Our UK Country Manager checks in to share recent activities and upcoming plans for the vibrant Etsy community growing in the United Kingdom.
“I know what the firing is going to achieve, but there is always an element of surprise when I lift the lid at the end.” – Vanessa Bullick
In a thoughtfully renovated English country home, rustic touches are balanced by a modern sensibility.
The unusual knocker brings a touch of the sea to your front door.
UK Artist and Etsian Sarah Turner got the surprise of her life when she was invited to design an installation for the world’s biggest sporting event.
At just 23 years old, Jessie Harris is building a jewelry business based on her uncompromising vision.
“It was only once I completely left my job that I had the time, space and energy to explore what I would do next.” – Kirsten Miller
With the help of a new program, the endangered edibles of yesteryear are back on supermarket shelves.
For Candy and Lora Jones, two sisters-in-law who work with with local fibres in Wales, the fun is in the fleece.
A London-based social enterprise invites the over-65 crowd to pass their creative skills to a new generation.
“Creating was always a part of me – sketching, painting, making things, observing and having fun with imagery. I have always been a visual person.”
“Handmade means a lot of things, such as authenticity and community, but above all, it means soul.” – Emma Lamb
What’s closer to your heart than your home? The editors of Reverie Magazine imagine weddings in New York, London, California and Devon.
Ailing Main Streets aren’t just an American problem. Through pairing designers with shop owners, the UK is pumping life back into small businesses.
“I visualized becoming self-employed and working from home so I could spend time with my daughter and do something I really enjoyed.” — Jane Foster