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Remember when people who made things were either called artists or crafters? Well, nowadays, "craft" refers to beer, and people who create things are called "makers." And, while you used to go to "craft faires," now they are called "makers markets." 

The term "maker" seems to imply a higher level of accomplishment and skill. Unfortunately, "craft" became associated with inferior goods, like things made by little kids or old ladies. 

And, where most everything today is mass produced and generic, handmade goods are being rediscovered for their beauty and uniqueness.

Whether you are a maker looking for inspiration or a potential buyer looking for something one-of-a-kind, Instagram is filled with beautiful handmade items. You just have to know where to find them — and we're here to help you with just that! Here are 30 incredibly talented makers you should be following.