Well, hello there!

Welcome to HomeJelly, a content creation agency and home decor/design blogazine – the sister site to DiggersList (the home improvement classifieds) – with all the great ideas and inspiration readers have come to love since January 2010.

Edited and written by Skaie Knox (along with a talented group of contributing DIYers, crafters and long-time friends), HomeJelly is jam packed with simple and doable home improvement and decor how-tos, design inspiration, green-friendly repurposing and refurbishing ideas, as well as the latest goods and gadgets for the budget- mindful home owner and renter.

About Skaie…

Skaie in HomeJelly workshop

Skaie in her HomeJelly workshop.

Skaie Knox is an award-winning, published writer, editorialist and DIY expert. She has released a home decor ebook series called, Project Pillow, created a limited line of custom made “peek-a-boo” lampshades, and have had original projects featured in Woman’s Day, Canadian Home Trends Magazine, AOL’s DIY Life, Disney Family and babble (to name a few).

Skaie has appeared as an on-camera, DIY expert for HomeAdvisor’s Home Hacks video seriesas well as a DIY Expert on Hallmark Chanel’s Home & Family show.

Her approach to her designs and projects is rooted in the farm-life influence and tutelage of her Minnesota-raised mom, Lois – born in 1930 on a homesteaded dairy farm, with no running water, electricity, or indoor facilities. From an early age, Skaie was taught these gardening, cooking, sewing, refurbishing, building and home-improvement skills which she now passes on to her readers and subscribers.

Additionally, Skaie is a signed and published singer/songwriter (Fervor Records/ASCAP) and kid’s book author (Big Bug Lunch!, ASCAP/Splashing Mermaid Books & Music).

Skaie in her passion-web

Skaie in her passions. Photography by Oscar Zagal.

So, why should you get your ‘home jam’ on with HomeJelly?

HomeJelly Succulent - web

Succulent by HomeJelly. Photography by Oscar Zagal.

Skaie, along with expert contributors, shares step-by-step projects that are not only simple and creative, but doable and resourceful for the ecologically mindful homeowner and renter.