Discover the tradition behind Day of the Dead home altars – and learn how to make your own – with this tutorial by Yreina of Ay Mujer.
Whip up a Halloween-worthy wig in 30 minutes or less with this clever (and versatile!) tutorial by Handmade Charlotte.
Savor apple season with homemade cider caramels from Heather Baird of Sprinklebakes.
Give tattered children’s books new life with this smart tutorial by Handmade Charlotte.
Learn how to make your new favorite dessert: coffee-flavored flan, served in your favorite handmade or vintage mug.
Show a furry, feathered, or finned friend just how much you care with one of these 12 make-it-yourself pet accessories.
Turn a brass tag into a stylish keychain using metal stamps, a hammer and this simple tutorial by Clare McGibbon.
Up the cute factor on a plain tee with a free downloadable stencil.
Browse some of 2013’s best and brightest Etsy tutorials, accompanied by our favorite craft supplies.
Need a hostess gift or stocking stuffer? Make mints that double as edible works of art with this handy how-to.
Transform plastic drinking straws into a beautiful star ornament with Erin from House of Earnest.
This Thanksgiving, make an edible pie topper that looks as good as it tastes.
Delight your dinner guests with a favor that looks freshly foraged.
Add a minimal, natural touch to the dinner table with wood grain patterned napkin rings you can make yourself.
These cinnamon, vanilla and dark chocolate lollipops are as tasty as they are creepy.
Foster imaginative play with this printable animal mask from House That Lars Built. (Giraffes, elephants and pandas, oh my!)
Ward off an autumn chill with DIY evil eye tights.
Celebrate the season with handmade paper pumpkins by Esther Ramirez of Essimar.
Before you embark on your next camping adventure, soak up some inspiration for DIY gear, delicious campfire-cooked food, and cute crafts.
Set the stage for entertaining with a beautiful, personalized cutting board.
Bring the quintessential camping treat to your kitchen with this smart recipe from Heather Baird of Sprinklebakes.