“Y’All Thready for This?” Making It is premiering it’s second season this month. It’s our FAVORITE reality show on TV and we want to share it with you! Eight makers across all different areas of crafting compete in a friendly challenge each week. Until the final week, when one crafter is named the Master Maker. The entire vibe of the show is setup right from the get go when the hosts describe the prize: “The Master Maker will win $100,000 in cash, but we’re not making a big deal about the cash, as the real prize is a job well done”
Making It will have you laughing out loud as Nick Offerman and Amy Poehler encourage and guide the contestants with their unique brand of humor. Plus SEW many puns. Nothing about this show is cutthroat as all the crafters seem to be just as amazed by their fellow contestants crafting abilities as you will be.
The show premieres at 9 pm on Monday night. We know most of you would rather be in your PJs at home by 9 pm, so we’re going to wait and host our premier party on Tuesday night. We know it will be challenging, but hopefully you can put of the delight of viewing this show a day and join us on Tuesday, December 3 at 7 pm for a premier party.
Of course Making It will be on the TV, but we’ve also got other great activities to embrace the Making It spirit. We’ll have a Bingo game to play during the show where you’ll cover up a square for things like hearing Nick giggle or seeing someone run with scissors. Pretend you're a star on the show and compete in our own Faster Craft Challenge. The supply closet will open at 6:30 pm to start your craft and you’ll have until the end of the show to complete the challenge. Your fellow contestants will vote on their favorite and the winner will receive a $25 Rae-Bon Gift Card.
We don’t want to spoil all our plans as there has got to be a few surprises, but trust us this is an event you don’t want to miss! The cost is $10 to join in all the fun. Please RSVP so we can save your seat!
We’ll bring the snacks; you bring you’re favorite nonalcoholic beverage and