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.
Made with vintage military surplus materials and leather, Kruk Garage’s limited-edition bags are ones you’ll want to keep for a lifetime.
You don’t have to be an alchemist (or even a chemist) to create your own pretty crystals — and turn them into an undeniably precious present.
Goodbye, color! While Meg Lewis’s designs are happy and bright, she finds serenity in a minimal, colorless home.
Discover what your favorite trending fruit motif says about you.
Stay-at-home mom and self-taught woodworker Allison Catoe finds inspiration in the everyday.
Think you can’t buy a handmade swimsuit online? Think again. Today, swimwear designers spill the secret to finding a flattering suit.
This dazzling statement ring takes 30 minutes to DIY.
Tactile, vibrant, and one-of-a-kind, Bonnie Beata’s wrapped-rope designs give any outfit a boost.
Celebrate your years (or decades) of love with a unique and handmade anniversary gift.
This husband-and-wife design duo combined their expertise to create a line of contemporary, slip-cast porcelain pots.
Whether you’re heading to the beach, a farm, or the woods, say “thank you” to your host with a unique, location-appropriate gift.
From flower farming to wedding bouquets, this nature-loving designer has done it all.
Your vacation inspiration has arrived: Check out top trending travel picks from Spot.com — and chic, trip-ready outfits and accessories to take along.
So fresh and so clean.
This California native uses traditional papel picado to create delightful (and surprising) items for celebrations of all kinds.
Help your dogs keep their cool with a tasty pup pop recipe from Heather Baird of Sprinkebakes.
Vintage fabrics and one-of-a-kind embellishments give Alyssa Zynda’s kids’ wear designs their unique — and highly Instagrammable — flair.
This designer and jeweler turned a layoff into an opportunity to pursue her dreams.
Not content to apply their talents to someone else’s vision, sisters Lior and Paz Brouk struck out with an eco-friendly children’s line all their own.
This knitwear dynamo creates unique patterned goods inspired by architecture and her travels.