When we're searching for a good craft to try, we can easily get lost in the overwhelming sea of ideas and tutorials that we find ourselves swimming through online. So this week's Hot On Pinterest list goes back to the basics: these pinners will point you in the directions of easy-to-make, high-quality crafts. So if you're looking for a creative and fun project to get your hands dirty with, these accounts are for you.
Sarah Scussel: Based in Chicago, Illinois, Sarah Scussel has garnered quite the following. Reaching out to over one million Pinners, Scussel's interest in design expands to all things stylish: fashion, home and, our favorite yet, crafts! And from what we can tell, Scussel carefully selects the projects she pins, making her board a high-quality feed to follow.
Curbly: Enter Curbly, a design community that really is devoted to bringing the best of the best forward when it comes to all things do-it-yourself. Take the board DIY Projects, for example. Loaded with over 1,500 pins, this account can satisfy anyone with an imaginative mind and a pair of crafty hands. So whether you're looking for large scale projects or quick how-tos, you'll be happy with what Curbly has to show you.
Suann Song: Here's a Pinner that can find anything that has style, personality and the "I need to have it" factor. Her board Make is no exception. With a talent for pulling together easy-to-do crafts, you're sure to find what you're looking for.
Victoria Smith: When we came across Victoria Smith's diy tools of the trade board, we instantly knew we needed to feature her. Everything about her craft selections screams DIY sophistication, an inspiring aesthetic that's difficult to accomplish. So if you're looking for high-quality projects to work on, her board is certainly the destination for you.
Katherine A: This week's Pinterest Account nomination goes to an avid Pinner native to Carbondale, Illinois. Inspired by all things travel, Katherine A also isn't afraid of hunkering down at home with some crafts, either. With over 1,000 pins to choose from, her board The Upcycle Exchange is an endless flow of repurposing craft ideas that will have you clicking through her pins all day.
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