This week, I helped Etsy launch a new blog series highlighting memorable buyer stories. First up: Pride-related finds.
"I'm always going to try to think of ways to delight," Minnesota-based textile artist Mandi Smethells told me earlier this month. Step inside her studio and learn more about her happy-hued fiber arches on the Etsy Journal.
Los Angeles-based designer Giselle Hernandez partners with artisans in her native Colombia to create handwoven home goods for her line, Someware. I got the scoop on how it all came together, plus some of Giselle's tips for traveling to her hometown.
Setting the mood for a festive celebration starts with setting the table, and Bash Party Goods' bold decorations make that task a treat. This week, I spoke with founder Angela Wator to learn more about her collection.
Dream designers Jenna and Cary gave me the inside story on what running their Earth-friendly fashion empire, Ace & Jig, entails.
Ceramicist Kim Gilmour shares her tips for wintertime travel along the Wild Atlantic Way.
Like her inspirational pins and prints, UK-based artist and illustrator Lee May Foster-Wilson is full of wisdom. Check out our recent conversation on the Etsy Journal.
Current status: Dreaming of a trip down south, inspired by my recent conversation with textile artist Kiva Motnyk.
Every day is a good day to champion women, but since March is Women's History Month, I put together an extra special round-up of rad women collectives that are doing their thing.
The middle of winter means we could all use a little pick-me-up; I rounded up some little luxuries for Etsy’s latest “Fresh Shops” post.