Create a bench that’s just your style with this upholstery DIY from Honestly WTF.
Create a signature tea blend your guests will love with aromatic ingredients like rose buds, dried vanilla bean, and black tea leaves.
Make your next celebration a memorable one with these easy DIY party favors.
This easy DIY is the perfect last-minute Father’s Day gift for dad.
Take your next at-home spa day up a notch with this soothing, lavender-filled DIY eye pillow.
Take family game night to the next level with this easy-to-make beanbag toss game.
Extra-special balloons you can make with everyday materials.
Farmgirl Flowers founder Christina Stembel shares a simple DIY bouquet guaranteed to make you smile.
In her brand-new book, art aficionado Bridget Watson Payne shares just how easy it is to make art a source of joy in our lives.
This former law professor shares her passion for making with the world through her vibrant hand-dyed yarn and easy-to-follow embroidery kits.
Realistic edible-paper pansies and pretty pastel macarons take this giftable edible bouquet to new heights. Here’s how to make your own.
Swap the cake and candles for a breathtaking DIY ice cream bar at your next summer birthday party.
Introducing Etsy Studio, a new market for inspiration and unique craft supplies.
From botanical art made from real plants, to jewelry with flowers preserved inside, these ideas (to make or buy) deliver natural beauty that lasts.
Dunking hard-boiled eggs in dye isn’t the only way to get your Easter crafts fix. This no-sew felt bunny basket is as cute—and easy—as can be.
This year, fill your Easter baskets with homemade sweet treats—like this deceptively-simple chocolate bark.
Inspired by the rainy Pacific Northwest, this mother of three turned her luxurious knit and crochet designs into a wildly successful pattern business.
Give your valentine a blast from the past with these easy-to-customize mixtape cookies.
Painting, sewing, or filling endless coloring book pages—whatever your craft of choice, there’s a cool DIY jewelry project to suit your skills.
There’s no time like the present to make your place more presentable.
It takes a knitter to know a knitter’s needs, and with her shop for project bags and needle cases, Jésabelle B. puts her own experience to good use.