Khoollect’s hotlist of DIY Instagrammers

***Rachel Khoo would like to thank all the inspiring people who helped make the Khoollect studio a hive of creativity. Although the Khoollect studio’s doors have now closed, you can keep up with Rachel’s newest adventures on and on Rachel’s Instagram and Facebook pages – and, continue to enjoy the Khoollect website’s stories and recipes, which will remain available.***

Do-it-yourself enthusiasts are many, and the project possibilities are endless. Whether you’re decorating your home, salvaging wood, upcycling would-be waste, getting crafty for fun, or making gifts, Instagram is the go-to destination for inspiration. We’ve rounded up a bunch of Instagrammers making their own, doing it themselves and inspiring us to give it a go:

Mike Aspinall
Get your fix: 
not-so-intimidating DIY ideas
For a bountiful selection of creative food, travel, craft and DIY project inspiration, peruse Mike Apsinall’s Instagram images.

Little Twig Designs

Location: Australia
Get your fix: thoughtfully created wares
The patient and steady hands of this Brisbane-based creative produce delicately stitched wares to adorn your self or your home.

Laura Johnston
Location: United States
Get your fix: handmade trinkets
If there’s one thing slightly cuter than animals, it’s probably miniature animals; and this is precisely what this talented clay artist makes.

Cool Stitches
Location: Portugal
Get your fix: fabric foods and succulents
From her workspace in sunny Portugal, quick-fingered Nicole Santos creates fun patches to spruce up a less-than-inspiring outfit.

Beth Pupke

Location: United States
Get your fix: motivational DIY
Cheerful slogans, colourful blooms and sound advice, painted on wooden rounds, is Beth Pupke’s game.

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