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?
Skip the carving mess and create a polished pumpkin patch at home with these easy-to-sew velvet stunners, complete with real stems.
This beginner-friendly fall fashion DIY combines two of our favorite trends: embellished denim and chunky rope weaving.
There’s no better way to keep your favorite jewelry within arm’s reach than with a trio of DIY ring dishes designed to look like tiny baskets.
Calling all time-strapped crafters: Each of these super-simple jewelry projects is a literal snap to make.
One globetrotting travel writer’s old-book obsession.
This DIY headboard project only looks like it requires an advanced degree in weaving. (Surprise: It’s actually easy enough for beginners to make.)
Spread the word: The most on-trend food craft of the season—a customizable cake modeled after a letter board—is as easy to make as A, B, C.
After years of long distance, this couple had the laidback, donut-filled wedding of their dreams—just four years after technically tying the knot.
Start the school year off on the right foot with these fun, beginner-friendly DIY shoe clips from textile artist Maryanne Moodie.
The secret ingredient in this eye-catching pouch? Iridescent leatherette.
Make this school year the most organized yet with a colorful, customizable DIY magnet memo board.
Mix and match your favorite handmade ideas—from a sweet (and easy) dessert station to favors guests will treasure—for a more personalized party.
When her family was two weeks from losing their home, this mom opened a business that fulfilled her creative calling and changed their lives forever.
Create a bench that’s just your style with this upholstery DIY from Honestly WTF.
Create a signature tea blend your guests will love with aromatic ingredients like rose buds, dried vanilla bean, and black tea leaves.
As an artist, then a gallery owner, and now curator of the shop Golden Rule, Erin Duininck has always found magic in the connections between makers.
This year, we’re proud to celebrate Pride in partnership with Tate Britain at the Etsy You Belong Here pop-up market.