Making a Maker
Making a Maker
Making A Maker introduces us to the eight talented Makers from across the country who were hand-picked to get crafty on NBC's new show "Making It," hosted by Amy Poehler & Nick Offerman. "Making It" celebrates the creativity and craftiness in all of us, and in this new digital series, we take a deep dive into each of these special Makers' lives. We’ll learn more about who they are, what inspires them creatively, where their love for making things originated, and unexpected insights into their passions, failures and successes as they embark on the creative challenge of a lifetime. "Making It" airs every Tuesday behind "America’s Got Talent," beginning July 31st at 10pm ET / 9pm CT.
Artists. Innovators. Problem solvers. Tastemakers. Meet 16 brilliant creatives who boldly push boundaries and challenge the status quo, inspiring others to follow their hearts and pursue their passions.
Anyone can make show-stopping party decor on a budget! All you need is an idea, some creativity, and a little elbow grease. In this class, a companion to our series "Bring the Party," DIY'er extraordinaire Kristen Johnson shows you how to create unforgettable scenes for your next affair.
10Acious is a high-energy, heart-pumping series that gets you stronger and leaner in just 10 minutes. Designed by trainer Nicky Holender, each workout has a fast warm-up and cool-down, with six challenging exercises performed for 45 highly intense seconds. Stack these workouts for a longer session, or do one alone for a fast, effective burn. This one's definitely a 10.
Simon Doonan is an author, tastemaker and judge on NBC's Making It .
Do you ever feel like you can't possibly hang another frame in your house? The next time you want to display a special photo, think outside the box and inside the hoop! Transfer the image to fabric, hoop it up and add three-dimensional details with a little embroidery floss.
An appliqué design is kind of like the cherry on top of a sundae: a tasty add-on that makes your project extra special. The trouble is (we're not gonna lie here), some forms of appliqué take quite a bit of skill and practice to master. But not this one! The raw-edge appliqué method is incredibly beginner-friendly, and the perfect way to try your hand and this decorative technique.