Could your daily routine use a little more color? Let the Jealous Curator blogger (and author of a brand-new book on creativity) lead the way.
This UK-based jeweler forages for minerals, crystals, and gemstones to create her unique, nature-inspired designs.
Looking to enhance your life (or at least your look) with some gorgeous, glittering crystals? We mined Etsy’s treasure trove to find these stunners.
For this graphic designer, personal stories and romantic moments are best expressed through the gift of a handwritten card.
Send your guests home with something sweet and creative, like these tasty butter owl cookies by Heather Baird.
A quick scroll through any of these inspiring artists’ feeds will have you reaching for the fiber-art supplies.
This Swedish sculptor found her ultimate medium in metal clay — and considers the pieces in her eponymous jewelry line nothing less than wearable art.
Linz and David’s wedding reflected their unique style: so, a Halloween party inspired by glam rock, “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” and Guns N’ Roses.
After producing home goods for an international retail chain, this Israeli designer found true fulfillment by launching her own line.
Not a carving whiz? No problem! Create an enviable pumpkin with download-and-trace templates designed by Etsy artists.
A passion for connecting current trends with timeless styles from the past shapes Amy Yee’s carefully curated vintage emporium.
There’s a creepy surprise inside this delicious red velvet cake.
Woodworker, author, and actor Nick Offerman delivers a heartfelt tribute to hand tools in this clip from his new audiobook, “Good Clean Fun.”
Personal details are at the heart of everything wedding designer and 3-D paper artist Michelle Kann creates.
According to stylist Emily Henson, author of the new book “Life Unstyled,” it’s the little flaws, quirks, and idiosyncrasies that make a home sing.
For maker Katelin Reeser, jewelry is a fine art form — and her sleek, minimal designs offer a distinctly modern take on the medium.
It’s PSL season, folks. Show your neighbors how to do fall right with a festive wreath.
MirDinara designer Dinara Mirtalipova mines images and motifs from folklore and fairytales to create her colorful line of housewares and paper goods.
Satisfy your need for knits.
From bohemian blues to beachy neutrals, Homepolish designer Orlando Soria shows how to get three distinctly dreamy bedroom looks.
Designer Lane Huerta’s colorful children’s playwear inspires kids to discover their own superpowers and imagine their own destinies.