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Make these Denim Projects for the Blue Jeans’ 142nd Birthday

m34_123toolwrap-photo1For the past 142 years, blue jeans have been a favorite of men and women with dirty and tough jobs due to their durability and comfort. Created on May 20th, 1873 by Jacob Davis and Levi Strauss, they would go on to become a staple in homes and workshops worldwide. The […]

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Decorate Your Garden with Doctor Who Stepping Stones

Backyard Spoilers, Sweetie: Doctor Who-Inspired Stepping StonesReady to bring some serious geek cred to your garden? You’ll definitely want to carve out some time this weekend for this delightfully unexpected Doctor Who-inspired stepping stones project! To the uninitiated, these lovely stepping stones will just look like quirky geometric art, but, to fellow Whovians, your new backyard […]

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Tons of Variety at the San Francisco Bazaar

The Bazaar is back for this year’s Maker Faire with 85 amazing booths to peruse. The variety of wares for sale is astounding and everyone is sure to find something that will spark their fancy. Here is just a small sample of what is awaiting you under the Bazaar tent. Claire Sanders from […]

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Bubble Gum Dress Is Pink Down to the Circuit Board

Anouk about to spray paint  her dress pinkWhile it’s not often talked about, many Makers wait until the last minute to finish their projects. It’s most likely because we are all simply extremely busy and fit making into any, and every, available moment. During MakerCon we caught up with Anouk Wipprecht in the Maker Media Lab, who […]

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New Project: Create Pop-Up Paper Crafts with Interactive Electronics

step17-03Making art projects with paper is fun and accessible for even the littlest of hands. Incorporating electronics into those paper crafts is an educational opportunity to learn about conductivity and circuitry. Project Daffodil is here to introduce you to Princess Cassie, so you can join her on an adventure of electric […]

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