Episode 6

Making It: Happily Ever Crafter

On the season finale of Making It, the Makers must transform one couple’s wedding into an incredible experience. In the final Faster Craft challenge, the Makers create cake toppers that capture the style of the bride and groom. Then, Amy and Nick challenge them to utilize all they’ve learned in order to create a dream wedding backdrop and an heirloom quality gift.
Episode 6: Explore wedding inspo
Personalized Wedding Ideas for Your Special Day

From unique gifts to surprise your bridesmaids pre-ceremony to memorable custom favors to send home with your guests, Etsy finds make it easy to design a one-of-a-kind event infused with handmade magic. Read on for personalized ideas for all the stages of your big day.

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Inspired by the Faster Craft Challenge: cake toppers

Get inspired—the Master Craft Challenge: wedding gifts and backdrops

Meet Our Trend Expert

Mix-and-match earrings, wedding jumpsuits, and celestial everything: Unearthing the next big trends on Etsy and beyond is all in a day’s work for Dayna Isom Johnson, our resident style expert and judge on NBC’s new series Making It.

Read on for a glimpse into Dayna’s routine.

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Want to stay ahead of the curve? Bookmark the Etsy Journal, where Dayna shares her take on the must-have home, fashion, and accessory designs of the moment—along with the best Etsy shops for getting the look.

Keep reading to see what’s on Dayna’s radar right now.

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Making It

How much have we been missing the hilarious Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman? Thank goodness they're back on NBC this summer for Making It, the new lighthearted crafting competition that is sure to be a DIY obsession. Featuring Simon Doonan, Creative Ambassador for Barney's NY, and Etsy Trend Expert Dayna Isom Johnson as judges, Making It stars eight Makers who get crafty each week to make some out-of-this-world creations. Considering our hosts are Parks and Recreation alums, that's not really a surprise, but it's definitely a plus. Follow along each week to see the ins and outs of crafting, and then when you're feeling good and inspired, hop on Etsy to shop handmade items based on all the challenges. You can get trend tips from Dayna and even shop from the Making It Makers themselves. And if they leave you wanting to make some DIY magic? Go ahead and craft on.