Back to School DIY Crafts


Get your life organized while you make the kids feel special and motivated for the new school year with personalized back to school gear. This time of year, parents of kids from pre-school to college start feeling the beat of the approaching school year. Now is the time to create a little magic for your kids no matter what grade they are heading into. Some are off to college and decorating their dorm room, others are starting high-school, while grade schoolers and even preschoolers are getting anxious about what to wear on that very first day.

DIY expert, founder of the popular DIY Blog, Damask Love and NBC’s Making It contestant Amber Kemp-Gerstel has new creative ideas to help you get your BTS DIY on.

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About Amber Kemp-Gerstel:
Founder, Creative Director of Damask Love, a blog all about doable DIY, Amber was a child psychologist working with kids, teens and families faced with emotional and behavioral challenges. In December 2015, she put her career as a psychologist on hold to see if this whole crafting thing would work. She quickly found out that, you CAN play with paint for a living! These days she is a full-time crafter, blogger and television personality. She is one of the featured competitors on NBC’s Making It, the first ever network crafting competition show which premiered in July. The show features eight competitors crafting their way toward the title of Master Maker. She has been featured on Huffington Post, Buzzfeed, Apartment Therapy and in Better Homes and Gardens Magazine. Amber currently works as an on-air craft expert on the Home Shopping Network and recently was named Ultimate DIY Star by The Hallmark Channel’s Home & Family Show. She has also appeared on Lifetime Network’s The Balancing Act and in HGTV Magazine. Damask Love was named one of the Top 17 DIY Blogs by Domino Magazine and Top 10 DIY blogs by Better Homes and Garden’s Magazine.

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