Karen Brown looks back at her favorite Etsy purchases as she approaches a milestone.
When you are three, making the switch from only child to big brother can be a bumpy road for the whole family.
A new exhibit at the Tate Galleries shows a connection in both aesthetics and sensibility between the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and modern makers.
These hunting-themed drinking vessels experienced a popularity boom in the 18th and 19th centuries, but their heritage goes back to Roman times.
At Etsy HQ, locally-sourced company lunches aim to take the same handmade, know-your-maker approach to food that it cultivates within the community.
This book-filled haven on Toronto’s waterfront is home to a pair of globe-trotting art lovers.
Heather and Zack pledged their love in the Catskills, surrounded by gorgeous woodlands, heartfelt decor, and family and friends.
As you feast with family, Sarah Lohman talks turkey, taking a look at the evolution of an American classic.
Within the gas lamp-lit homes of the 19th century, a mysterious artform shimmers with clues about the history of women and domesticity.
Makeshift Magazine founder Steve Daniels gives a firsthand account of the unique maker spirit and ingenuity found in Lagos, Nigeria.
Handmade shoes seem like the ultimate luxury — but in the long run, they may cost no more than a mass-produced pair.
Tattoo artist, musician, and television personality Kat Von D shows off her love for handmade in this fun home tour.
Surrounded by games, music and special DIYs, Lauren and Paul tied the knot UK-style.
The legendary Nicholas Building has sheltered a wide variety of Australian creatives, but rising rents threaten to upend this special community.
A specialized craft left for dead by the march of industrial printing is getting fresh life thanks to a new generation of fans and aspirants.
This faddish object combined old school elegance and modern day convenience to showcase the side dish everyone overlooks: cranberry sauce.
With colorful geometric shapes and a little DIY magic, Lindsey and Brian said “I do.”
There’s more than meets the eye to these appealing trinkets — they double as viewers for microscopic photographs showing famous scenes and sights.
Back in the day, voters were rewarded for casting their ballot with a boozy, fruit-filled slice of cake. With this recipe, you can make your own.
Buried in the Connecticut woods, the 49-acre legacy of Philip Johnson is a tribute to the public discourse of art and design.
Two young farmers tied the knot on a piece of land symbolizing their future dreams, surrounded by the love and handcrafts of a close-knit community.