The newest crop of popular picks.
It’s National Small Business Week, which means it’s time to revel in Etsy sellers’ endless ingenuity—and shop for a chance to win a $5,000 gift card.
Get inspired with a look back at four Etsy seller stories that moved us—and you—in recent weeks.
Discover how some of the most stunning, special, and surprising items on our site come to life.
Monstera-leaf statement earrings, a funny fringed message blanket, and animal planters: These are the items Etsy’s Insta fans are going nuts for now.
This France-based photographer, painter, and paper goods maker finds inspiration—and art supplies—in the natural world.
Need ideas? Crowd favorites from Etsy’s Instagram account are a solid place to start.
Rediscover the seller stories readers loved the most this season.
Drawing, dog-walking, and divination—these are all part of an ordinary (ultra-inspiring) day for artist and Spirit Speak tarot card maker Mary Evans.
Perfectly pared-down pendants, slim stacking rings, and unconventional stud earrings set this chic line of ultra-modern jewelry apart.
For this multidimensional Mexico City jeweler, finding her artistic voice meant learning to trust her intuition.
Your annual excuse to stock up on inspiration.
The secret ingredient in this eye-catching pouch? Iridescent leatherette.
When an economic crisis forced this mother of two out of her business and her home, she used her sewing skills to construct a new life for her family.
Mix and match your favorite handmade ideas—from a sweet (and easy) dessert station to favors guests will treasure—for a more personalized party.
Toronto-based designer Ashley Alexis McFarlane reimagines traditional African textiles to create her line of modern, playful, multi-purpose garments.
Inspired by the palette of the Pacific Northwest, this fiber jewelry designer lets the materials guide the way when creating her sustainable line.
Calling all pencil perfectionists, eraser aficionados, and general office-supply obsessives: Your new favorite shop is here.
As an artist, then a gallery owner, and now curator of the shop Golden Rule, Erin Duininck has always found magic in the connections between makers.
How a Kickstarter campaign, a dream—and the help of a handful of talented designers—turned this historic hotel into a unique artists’ retreat.
A glimpse inside the studio of this Bay Area painter, who specializes in unconventional portraits and prints.