It's been a long time since my last post, and I am still behind on posting projects and tutorials on my other blogs. I've had a super busy summer. I worked on some curriculum design and lots of fun projects! I have also started writing a book with my own curriculum, and I promise (super super promise) that I will post more details on these projects throughout October.
Honesty time, I am super new to blogging. I am still trying to figure out my own bugs and making a schedule and sticking to it for posting content. I work on a lot of big projects and I want to get into more video content in the future. A lot of the time, I am reading and learning new things. This isn't always interesting to hear about, but it is super important in order for me to do the fun things and fun projects that I do all of the time.
Coming up, I am a maker at Greater Hartford Mini Maker Faire in October of 2017.
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Today a new guide is up on Maker411! This guide is something I wrote this summer to talk about starting off with electronics. It lists a bunch of my favorite circuit boards that I use all the time, plus it includes the 3D printer that I use! Take some time and check it out! It's definitely worth the read.
Hey Makers! It's Memorial Day weekend and I have some updates for you guys.
First things first, school's out for summer. This means that I have a lot more time to work on my own projects like my business Sparks to Sparkles, and some electronics projects. For starters, I am working on sewing my own skirt right now that will light up with wearable electronics. More on this project soon.
The Healthy Planter project that I was working on was finished. It didn't work great, but it did work well enough for proof of concept. I will be posting a full guide with details on how I made the planter and the results of using it in the coming days.
All of the project that I work on this summer will have full guides made for them as well. Stay tuned. This is shaping up to be an awesome summer for making.
Never stop making!
Rebecca the Maker