A charming log-shaped mold triggers an exploration into holiday history and how the traditional Yule log morphed into a frosted treat.
The editors at Country Living magazine share their favorite Etsy finds for holiday decorating.
Hosting dinner, but haven’t thought about the tabletop? We’ve got you covered with simple and stunning DIY ideas from around the web.
Creating new Christmas traditions keeps Etsy shop owners engaged all year long.
Expert entertaining tips from Etsy’s own in-house hostess.
Halloween is a night for costumes, jack-o-lanterns, tricks and treats — but when did we start running through the streets demanding candy, anyway?
Step up your Halloween celebration with a festive DIY banner.
Our editors share their favorite holiday cocktails and the traditions that make them special.
The team at Knot & Pop have created seasonal dreamscapes that showcase the one-of-a-kind spirit of Etsy holiday wares. Take a peek!
Holiday cookies are more than sugar and sprinkles – they hold cherished memories. Etsians are exploring creative ways to capture and share the magic.
Mallory McInnis pairs colorful collections of new and vintage ornaments with classic tree-themed tunes to inspire you as you deck the halls.
This Thanksgiving, make an edible pie topper that looks as good as it tastes.
Delight your dinner guests with a favor that looks freshly foraged.
Make a salty and spicy twist on that holiday classic, chocolate bark.
Dress the table with meaning this holiday season by incorporating handmade and vintage touches in styles ranging from rustic to whimsical.
Set the table for a hearty autumnal dinner party with Erin from House of Earnest.
“I am woman on the path to finding her way in this world, but I do know one thing: I have to make something every day.” – Nelle
“A handcrafted beer deserves a handcrafted glass.” – Matthew Cummings
“Every once in a while, you just have to think like a 9-year-old and have some fun.” – Brenda Watts
Party superstar David Stark shares how his creative approach to events for Beyoncé, Martha Stewart, and The Metropolitan Opera can work for you, too.
This faddish object combined old school elegance and modern day convenience to showcase the side dish everyone overlooks: cranberry sauce.