Malia Karlinsky is a “DIY Diva” who creates craft and decor projects, develops recipes and shares home tips for television and her blog, Yesterday on Tuesday. Malia graduated from Washington State University with a degree in communications and went on to earn a law degree from Seattle University. With a passion for making things fast, fun and fabulous, she believes in simple ways to make life special.
Malia has entertained and informed Seattle area viewers on ABC affiliate KOMO-TV since 2012. She’s also served as an TV ambassador for Hometalk, the largest home and garden social network since 2013. She’s also a Brand Ambassador for Ball® Canning, Darice Crafts, DecoArt, Expressionery and Plutonium Paint.
You can find a sample of her television segments here.
Contact her via email yesterdayontues(at)yahoo(dot)com.
As Seen In
Malia’s work has been featured in many places, including:
Ball® Canning and TV Segment for Ball® Canning
Country Living (14 Ways for World Travelers to Craft with Old Maps), Country Living 3 Brilliant Ways to Use One Oversized Flower Pot, Country Living (24 Handy Ways to Use Mason Jars in Your Kitchen), Country Living 31 Wicked Ways to Use Mason Jars this Halloween
EdiTORIal (Tori Spelling’s website)
Huffington Post (Halloween), Huffington Post (Thanksgiving), Huffington Post (Christmas Ornaments), and more Huffington Post (Christmas Lights), Huffington Post (49 Genius Tricks to Organize Your Home) Huffington Post (33 Ways to Bring the Beach Home with Your this Summer).
Kid’s Crafts Magazine (four issues)
Mingle Magazine from Stampington
And many other publications and blogs.
Malia has also been featured by Spektor Dental (voted Seattle #1 Dentist and Best Cometic Dentist by 425 Magazine) in office and on their website. She’s also graced a print campaign for Nordstrom and appeared on The Today Show with Hoda and Kathi Lee.
By the Numbers
(As of May 2015)
18,624 Facebook Fans
17,730 Pinterest Followers
4,560 Google + Followers
4,660 Twitter Followers
2,000 Instagram Followers
2,600 Subscribers via Feed Burner and Hello Bar
Malia has collaborated with many top-notch companies on sponsored posts, including:
Malia has been blogging at Yesterday in Tuesday since 2010. The name of the blog came from her young daughter who used to start every story with “Yesterday, on Tuesday…” Malia thought that was a great way to start a conversation with friends. The world have blogging has changed a lot since Yesterday on Tuesday was first published. Social Media has become a mainstream way for companies to connect with consumers. Malia is looking forward to new collaborations and projects! Contact her at yesterdayontues(at)yahoo(dot)com.