Because there’s no competing with timeless.
Get inspired by this week’s episode of Making It and upgrade your next backyard bonanza with a custom game set crafted just for—or by—you.
Welcome to a peaceful kingdom populated by the most enchanting porcelain miniatures in all the land.
Fruit-flavored frozen treats dressed up with edible blossoms are the ultimate summer refresher. Here’s how to make your own.
This fall, help your little ones stand out as they head back into the classroom.
Craft a tiny, self-contained representation of your hometown—or your happy place—with a custom DIY terrarium.
This Australian designer delights in creating storybook-inspired children’s clothing that resonates with parents all over the world.
Kid and adult styles for everybody, and every body.
We took a page from the Master Craft Challenge on the series premiere of Making It to bring you sweet ideas for preserving special photos.
Here’s how to watch your new favorite TV show—whenever and wherever you want.
Stylized symbols in silver and brass from Santa Fe-based jewelry and accessory brand Almanac for June.
Look out, Leo—it’s your moment in the sun! Make the most of your birthday month with these fierce finds.
Four hands-on projects everyone can get excited about.
The ultimate globetrotter accessories, from the ultimate globetrotting designer.
A room refresh is just a print away.
Buckle your seatbelts and grab your hot glue gun: This summer’s TV lineup is about to get a whole lot craftier.
This artist and illustrator creates charming, one-of-a-kind custom paper dolls and portraits that make perfect wedding gifts.
They held your flowers, calmed your nerves, and made sure no one stepped on your train. It’s time to say “thanks” to your favorite bride squad.
Learn how this California-based mother of two (soon to be three!) created a nourishing natural beauty line with an earth-friendly ethos.
Watercolor artist Ingrid Sanchez finds inspiration everywhere she looks—including the leafy parks and elegant flower shops of her London neighborhood.
Armed with an iPad and a passion for people-watching, this Brooklyn artist brings whimsy and wit to her line of inclusive paper goods and accessories.