Stylized symbols in silver and brass from Santa Fe-based jewelry and accessory brand Almanac for June.
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.
We rounded up some of Etsy shoppers’ favorite ways to support the LGBTQ+ community through commerce—and their enthusiastic reviews are the proof.
Inventive color combinations and surprising shapes (think unicorns and octopuses) set the work of this Minnesota-based fiber artist apart.
From disco ball–inspired paper plates to candy-colored confetti and glittery garlands galore, these party supplies are anything but ordinary.
From unicorn-emblazoned pins proclaiming “Magic is real,” to starry scarves and botanical prints, this sunny shop has something for everyone.
Kick off the month with fun finds from these five women-owned and operated Etsy shops.
From scented soy candles inspired by happy hour to a super-hydrating skin serum, here are six worthy ways to treat yourself this year.
Hoping to spend more time on the mat this year? Get inspired with this all-cotton yoga apparel line, named after the Sanskrit word for truth.
When the recession knocked them down, these high school sweethearts persevered to keep their family together—and a leather goods business was born.
Support a brand-new business—and fall in love with a slew of original designs—when you explore these 2017 arrivals.
Treat yourself to a seasonal home refresh with handmade goods from these new-to-Etsy sellers.
Updated staples and unexpected statement-makers (including a chic wearable fidget spinner!) from five jewelry designers on the rise.
Meet the self-taught Baltimore woodworker who designs flat-packed furniture with simplicity and style in mind.
Five emerging Etsy designers share their inspiring stories—and their fall-ready styles.
Give a gift that’s just their style — we’ll show you how.
Not a carving whiz? No problem! Create an enviable pumpkin with download-and-trace templates designed by Etsy artists.
Meet an Australian fiber artist with a self-diagnosed case of “weaver fever.”
This fiber artist found her calling after listening to her gut and moving off the grid.
When these Indiana natives tied the knot, their goal was to create a vibe that felt like home. With DIY projects and custom items from Etsy, they did.
From symbolic necklaces and rings to sleek hair pins and functional barrettes, this jewelry designer has a style all her own.