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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.”
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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.”
“The seasons and holidays have a big influence on the colors and materials I use.”
“Sometimes the most worthwhile things in life are those that take a lot of effort!”
Plan ahead (that means now!) to get these custom and personalized gifts in time for the holidays.
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.
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Java fiends, unite! Get your caffeine fix with an array of creative wares from Etsy sellers.
Illustrator Gemma Green-Hope honors the passions, experiences and beliefs that shaped her grandmother’s life in this beautiful animation.
“I feel grateful for the chance to work with my daughter on this project.” – Julie
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Celebrate motherly wisdom by sharing the best thing you’ve learned from your mom.