Welcome to DIY Lifestyle Mag, the first ever digital magazine for DIY enthusiasts, made by DIY enthusiasts.

We believe that DIY is more than just a hobby – it’s a lifestyle, a mindset, where creative recreationalist meets cost saver.

We started DIY Lifestyle Mag in 2012 as the first ever iPad magazine for the DIY community. Our monthly issue covers a wide range of DIY projects in home improvement, crafts, food, and fashion – all for fun people on a budget!

We pride ourselves on handpicking the best DIY tutorials, projects, and tidbits in the “Do It Yourself” space, so you can count on us to bring you the latest and greatest ideas for your next project.

But what sets us apart from a print magazine is our interactive digital platform. Our content includes videos, crisp and clean zoomable images, clickable links to websites, and social share-ability!

We strive to provide a seamless reading experience that is both informative and enjoyable. We care about your privacy as much as you do, you may learn more about it here.

Team and Contributors

Our team is made up of passionate DIYers who are always on the lookout for new and exciting ideas to share with our readers. We believe that anyone can be a DIYer with the right inspiration, tools, and guidance. That’s why we are committed to providing our readers with the resources they need to bring their DIY dreams to life.

Amanda Becker is mom blogger and contributor for DIY Lifestyle Mag. When not contributing tips on how to make your afternoon tea with your kids more fun, she’s blogging at The Tale of an Ugly House.

Ashley Brown is a multi-faceted individual with a diverse range of interests and talents. She is a devoted wife, a skilled graphic designer, and an avid blogger. Ashley is particularly passionate about interior design and loves exploring new ideas and inspirations for her own home.

Catherine Reyes is a certified architect with passion in crafts and arts. She is also the author of The Pink.

Kendra Williams is a crafty, cooking, DIYer who left the corporate world to be a work-at-home-mom to two adorable baby boys. When she’s not doing something creative, you can find her blogging at The Kreative Life.

Kim Purvis is the creative designer at Made in a Day, where she shares her collection of tutorials, crafts, floral, recipes, printables and so much more. She loves re-purposing and aspire to enable others to create the style they’re searching for, without breaking the bank!

Lisa Froelings is a mom-of-two productivity consultant with over four years of experience in human resources working for a major retailer in the US before she decided to build her own small business. Her interests include technology, human resources, user experience, and how they impact small businesses. Her works have been published on Huffington Post, Lifehack, Small Business Trends, Forbes, among others.

Morgan Molitor is the COO of Construction2Style. Together with her husband Jamie, they share their lifestyle and passion for DIY projects, home renovations, remodels and decor.

Pat Crosby is a certified wedding planner with over 7 years of experience. Her mission to bring her clients visions come to life without a hitch.

Rachel Schultz is an autumn-obsessed mama to two cheeky boys and a family and lifestyle blogger at The Ordinary Lovely. She has a bit of a thing for tea cups, owns too many pairs of shoes, and loves blankets and breakfast. She can mostly be found outdoors or eating cake and has recently returned to the UK after living in Switzerland for the past seven years.

Tranae Harris is an Atlanta-based paper crafter and the founder of Becoming Fab, a creative lifestyle company with a mission to help women cultivate joy through crafting. With her passion for paper crafting, Tranae has built a successful brand that offers unique and creative DIY projects and tutorials to inspire women to tap into their inner creativity.

Contact us

Thank you for choosing DIY Lifestyle Mag as your go-to source for all things DIY. We look forward to inspiring you with our monthly issues and helping you make your DIY dreams a reality.

To get in touch with us, you may email: WordsFit@gmail.com

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