Fruit-flavored frozen treats dressed up with edible blossoms are the ultimate summer refresher. Here’s how to make your own.
Craft a tiny, self-contained representation of your hometown—or your happy place—with a custom DIY terrarium, inspired by Episode 2 of Making It.
We took a page from the Master Craft Challenge on the series premiere of Making It to bring you sweet ideas for preserving special photos.
Here’s how to watch your new favorite TV show—whenever and wherever you want.
Four hands-on projects everyone can get excited about.
Buckle your seatbelts and grab your hot glue gun: This summer’s TV lineup is about to get a whole lot craftier.
Watercolor artist Ingrid Sanchez finds inspiration everywhere she looks—including the leafy parks and elegant flower shops of her London neighborhood.
Bonus: They taste as good as they look.
It’s not too late to impress your pop with a handmade (and personalized) present.
With a simple foam wreath form and a bounty of paper blooms, you can create a cheerful, wilt-proof wreath in an hour or less.
Throwing pots and perusing records with Baton Rouge-based punk rocker-turned-potter Osa Atoe.
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.
This Broadway choreographer said “I do” to her one true love 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.
Give old memories new life with this photo embroidery project.
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.