Explore charming mid-century ceramics, glitter-encrusted cardboard villages, and the cutest Swedish gnomes from vintage sellers on Etsy.
Learn the history of this holiday icon — and get tips for constructing your own extra-special version.
Whip up a sweet garland of smiling dough ornaments with this tutorial by Heather Baird.
Looking for some tiny gifts with big heart? We scoured the site for the best little ways to show you care.
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.
Warm someone’s heart — and hands — with one of these stimulating finds.
The co-founder of one of Canada’s coolest men’s boutiques picks stylish gifts for guys.
This holiday season, ditch the wrapping paper and opt for a village of handpainted gift bags.
The pros at Whole Foods Market pick the best Etsy gifts for kitchen whizzes.
Stylish smartphone cases, ultra-functional tablet stands and the coolest portable speaker (made from old skateboard decks!) for everyone on your list.
“I’m inspired by felt’s willingness to mold and its readiness to forgive mistakes.”
Hosting dinner, but haven’t thought about the tabletop? We’ve got you covered with simple and stunning DIY ideas from around the web.
“My line is named Clap Clap because clapping your hands makes you happy!”
Creating new Christmas traditions keeps Etsy shop owners engaged all year long.
Shake up your shopping routine with surprising presents for everyone on your list.
“If you were a fly on the wall of our studio, we’d forgive you for thinking you were at a bakery.”
Show a seasoned host your appreciation with these thoughtful finds, selected by Salt & Sundry owner Amanda McClements.
The dog-loving editors at BarkPost share gift ideas for pups of all sizes, inspired by furry friends looking for homes.
Celebrate the wide variety of holiday wrap and cards on Etsy this gift-giving season — for minimalists, maximalists, kids, and other happy campers.
“I enjoy working with simple forms and texture, and I believe little things can have a big impact.”