How It Works
You can learn anything. You just have to try!
Use DIY on the web or download the DIY iOS app to share wherever you are.
Get your own space to show off your skills and share your work with your family and friends.
Meet, learn from, and share what you know with hundreds of kids around the world who share your passions.
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Don’t just take our word for it. Ask our members too.
"I love singing and playing covers and my parents wont allow me to have a YouTube channel"Dark AlaskaJoined Jul 2013
"Before DIY I had no idea what a claymation even was! Now I'm making them and coming up with ideas for them all the time!"TomKatJoined May 2013
"DIY has really helped me because I always want to do proactive things but I sit around on my video games thinking I'll go do something tomorrow, which ends up being more video games, because I can't think of what to do or how I would! So DIY has helped me discover things that I actually can do, things I wouldn't of done if it wasn't for DIY showing me it!"Platypus BearJoined September 2013
"If DIY has taught me anything it's that quality is not just for the pros anymore. Quality is for us now too. We can make amazing things. We can do amazing things. We can be amazing. And we can do it now."Mister AnkhJoined March 2013
"I discovered so much things that I didn't knew... coding, Minecraft (I played before but never as much), cooking (I barely cooked Kraft Dinner before DIY :P ), I'm better at drawing, at photography... It just made me learn so much things and there's still so much skills that I want to learn!"Stalk JimboJoined October 2012
"I am able to express myself in a way that I used to be too shy to do in person."Evil LadybugJoined November 2012
"DIY has made me realize that life is so much more than TV and video games. I know how to do more things than I ever imagined I could, and I'm meeting WONDERFUL people."Bright HeartJoined December 2012
"DIY has set up a safe environment where people can share their creativity and skills with other people. Also it have given me a place to share all of my artwork!"KCKmc2000Joined October 2013
"It has given me more determination and has shown me that I like getting my hands dirty and getting dirt under my nails. It's also has introduced me to other inspirational people who enjoy doing the exact same things I do."Strike DownJoined February 2013
Or ask their parents!
“It's amazing how independent and accomplished my daughters feel. They discover new skills and just do it.”
“I have these moments where for a split second I can envision my son twenty years from now.”
“He can be an athlete, artsy, or very technical. I love that about him and about DIY.”