Follow along with our latest video to discover tips for creating your own artful display of sentimental objects and functional accent pieces.
From the first fabric selection to the final hand-sewn flourishes, watch a made-to-order wedding gown come to life in this Brooklyn bridal designer’s busy atelier.
Update a basic set of drawers in a flash with this quick and simple DIY. The best part? Just peel and stick—no glue required.
Watch our latest video to learn how to upgrade your kitchen with one-of-a-kind Etsy accents (no contractor required).
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This talented artist creates download-and-print paper dolls customized to look just like your child.
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Illustrator Gemma Green-Hope honors the passions, experiences and beliefs that shaped her grandmother’s life in this beautiful animation.
With Susan Lindell from Brooklyn’s Recycle-A-Bicycle leading the way, your dusty, rusty bike will be ready to roll in no time.
In this short video, a tie maker shares the tale of her unexpected path to entrepreneurship.
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Two entrepreneurs saw an opportunity where everyone else saw trash, transforming discarded tuna skins into stunning leather goods.
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Take a peek at the glittery world of Lisa Frank in this rare video, shot at her headquarters in Tucson, Arizona.
One man’s obsession with found photos brings joy to his customers.
97-year-old Hal Lasko uses Microsoft Paint to create dazzling works of pointilist art.
This short documentary from 1958 reveals the glittering facets of a fascinating craft.
In a Paraguyan slum built on a landfill, a community has come together around a handmade orchestra — made from trash.
Feast your eyes on the amazingly gorgeous sweet treats created by Marcella Robin of Portland, Oregon.
For over thirty years, Jim Power has been transforming Manhattan’s East Village with mosaics, one lamppost at a time.