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Not that it really needs any help, but homemade coconut bread surely tastes even better topped with fresh strawberries and cream.

The perfect late-summer shrug evokes both friendship bracelets and nautical rope with its loose, knitted braids. #etsyfashion

#DIY big fringe garlands (based on a tutorial from Jordan Ferney | Oh Happy Day!) work as jazzy room dividers, playful photo backdrops, and even fluttery table runners. What would you do with yours?

Wedding day stress-saver: Consider stitching up some #DIY ceremony accessories for the little attendants you don't quite trust to carry the actual ring down the aisle.

Apartment Therapy's roundup of brilliant #DIY lighting projects is sure to spark a few bright ideas of your own.

An unconventional engagement ring for a one-of-a-kind woman. LaurelsBench's pairing of a rose-cut chocolate diamond with a beaded rose-gold band easily outshines the run-of-the-mill competition. #etsyweddings

Perk up a plain chair with a photorealistic pine cone–printed pillow. #etsy

White peach blender margaritas are cause for celebration any old day.

First things first. #etsykids

A convincing case for incorporating unpainted pegboard into an earthy work station. #DIY

Husband-and-wife designers (and Etsy sellers) Alicia Zwicewicz and Josiah Henderson make smile-inducing ceramics that turn a fox's feet into supports for a planter, a cat’s tail into a mug handle, and more cute critter adaptations for their Montreal-based shop Beardbangs. #etsyfinds

A flirty skirt for transitioning to fall. #etsyfashion

Shocking but true: This concrete vanity was a #DIY.

A cheeky cosmetics pouch for maintaining your unrivaled arches. #etsy

Gallery walls aren't just for artwork: Mix in found objects, travel keepsakes, small sculptures and other three-dimensional objects for a more varied and compelling arrangement.

Well, lookee there: Some of our favorite artists and designers on Etsy — like BorianaM, Mess Project, ilovedoodle, Elliot Kruszynski, Dawid Ryski, Becca Stadtlander, Karolin Schnoor, and Seventy Tree *, shown here — popped up in this roundup of affordable art on Miss Moss. Click over to the post to see even more accessible inspiration.

A colorful kids' room built for sleepovers (and bonding by flashlight).

We're going to go ahead and call these individual-size blackberry and lime treats clafoutis cuties. (Warning: once you start, you can't stop.)

This (functional!) cardboard pinball machine is pretty much as cool as it gets. #DIY

Today in the Seller Handbook, explore designer Neile Cooper's creative sanctuary: a woodland cabin with walls and a ceiling composed completely of her meticulous stained-glass designs.