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.
Because there are people who can kill even the most low-maintenance of plants.
Nothing says “happy holidays” like a mouthful of gingerbread.
Create stocking stuffer magic with these creative DIY ideas.
Everyday wildlife sightings near Stephanie Carswell’s rural UK studio inspire many of her crochet and needle-felted creatures and DIY kit designs.
Add personality to your tree with this adorable (walnut!) gnome ornament.
Spruce up your fir with a festive gift wagon, upcycled from an old clementine crate and some jam jar lids painted like peppermints.
Inspired by glittery Putz villages, this ’60-inspired cookie house will add retro charm to your holiday table.
Salute your BFF status with these creative make-or-buy gift ideas.
This talented textile maven shares her love of weaving with the world through sustainably produced wooden looms and beginner-friendly kits.
Add these tasty treats to your centerpiece or place settings to add a dose of rustic charm to your next gathering.
Could your daily routine use a little more color? Let the Jealous Curator blogger (and author of a brand-new book on creativity) lead the way.
Send your guests home with something sweet and creative, like these tasty butter owl cookies by Heather Baird.
Not a carving whiz? No problem! Create an enviable pumpkin with download-and-trace templates designed by Etsy artists.
There’s a creepy surprise inside this delicious red velvet cake.
Satisfy your need for knits.
Make a cozy cap adorned with bunny ears or a snuggly hood fit for a fox with these downloadable knitting patterns from a self-taught crafter and mom.
Why should gingerbread houses get all the glory? This cookie-and-candy haunted mansion is wickedly welcoming.
Learn time-tested techniques from Etsy artists for this fun (and fuzzy) craft.
Inspired by all things mystical, this fiber artist creates bold, hand-dyed yarns with names like “Troll King” and “Forest Dancer.”