With a plethora of original designs and handmade goods, it's no wonder this website has sparked an online arts-and-crafts renaissance. Meet the artisans behind some of our favorite shops!
Brooklyn-based crafter Jen Jafarzadeh (thehaystackneedle.etsy.com) transforms vintage luggage into practical (and cute) storage. See her work here!
North Dakota artist Michelle Brusegaard (michellebrusegaard.etsy.com) designs cheery screen-printed kitchen textiles and stationery. See her work here!
Related: Make Crafts from Recycled Materials
The Windy City's Stephaine Keorner (truche.etsy.com) spreads stately spirit with her custom-made hand-cut silver designs. See her work here!
Using salvaged lumber, Camille Storch (redonionwoodworks.etsy.com) of Philomath, Oregon, crafts natural edge cutting boards that bring a little bit of woodsy charm into our kitchens. See her work here!
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