Big news: Making It is back! The latest inspiring episode sent us on a hunt for extra-special holiday cards for all our loved ones—click through to see what we found, and remember to tune in at 10/9c on NBC.
This couple’s dreamy day was a memorable mashup of ultra-lush details and fun, alternative touches—including a wildly popular taco truck.
Crafted by hand from beautiful, buttery leathers, these fun-sized accessories are perfect for traveling lightly and living simply.
Crafted by hand off the coast of Montreal, these blue and white porcelain homewares—think plates, pitchers, mugs, and more—sing the song of the sea.
From belted jumpsuits and adjustable wrap dresses to cropped tanks and versatile tunics, this family-run shop specializes in high-quality everyday essentials.
This son-in-law, mother-in-law duo has cooked up the perfect gift for any gourmet: hand-crafted, small-batch spices in signature flavor combinations.
Transform any space with the flip of a switch.
Bold patterns, tropical textures, and jungle-chic motifs characterize this line of nature-inspired earrings, necklaces, and brooches.
Meet a few of our favorite female entrepreneurs creating extraordinary things from leather, metal, fibers, and more.
Weary of ill-fitting bras that masked her natural figure, this San Jose-based designer created a bespoke lingerie line to complement smaller frames.
This Tennessee printmaker is on a mission to bring people together over the pleasures of a home-cooked meal and a beautifully curated table.
This vintage collector is on a matchmaking mission to pair timeless home decor and accessories finds with new owners who will cherish them.
Pack your lucky scissors and hit the road: There’s an art adventure in the making.
Welcome to a peaceful kingdom populated by the most enchanting porcelain miniatures in all the land.
There’s no better time to celebrate the independent spirit of creative entrepreneurs than July 4. Meet a few of our favorite US-based fresh faces.
Tokyo-based jeweler Fai Oda crafts ethereal, minimalist designs infused with a sense of history and meaning.
In a seaside sunroom overlooking Mount Fuji, this Japanese screenprinter makes baby blankets and bags for her 10-year-old Etsy shop.
In an impeccably organized home studio in Atlanta, this Etsy seller makes bold accessories inspired by her Caribbean roots.
Splitting time between a cow barn and a basement in Illinois, this printmaker has developed an ergonomic workflow to foster creativity and well-being.
You don’t need a sewing machine to make this festive chain garland – just felt, scissors and a little creative inspiration.
Get a glimpse into this digital age textile company based in North Carolina cotton country.