Ever find yourself itching to take on a creative project, only to discover you actually aren't all that crafty? Come on, I know there have to be a few wannabe crafters out there that just can't seem to pull off a little DIY. If you share my pain or simply love finding new ways to express your creative juices, you've got to check out MakersKits. If you haven't already heard of this incredible DIY in a box, you are seriously missing out! MakersKit takes the guess work out of creating a unique DIY that you'll actually want to show off to your friends.
Each box contains everything you need to make the DIY you've selected. Whether you are looking for something to do with the kids or you want to add a DIY touch to your young professional apartment, MakersKit has you covered. My favorite aspect about the kits is that you don't have to worry about crazy instructions that require years of crafting experience to understand. Trust me, this isn't one of those missing a leg on your ikea furniture because you couldn't figure out the directions kinda deals. Makerskit actually provides you with videos & printable PDF instructions to follow along with so your projects are as successful and easy as possible. The best part about the videos is that they are taught by the incredibly fun founders who make you feel like your crafting along with your friends.
With that said it's pretty darn hard to pick a favorite, but I'm kinda of leaning towards their soy candle kit. Being a huge candle fan, I'd love to learn to make my own. I know I always enjoy meals more when I've cooked them myself so who knows, this could just become my new favorite candle! I personally love the way this fresh company is taking DIY away from Martha Stewart and gearing it towards our new age interests. I'm not the only one who sees the beauty in MakersKit, as they are already being sold by a few of my favorites retailers like Nordstrom & Urban Outfitters.
If you are looking for an excuse to purchase one, I think they would be the perfect gift for your creative friends and even better as a backup plan for a rainy beach day. What do you think of Makerskit? Are you into the DIY movement or would your rather just buy what you like? If you're still not sold, and I don't know how you couldn't be, head over to their site to watch a few of their project guides. Hope you enjoy! If you've tried out Markerskit be sure to share your experience with all of us!