Whether you’re a DIY expert or just a crafty beginner, craftgawker is a must for everyone. Learn more below.
1. High quality projects you can’t find on Pinterest
This site beats pinterest anyday. Photo by author.
Craftgawker is similar to Pinterest in many ways, but stands out by letting only the best of the best DIY projects show up on your feed. That means no more endless scrolling through unrelated posts. And most of all, it promises that all the images are nothing but professional and high quality.
2. Download the app, or use on your desktop
Download the app or check out the website. Photo by author.
The app is completely free (woo-hoo!), and the design is even simpler than the desktop site. But if you’re desperate for a study break, the website is great for endless scrolling and has more options than the mobile app.
3. Simple layout= overall better experience
Quality is guaranteed when it comes to DIY projects. Photo by author.
Personally, sometimes Pinterest is just a little too overwhelming. Posts on Pinterest are sometimes DIY projects, but most of the time they’re just links to other sites, pictures, etc. You’ll click on the image of a cool project, and what do you know, there’s no tutorial. With craftgawker, all posts are guaranteed to be projects you can actually do yourself.
4. 30+ categories to explore
From weddings to clothing, this site covers it all. Photo by author.
From clothing to candles, this site will teach you how to make it all. Don’t know what you’re in the mood to make? Try clicking the randomize button found on the app. It’s a great way to explore multiple categories on your home feed.
5. Share on social media with the click of a button
Uploading to Twitter and Facebook is a piece of cake. Photo by author.
There’s 100+ ways to share a post on the desktop site, from sites like Wanelo to Amazon. On the mobile app, you’re a little more limited. You can only share posts on seven different social media sites, like Facebook, Twitter, and Pocket.