Designer Katerina Gray encourages kids to develop a unique personal style at a young age with her line of whimsical, creative jewelry.
Because people are complicated — and gifts shouldn’t be.
Spruce up your fir with a festive gift wagon, upcycled from an old clementine crate and some jam jar lids painted like peppermints.
In just three years, Tamara Mayne went from mixing up candles on her kitchen stove to sending her refined scents and designs all over the world.
We asked our favorite stylists, bloggers, and lifestyle gurus to share how they’d create a unique and festive holiday table — and how to get the look.
Seattle jewelry maker Jennifer Vinje’s recycled-diamond Art Deco designs and boho gemstone statement pieces reflect her unique artistic vision.
Master the art of the tiny-yet-memorable gift. (And if you’re a first-time Etsy shopper, you could get $10 to spend on yourself.)
Inspired by glittery Putz villages, this ’60-inspired cookie house will add retro charm to your holiday table.
“Our family defines Smiling Tree Toys, and Smiling Tree Toys defines our family.” Meet parents, partners and wood toymakers Kathleen and Justin Smith.
Style expert and boutique owner Amanda McClements shares her favorite Etsy shops for taking your holiday tablescape to the next level.
Inspired by equestrian style and time-worn patina, these makers are creating a line of design-conscious accessories meant to last a lifetime (or two).
Salute your BFF status with these creative make-or-buy gift ideas.
This organic-leaning line by London jewelry designer Tatiana Andrea makes a virtue of nature’s endless tiny imperfections.
Go beyond the same old Bordeaux and bring your favorite hostess a more memorable gift this year. (It’s guaranteed to pay off in future invites.)
After earning a PhD in physics and launching a career in academia, this artist found her calling crafting detailed, display-worthy origami creatures.
Impactful artwork isn’t just for big-time collectors, and these three shops — with large-scale prints of original photos and paintings — prove it.
Embroidery artist Rebecca Kneale’s custom wedding keepsakes — father of the bride tie patches, something blue dress labels — strike the sweetest note.
Searching for baby gear that doesn’t scream “boy” or “girl”? Gender-neutral options abound on Etsy — just browse these three outstanding shops to see.
Hand-stitched wallets, leather-wrapped flasks, and sleek camera straps are just a few of the gift-worthy items you’ll find in this artisan’s shop.
Twenty go-to shops for finding good things to put in small packages.
This talented textile maven shares her love of weaving with the world through sustainably produced wooden looms and beginner-friendly kits.