Make every day a special occasion with accessories designer Michaela Durisova’s bold floral creations.
We’ve got a new name and we’re embracing new mediums to tell Etsy’s story—including a digital magazine.
Colby June’s textural, organic jewelry finds inspiration in the structure and balance of the natural world.
The holidays may be over over, but there’s still one last gift with your name on it.
Because people are complicated — and gifts shouldn’t be.
We asked our favorite stylists, bloggers, and lifestyle gurus to share how they’d create a unique and festive holiday table — and how to get the look.
Master the art of the tiny-yet-memorable gift. (And if you’re a first-time Etsy shopper, you could get $10 to spend on yourself.)
After earning a PhD in physics and launching a career in academia, this artist found her calling crafting detailed, display-worthy origami creatures.
Express your personal style and bring the spirit of the season home with creative holiday decorating ideas.
For this graphic designer, personal stories and romantic moments are best expressed through the gift of a handwritten card.
Linz and David’s wedding reflected their unique style: so, a Halloween party inspired by glam rock, “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” and Guns N’ Roses.
On Etsy, there’s something for everyone, and someone for everything. Celebrate the differences that make us unique and win a $1,000 gift card.
Inspired by all things mystical, this fiber artist creates bold, hand-dyed yarns with names like “Troll King” and “Forest Dancer.”
Designer Orly Pittel infuses her line of personalized wedding and home goods with a joyful spirit.
Childhood handcrafts and Japanese embroidery inspire this modern textile artist’s digital patterns.
Pay tribute to your favorite people, places and things with these clever buy-or-DIY pennant ideas.
Invest in a leather tote bag that will last you through the coming year — and twenty more after that.
Add dimension to your space with creative buy-or-DIY wall hanging ideas.
For this Berlin designer, printing her own textiles was the key to launching a distinctive line of hand-stitched home accessories.
A big wedding isn’t for everyone. This couple created a timeless, romantic event that felt true to their love — with only 50 guests.
Goodbye, color! While Meg Lewis’s designs are happy and bright, she finds serenity in a minimal, colorless home.