Learn how this designer of unconventional ceramics went from experimenting with clay in her grandparents’ yard to launching her own studio and brand.
Ruth got her start teaching craft workshops in her hometown. Now, her handmade kits can be found around the globe.
Get to know the bestselling author, blogger, and photographer behind The Paris Print Shop.
Unlucky opals? Soothing emeralds? Joyce and Jenn of Bellflower Bay share a sampling of the fascinating legends attached to traditional birthstones.
Inspired by her surroundings, this Milan-based fashion designer puts needle to fabric to create showstopping bridal gowns and evening wear.
Marbled calendars and bright, bold business cards are just a few of the festive offerings in Pamela Sherry’s Texas-based paper goods shop.
Learn time-tested techniques from Etsy artists for this fun (and fuzzy) craft.
The inspiration for Jessica’s pet accessories line came when she adopted her pug, JD.
Our favorite winter warmers, from head to toe.
You won’t find any stuffy stationery in Julia and Chris Roberts’ line of fresh, fun paper goods designed for offbeat brides.
Cynthia found an unexpected calling in crafting adorable creatures out of felt — and teaching others to do the same.
Inspired by her customers’ completed creative projects, Deidre Kindall made the leap from supplies seller to self-taught felt florist.
Add to your favorite collection (or start a new one) with finds from this colorful and eclectic vintage shop.
How to be a better gift-giver this holiday season.
A common love of walnut wood inspires this husband-and-wife team to create modern, graphic home goods.