Happy Maker Mom’s Day

We have a new Facebook page devoted to Maker Moms. “Like” it and share your maker mom story (on the FB page, not here), for a chance to win Maker Faire Bay Area tickets.

You know your maker mom is special. And if you are a maker, it’s likely you’ve told her how much you love her with a handmade gift. We want to hear about something you made for your mother, and what it meant to her. Like our page, and share your story for a chance to win free tickets to Maker Faire. Moms, you can win too- what is the best handmade gift you’ve ever been given?

And look for these fun new stickers premiering at the Faire!

Maker Mom on Facebook

16 thoughts on “Happy Maker Mom’s Day

  1. Not to seem like a complainer but anyone else tired of FB only competitions? I have never had a social media account and probably never will, cant see even giving my name to one of those data giants let alone any other information *readjusts tinfoil hat* just a minor gripe.

    In fact about the only things I do make things for people is my mother, because your mother will never tell you just how horrible your gift/idea really was :-)

    1. Skip the crimp, a new cable is cheap and sadly hand crimping just isn’t as reliable as the big machine at the factory. (I’ve used one once, and yeah, it makes a difference. Not very DIY, but a marginal crimp is just suffering down the road).

  2. Well, I sat my mom down in front of thingiverse to show her the various things I could print, and she picked a NYC manhole cover coaster. I started the print, and a few drinks later voila! She was amazed how well it came out. Dunno if it was the best gift ever, but she seemed to enjoy the process a great deal.

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Gareth Branwyn is a freelance writer and the former Editorial Director of Maker Media. He is the author or editor of over a dozen books on technology, DIY, and geek culture. He is currently a contributor to Boing Boing, Wink Books, and Wink Fun. And he has a new best-of writing collection and “lazy man’s memoir,” called Borg Like Me.

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