From botanical art made from real plants, to jewelry with flowers preserved inside, these ideas (to make or buy) deliver natural beauty that lasts.
For gemstone-loving metalsmith Stephanie Maslow-Blackman, jewelry is more than a means of adornment—it’s a platform for celebration and storytelling.
An attempt to make friends in a new town led Jennifer Nolan to discover her passion for pottery and planted the seed for her basement business.
Dunking hard-boiled eggs in dye isn’t the only way to get your Easter crafts fix. This no-sew felt bunny basket is as cute—and easy—as can be.
Kelly Lake knew she wanted to build an eco-friendly, family-forward business from the start. She didn’t know that it would be a near-instant success.
The beauty of nature is a constant source of inspiration for this maker of functional ceramics.
This year, fill your Easter baskets with homemade sweet treats—like this deceptively-simple chocolate bark.
April Rissell designs vintage-inspired flower crowns and hair accessories for brides who share her appreciation of bygone eras.
Kimberly Huestis turned her own sensitivity to nickel into the inspiration for a line of coastal-themed (and wholly hypoallergenic) porcelain jewelry.
Geometric motifs get a sophisticated update with this new wave of orb-shaped accessories.
From glittery, gooey videos to simple DIYs, we’re officially obsessed with all things slime.
This self-proclaimed “scrap pile queen” turned her yard sale hobby into a thriving vintage home decor business.
Thanks to a midlife artistic awakening, this mom of three launched her own line of bespoke superhero dolls celebrating every child’s unique strengths.
In an impeccably organized home studio in Atlanta, this Etsy seller makes bold accessories inspired by her Caribbean roots.
Learn how classically-trained Bulgarian painter Boriana Mihailovska brings a modern perspective to her abstract paintings and prints.
From blush pink stones and new alternatives to turquoise to glittering pyrite and Pantone-approved peridot, these are the gems and minerals to watch.
Jewelry maker Ingrid Cano integrates driftwood and other natural materials to create modern, one-of-a-kind designs.
What started as an escape from the constraints of the fashion industry soon became a creative coup for this body positive designer and vintage seller.
Inspired by the rainy Pacific Northwest, this mother of three turned her luxurious knit and crochet designs into a wildly successful pattern business.
Self-love is the first love. Dump the chemicals and treat yourself to wellness magazines, beauty DIYs, and all-natural creams and cleansers.
With a penchant for raw materials, self-taught woodworker Tony Oliver went from building for reality tv to handcrafting his own furniture designs.