2012 Go Ask Mom Made by Mom Gift Guide
We'll be featuring the moms of our 2012 Made by Mom Gift Guide every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from Nov. 18 to Dec. 12. Find out who is on the guide and learn more about these talented local moms!
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Looking for unique Christmas gifts? Go Ask Mom's annual gift guide features a dozen creative local moms and their products - from giant cookies to jewelry to music and more.
First up in our Made by Mom Gift Guide is Kelli Clough, owner of My Lullabug, a line of T-shirts and growth stickers for young children. She's offering Go Ask Mom readers a great deal!
Michelle Stees, owner of Monster Cookies & Cakes, can't just make great cookies and cakes, they have to be giant.
The business, started by a local mom and her husband, features T-shirts with subtle Christian messages on them.
Cary mom's book about a princess who needs glasses has been getting great reviews from blogs across the country.
The Willow Spring-based, husband-and-wife business has created more than 30 games for the iPhone and iPad with millions of downloads. Their latest focus: Educational games for young kids.
Kim Hunter worked in marketing and sales for years, but she's always had a love of cooking. The passion started when she was a child, watching her own mother prepare food for the family.
Laura Browning, a mom of two in Raleigh, is next up in our Made by Mom Gift Guide features. Find out about her passion for sewing and the brightly colored napkins, banners and other pieces she creates.
Julianne Walther, a Cary mom of four and owner of Patchwork Memories, has made some big changes since we featured her in February.
Laura Kelly, a mom of four in Apex, is best known for her stick-like people emblazoned on everything from auto decals, mugs and stationary to address labels, checks and calendars.
Raleigh mom and children's book author Kelly Starling Lyons talks about her new book, out this week, called Tea Cakes for Tosh.
Andie Freeman, a long-time artist, found a new passion about a year ago when she began creating tiny watercolors for necklaces.
From opening for Taylor Swift to motherhood and mommy and me classe, Rissi Palmer's has seen some big changes in the last five years. But now she's coming out with something big of her own - a new children's album.