thrift store refinishing inspiration.

For the full refinishing DIY visit The Painted Hive.

A Pair & A Spare
Founder and blogger Geneva shares inspirational DIY posts for everything from travel to clothing, accessories, beauty—and of course, home decor. Visit to see soft, beautiful photography and DIYs your friends will be impressed by.

For the full hairpin leg bench DIY visit A Pair & A Spare.

This Vancouver-based husband and wife duo create (and round-ups!) so many different types of DIYs we don’t even know where to begin.

For the full accordion sconce DIY visit Poppytalk.

Classy Clutter
Bloggers Mallory and Savannah are the two halves behind Classy Clutter, a site full of decor ideas and craft inspiration. Bonus: There’s lot of cleaning content AND they have crafts for kids! Definitely visit for furniture painting projects.

For the full furniture painting DIY visit Classy Clutter.