Made by Mom Gift Guide
Looking for a unique gift for friends or family? Check out our Made by Mom Gift Guide, featuring unique gifts made by local moms (and a dad).
The mom of one starting knitting as she waited to adopt her daughter from China. The hobby turned into a side business for this working mom, who specializes in knit caps.
Melanie Edwards, creator of Sippy Stuff and babaLABELS, is the next mom to be featured in our Made by Mom Gift Guide.
Sarah Bisher, a mom of three, makes amazing cupcakes, cookies and cakes. And she's on our Made by Mom Gift Guide.
Marianne Smith started making her handmade totes after her husband made an ultimatum about all the fabric she'd been collecting. Find out more about this Cary mom, who is part of our Made by Mom Gift Guide!
Marcia Spencer's passion for creating clothing for young kids exploded with the birth of her daughter a few years ago. Her Small Beans line includes both clothes and shoes for boys and girls.
When Elizabeth Barrick put a hair clip in her newborn daughter's hair, a decision was made and a business was eventually born. Barrick is the owner of Liga Lu's, a line of hair clips and other accessories.
Tracey Gurley researched and began creating natural products to help sooth her newborn daughter's eczema twelve years ago. That research eventually turned into her line of all natural bath and body products.
Amy Smith was looking for a way to supplement her family's income. She also knew she made cookies everybody raved about. The result is Kerrigan's Cookie Shoppe.
Let's just say things have been going really well for Cary Heise, the mom of two, who created the Stay at Home Rock Start T-shirt.
Since we last heard from Karen Campbell of Karen Campbell Creations, she's been busier than ever.
Last spring, as school wound down, this mom-and-daugter duo launched a business selling handmade cards and baby items.
When Lauren Margulies' twins left the neonatal intensive care unit, a nurse told the new mom something she'd never forget and would be an inspiration for her product called Touchy Tags.
Nick Morgan, the father of two in Chapel Hill, created shirts with detailed renderings of trains and other vehicles when his older son asked for "trains without faces."