Style Magazines for a Do-It-Yourself Generation
MagMaker / July 11, 2014
Interesting design doesn’t have to be expensive, and it doesn’t have to come from a store. The do-it-yourself (DIY) movement is thriving, as a new generation takes a more hands-on approach to style and decor. That DIY approach even extends to curation and publishing, as many enthusiasts also create their own Flipboard magazines to collect, share and display interesting project ideas. Here are a few DIY magazines that inspire us:
Clothing DIY by Christina A is packed with tips and ideas for self-made fashionistas:
I Made That by Caroline O’Hare treats DIY as a complete lifestyle, covering everything from furniture and home organization to crafts and clothing:
The Maker by Tercia Goh celebrates the handmade touch in cooking and home decor:
DIY Wedding by Meg B extends the idea of participation and personalization all the way to the wedding aisle:
Want to read more craft and how-to magazines on Flipboard? Search Flipboard for “DIY” or browse our collection of some of favorite DIY magazines.