Thinker, Tinker, Maker is a blog dedicated to the process of designing, constructing, and finishing awesome projects. Given that neither of the authors are in college anymore (HELLZ YES), we occupy our newly established free time with creating, either in our careers or in our leisure. Started in early May 2014, this blog is a journal of our crafting ways, and we look forward to connecting with other creators over every background.

Meet the Authors- Sara & Stefan

Stefan as a Red Shirt (Start Trek) Survivor.
Stefan as a Red Shirt (Start Trek) Survivor.


Mechanical Design Engineer by day,  project juggler by night. General scifi/fantasy enthusiast with a passion for building, tinkering, making, and design.





DIY Plumbob for a quick Halloween costume.
DIY Plumbob for a quick Halloween costume. Click on the picture for instructions.


A Librarian by study, I take enjoyment in organizing information, projects, and events, which is why I tend to create very large Pinterest boards and blog postings. Having studied Art History, and having practiced many art forms, I love to be creative, whether it is with sewing, knitting, paper crafts, costume design, cooking, photography . . well anything.

We now have an Etsy store! Here we can sell our assorted collection of woodworking, laser cutting, costume design and board game inserts.







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  1. I recently received your Imperial Assault inset as a gift and I absolutely love it but I seem to be missing the cover piece for the token box. The way things are cut it seems unlikely that it would be missing but I certainly don’t see it.

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