Discover how the sister-brother team behind this greeting card line creates holiday magic with animals and heartfelt sentiments.
Expressive, hand-painted faces and intricately stitched outfits give UK artist Kayleigh Radcliffe’s animal-centric ornaments instant heirloom status.
After a career creating costumes for the stage, this designer launched a charming collection of Halloween-ready ensembles inspired by her own brood.
From disco ball–inspired paper plates to candy-colored confetti and glittery garlands galore, these party supplies are anything but ordinary.
Rediscover the seller stories readers loved the most this season.
This music director turned her lifelong hobby of felting wool into a kind-hearted business that speaks to the child in every adult.
This alternative fashion designer combines steampunk, Victorian, and sci-fi influences in her thoroughly one-of-a-kind costume line.
This designer makes kids the stars of their own imaginations with the help of her vibrant DIY costume patterns.
Jayme Sloan Hennel finds her sweet spot with cheerfully cheeky greeting cards and gifts.
This upstate New York illustrator (and new mom!) creates lighthearted greeting and holiday cards in a style all her own.
A cheerful spirit (and a side of sass) come through loud and clear in this paper and party goods line from a pair of close-knit Southern sisters.
The need for a just-right beard comb inspired this maker to tap into his woodworking roots.
Find out how this Midwestern maker went from elementary school art teacher to the creator of her own line of illustrated paper goods.
There’s a story behind these felt masks. Meet Jessica Near, the creator behind Opposite of Far.
Meet the artist behind this charmingly nostalgic printable paper goods line.
Meet the illustrator behind these playful paper goods.