This Broadway choreographer said “I do” to her cop beau in a rustic barnyard bash brimming with thoughtful details and a truly epic dancefloor.
Feast your eyes on the coolest, beginner-friendly food-based craft.
It’s time to get to know your signature stone.
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.
Six months after Hurricane Maria’s devastating landfall, Puerto Rico-based Etsy sellers are finding strength in community—and creativity—to carry on.
Sourcing, styling, and thrift store–hopping with Berkeley-based vintage collector Sara Ruhe.
Kick off the month with fun finds from these five women-owned and operated Etsy shops.
Four makers—based in Hawaii, Greece, coastal Mexico, and Ibiza, Spain—share a glimpse into their creative lives in idyllic locales.
Take bath time up a notch with this restorative botanical soak.
Lusting after leather and lobster with Maine-based handbag designer Natasha Durham.
This dazzling statement ring takes 30 minutes to DIY.
Transform lackluster table linens with shibori to create stunning (and giftable!) placemats, napkins, and more.
Present procrastinators, take note: These colorful, whimsical (and easy-to-make) DIY earrings are here to save the (holi-)day.
Surprise the bearded guy in your life with a custom-scented smoothing oil made just for him.
From cute owl cookies to an enchanting gingerbread gnome home, branch out from ho-hum holiday desserts with four woodland-inspired treats.
Ditch the tinsel and add some natural shine to your holiday decor with this minimalist gold-leaf wall hanging.
Blowing glass and brewing beer with Knoxville-based glass artist, bar owner, and craft beer enthusiast Matthew Cummings.
Add a splash of color to your home (and protect against pesky spills and scratches) with these easy-to-make pressed-flower coasters.
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.
Because who cares if it’s getting dark earlier when you have this adorable (and easy-to-make) pendant lamp around?