It’s been an exciting few months, one reason being that DIY Network, that awesomely inspiring group that I’ve now partnered with for an astounding 18-months, has been actively working to relaunch its blog. The new blog features an all-new easy-to-navigate design, is complemented by many more dedicated contributors, awesome navigational style, and a fresh new way to present tutorials. Welcome to Made + Remade!
I am so unbelievably excited to be a part of this. Those are my little faceted clay push pins shown below, you can read the full post here. I also wrote about how to clean a top-loading washing machine, because gross, do you realize how often you should really be doing that?
In the likes of other Scripps Networks blogs like HGTV’s Design Happens and The House Counselor, Made + Remade caters to its unique audience of people that love to do things and make things by offering an assortment of trending topics in the categories of Make It, Fix It, Learn It, and Find It.
I’ve been really excited at the opportunity to see what the other DIY-loving contributors have been coming up with, and suspect you’ll like seeing more diversity in topics and projects from other ordinary peeps. The new blog does some double-duty by linking directly to contributor’s instgram, Pinterest, and other social accounts via their bio pages, so if you like their style, you can get even more inspiration from them through other channels. Also, in the right sidebar you can sign up for easy weekly emails to receive content to your inbox. Cha-ching!
Head on over to Made + Remade when you get a chance today or this weekend, and see everything that’s new for yourself.