4 useful websites for DIYers

 

There is no bigger pleasure than doing things with your own two hands. I learned this while trying to make my home a more comfortable place to live after I retired. I am also an avid reader of everything new, which is why I spend a lot of time online, searching for all sorts of things that could make me become a better DIYer. Right now, what I want to speak to you about are a few websites that can teach you how to do stuff on your own.

Instructables

With a clear focus on technology, Instructables is my go-to solution for many of the projects I get involved in. Housing an extensive library of tutorials, this website is rich in information that you might not easily find elsewhere. Although they are techies to the heart, they do not shy away from more physically challenging projects.

Anything you want to do, whether it is related to food, outside work, or tech stuff, you will find something new and exciting about on this website, which is why it is my first recommendation.

 

Martha Stewart

Most probably everyone knows the charming lady from the cooking shows on TV, but there is more to the Martha Stewart website than just making delicious recipes. An entire part of the site is dedicated to DIY projects, and, if you are into crafting like I am, you most probably want to learn a few new things.

As they say, busy hands and happy hands, and if you find yourself too bored or too fed up with the constant flux of technology on your phone, you will surely find a few exciting projects on Martha Stewart’s website.

DIY Network

With such a name, you can immediately suspect what this website is all about. All the TV shows you love are hosted by this network, and their website abounds in a lot of information you can use without a glitch. Some might say that there is even too much information to handle, but if you focus on the projects you want to make, you will be fine.

 

Crafster

Are you a crafter? Do you also happen to be a hipster? What better way to combine both facets of your personality into one and enjoy all the excellent advice offered by the people behind Crafster? The website is backed by an influential community that makes plenty of the exciting things housed here happen.

If you are interested more in making jewelry, clothing, or food, you will find this website an endless stream of inspiration. Also, if you think you are good enough at what you do, you can subscribe to the challenges and contests offered by the website, and showcase your best work.