Who they are: Inspired Makers are always looking for the next big project to sink their teeth into. For this creative group, 9 in 10 tend to turn their inspired ideas into reality. From planning a wedding to renovating their home, Pinterest is their go-to source of inspiration. In fact, Inspired Makers are most likely to be on the platform for over five years—almost half joined over three years ago (vs the Pinner average of 35%).
Always looking for their next big project, find out why they turn to Pinterest seeking inspiration for what to do, make or buy next.
For their next big project
These OG Pinners look for new ideas for everything from home and DIY to outfit ideas and playful ways to keep their kids entertained.
For creative prompts
They are an action-orientated bunch who use Pinterest with the intent to implement the ideas they’ve found.
To build their worlds
Collating images in one place helps them visualise each piece of the puzzle and see how everything fits together.
“It’s great to be able to visualise a space and to take lots of ideas and create one of your own.”
Female, 26-35, Midlands
Inspired Makers are action-orientated: the Pins they save are ideas they intend to implement. So your ads should inspire, not interrupt. Retail and apparel brands can get up close and personal with this group by giving tips on how best to style your products. Opt for lifestyle imagery over flatlays so they can see how items fit together within a bigger scene—and ultimately their lives.