DIY enthusiasts are always looking for new projects to take on, and these YouTube channels are great for those who want to sharpen their DIY skills.
DIY Perks - Matt
DIY Perks is a great source of inspiration for those with an interest in computers and photography. The channel was started by Matt, a British native in 2012 and has become popular among those looking for cheap solutions for lighting in video and photography, as well as great DIY tweaks for computer hardware.
Jeff Patterson DIY
Are you looking for really cool home improvement projects and fancy yourself great with your hands, then you should check out the Jeff Patterson DIY channel on YouTube. He provides really easy to follow instructions for tasks that would otherwise seem difficult. He also offers tips on how to best use your tools in different situations.
Mary Elizabeth, formally part of the DIY duo known as A Fab Life, went out on her own and has gone on to do some great DIY projects and answer questions in her DIY Q and A’s.
DIY is a great way to learn new skills and if you choose to share these, YouTube is a great way to do so. Enter the Samsung Social Star competition and you could be the next big thing showcasing your DIY prowess online!
For more information on the competition and how to enter, check out www.socialstar.me
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