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Women Makers to Support on Etsy

Women Makers to Support on Etsy

When purchasing pieces for both decoration and lifestyle, you want to make sure you’re supporting artists. As a maker yourself, in the rare instances you can’t make something that you need, you go out of your way to find another …

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DIY Homemade Holiday Gifts

DIY Homemade Holiday Gifts

Shopping for gifts can be a stressful thing. As you’re walking around the mall, these questions are circulating through your mind: Does this person already own this item? Would they like this? Do they watch this show/movie? I can’t remember… …

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Maker Design Challenge Prompts

Maker Design Challenge Prompts

Even the best of makers will hit a creative slump every once in a while. Maybe it’s after you finish up a huge bucket-list project or between a few smaller projects you have lined up. Whatever it may be, it …

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Maker Projects to Complete This Summer

Maker Projects to Complete This Summer

If you’re part of the Maker Family, you know that summer is an amazing time to complete some of your bigger yearly projects. The weather is nice so you won’t run into any hiccups on outdoor projects and the bright …

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8 Female Makers You Should Know

8 Female Makers You Should Know

There are so many things that we love about the Maker Movement. We love that it encourages people not to just go out and buy something they need, but to do research and build it with their own two hands …

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Woodworking: An Interview with Johnathan Moran

Woodworking: An Interview with Johnathan Moran

Woodworking, alongside many other crafts, has been enjoying a revival in recent years. Part of it is because more people are looking into unique hobbies or pastimes, thanks to the Maker Movement. For some, however, it’s their livelihood. Johnathan Moran …

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Making Beautiful Music…Maker-Style

Making Beautiful Music…Maker-Style

We hear so many great stories about how musicians were inspired to write songs. Paul McCartney wrote “Let it Be” after seeing his mother in a dream. Bret Michaels wrote “Every Rose Has Its Thorn” after talking to his girlfriend …

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Urban Agriculture: The Farm of the Future?

Urban Agriculture: The Farm of the Future?

Living in the city can limit your access to fresh food. Due to the lack of gardens or farmland, produce must be brought in from outside sources. This raises prices, thus preventing some from being able to afford it. With …

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DIY VR Headset Made of… Cardboard?

DIY VR Headset Made of… Cardboard?

One minute you’re a young mouse in a fantasy world, discovering a glass relic that awakens ancient magic. The next minute, you’re smack dab in the middle of a horror film, making your way through a haunted house with nightmares …

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