5 YOUTUBE CHANNELS TO WATCH IF YOU WANT TO GET SERIOUS ABOUT CRAFTING
As you know, we are back to creating videos for YouTube again and it has been so much fun! Actually there are times when I feel like I prefer creating videos compared to blogging? It is so much easier to get across what you are trying to convey to someone when they are watching you, compared to reading/ looking at pictures. Anyway, one of the things we have loved most is getting to know other YouTubers and so today we wanted to share our some of our favourite DIY Channels. I am aware that there are tonnes more than this but these are the ones I keep coming back to. I watch them on a regular basis and I love what they do, so I hope you love them too!
This is actually my favourite YouTube channel. Mr Kate is a huge personality, she is so much fun to watch and every single one of her videos are really exciting! I especially love the quality of the videos in that they are shot like tv series rather than the usual vloggy type, which I’m not really a big fan of and she puts so much effort and energy into each one. Seriously there are so many good things I could say about this channel so just go check it out! She posts videos every week and I promise you will not be disappointed.
As this is one of my favourite blogs, you can imagine my excitement when I found out they also had a YouTube channel. Just like their blog, Elsie and Emma post a whole host of tutorials, as well as home tours and travel diaries. I really love getting to know the girls better through their videos, it’s a great addition to their blog.
I was introduced to the Brit + Co blog last year and I have been in love with it ever since. I feel like our brands are totally in sync and they feature loads of fun DIY & tutorials. Again as I try to steer away from traditional types of YouTube channel, I love the way the videos on Brit + Co are filmed, they are fun and funky and super colourful, so I know you guys will love the channel as much as I do.
I recently stumbled across Lovely Indeed’s channel on YouTube and it has quickly become another of my favourites. It’s still fairly new so doesn’t have as many videos as the others but hosts some really good tutorials and she is pretty darn good with a ukulele too!
Oh Joy’s YouTube channel is definitely one to add to your subscriptions. With a whole host of DIY’s, business tips and behind the scenes, it’s impossible to not keep going back for more and is the perfect extension to her already super successful blog.
And of course I couldn’t not add our own YouTube channel here! We post tonnes of DIY’s, along with behind the scenes, travel diaries and loads more, so go take a little looksie and subscribe.
We want to know if you have a favourite DIY YouTube channel you like to follow. We are always looking for new recommendations so please leave them in the comments below and if there is anything you would like to see on our YouTube channel let us know.We would love to hear from you.