2011 Go Ask Mom Made by Mom Gift Guide
Meet the moms of our 2011 Go Ask Mom Made by Mom Gift Guide!
As you finish up your own Christmas shopping, please consider supporting these local moms. Happy Holidays!
A print making class at Pullen Art Center in Raleigh a few years ago eventually sparked the beginnings of Kelly Smith-Tilly's screen printing business Tiny Peepers. Meet the first mom in our Made by Mom Gift Guide.
Jan Campana, a north Raleigh mom who began bottling her barbecue sauce last year, has been racking up the awards and good reviews. Discount offered for Go Ask Mom readers!
What's quilter Bea Lee been up to since we last heard from her in March? Quilting, of course!
Kelly Shiley's need for daily inspiration has grown into ScriptureArt. Find out what she's been up to since her Go Ask Mom feature in July.
Shallyse Gastelum, a mom of two, started taking pictures as a high schooler. As an adult, she made it her business.
Since Go Ask Mom last featured Little Inspirations Jewelry in January, owner and creator Melinda Hawkins said business has doubled.
Almost five years ago, Michelle Lyon turned some scraps of old chenille into a booming business making stuffed animals. Lyon, a mom of three in Raleigh, is next up in our Made by Mom Gift Guide.
Tracy Turney of Redhanded Design Studio in Apex is next up in our Made by Mom Gift Guide.
Misty Dupree, a mom of five in Durham, started DuckyStuff after seeing people's reaction to the tiny outfits she made for her daughter, born at 27 weeks.
Mary Kruger and her twin sister Tracy didn't start sewing until about five years ago when they both happened to get sewing machines for Christmas. That interest eventually turned into a business called Pear.
It's not unusual to find Kristin Sydow pouring over outdated encyclopedias and decades-old children's books with scissors in hand.
Becky Wofford figured jewelry making would just be a hobby until she took a metalsmithing class. Becky Wofford Jewelry was born.