You don’t need a professional loom to learn the basics of weaving. Grab some scissors, yarn, and cardboard and let’s begin!
Our latest collaboration with the folks over at BarkPost, the online home for the pet-obsessed: a roundup of 21 drool-worthy, dog-centric gifts.
“My lingerie is very much inspired by vintage styles — especially the light, unstructured lingerie of the 1920s.”
This Valentine’s Day, ditch the standard flowers and candy and opt for a more creative way to show you care.
“Only the most special and interesting pieces get added to my collection.”
Etsy sellers are an inventive lot — a fact proven by these wildly creative items crafted from repurposed materials, from guitar strings to book pages.
We talk to Etsy illustrator (and greeting card game-changer) Emily McDowell about honoring platonic, awkward, and otherwise unconventional love.
“I love to be silly and nonsensical. Who knows what it might inspire?”
Create a candy garnish sure to add drama to any dessert.
“I love metalwork because it’s ever-evolving.”
“It’s so exciting when you truly believe that the possibilities are endless – and why shouldn’t they be?”
This year, consider a Valentine’s gift that’s nearly as old as Romeo and Juliet (and even more romantic): a hand-carved wooden love spoon.
“My patterns show my love for the botanical realm.”
Freshen up your space with an elegant DIY lamp.
The best-selling author of “Eat, Pray, Love” gives us the exclusive on her upcoming book on living creatively, “Big Magic.”