This upstate New York illustrator (and new mom!) creates lighthearted greeting and holiday cards in a style all her own.
Express your personal style and bring the spirit of the season home with creative holiday decorating ideas.
Make your Halloween celebration infinitely cuter with adorable pet costumes.
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.
Celebrate your years (or decades) of love with a unique and handmade anniversary gift.
Whether you’re heading to the beach, a farm, or the woods, say “thank you” to your host with a unique, location-appropriate gift.
Handmade cards with sentiments so specific they’re practically custom.
There’s a gift to pair with every activity – from an international trip to a skydiving adventure. Which one fits the graduate in your life?
Whether you’ve been together a day or a decade, there’s a thoughtful (and non-threatening!) present for your partner in love.
How to be a better gift-giver this holiday season.
The editor of BuzzFeed DIY shares how to make a last-minute gift extraordinary with materials you already have at home.
Serve this Scandinavian spiced wine at your next party for maximum holiday cheer.
Breathe new life into classic glass ornaments with these quick and clever ideas.
Top bloggers share their gift ideas for everyone on your list – from camera-wielding photographers to cactus lovers alike.
The experts at The Land of Nod share their favorite gift ideas to spark a little one’s imagination.
From sleek makeup organizers to a triceratops planter, Glamour.com shares gift ideas you won’t find at the big box store.
Can’t-miss holiday finds curated by the editors at Cool Hunting.
Find foolproof ideas for all the dudes in your life with this expert-approved shopping guide.
The need for a just-right beard comb inspired this maker to tap into his woodworking roots.
This year, surprise someone you love with a thoughtful custom gift that celebrates the recipient’s unique spirit.
Find out how this Midwestern maker went from elementary school art teacher to the creator of her own line of illustrated paper goods.