We’ve got a new name and we’re embracing new mediums to tell Etsy’s story—including a digital magazine.
How a Kickstarter campaign, a dream—and the help of a handful of talented designers—turned this historic hotel into a unique artists’ retreat.
Pounding the pavement and polishing metal with Harlem-based jewelry designer Ifétayo Abdus-Salam.
Try your hand at metal stamping. First stop: these easy DIY pet tags.
This easy DIY is the perfect last-minute Father’s Day gift for dad.
The beauty of nature provides endless inspiration for this maker of functional ceramics.
Take family game night to the next level with this easy-to-make beanbag toss game.
In a seaside sunroom overlooking Mount Fuji, this Japanese screenprinter makes baby blankets and bags for her 10-year-old Etsy shop.
Extra-special balloons you can make with everyday materials.
Farmgirl Flowers founder Christina Stembel shares a simple DIY bouquet guaranteed to make you smile.
A donkey mask made—and rejected—for a theater production led to a lightbulb moment that changed everything for this Austrian architect.
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.
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.
This gift-worthy, beginner-friendly garden craft is guaranteed to please any green thumb (or plain old plant-lover) you know.
Introducing Etsy Studio, a new market for inspiration and unique craft supplies.
This leatherworker transformed an abandoned elementary school in Amsterdam into her dream studio space.
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.
There’s more to this Spanish maker’s pared-down designs than meets the eye.