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.
Ghoulish doesn’t have to mean garish. Strike a balance between chilling and chic with this DIY skeleton wreath by Aunt Peaches.
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.”
Discover this bite-size take on a colorful (and irresistible) treat.
Create a rope bracelet worthy of the high seas.
Childhood handcrafts and Japanese embroidery inspire this modern textile artist’s digital patterns.
With printable temporary tattoo paper, creating your own tattoo designs couldn’t be easier.
Pay tribute to your favorite people, places and things with these clever buy-or-DIY pennant ideas.
For this London designer, everything from her digital pattern downloads to her high-end furniture maps back to one big idea: crafting a home.
Add dimension to your space with creative buy-or-DIY wall hanging ideas.
You don’t have to be an alchemist (or even a chemist) to create your own pretty crystals — and turn them into an undeniably precious present.
Help your dogs keep their cool with a tasty pup pop recipe from Heather Baird of Sprinkebakes.
Meet an Australian fiber artist with a self-diagnosed case of “weaver fever.”