Last month, we introduced you to three Dremel Mission Makers: Jamison Rantz of the Rogue Engineer, Amy Bell of the Positively Splendid and Amy Stringer-Mowat of American Heirloom. Together with the Dremel brand we're rolling up our sleeves and on a Mission To Make, and we'll be bringing you inspirational projects, helpful how-to's and taking you behind the scenes and across the country to three Maker events this year.
This month, we’re adding one more Maker to the mix. Clint Harp of “Fixer Upper” and “Wood Work,” is helping to launch the brand’s Mission to Make. Dremel has teamed up with the famed Waco, Texas woodworker to encourage those on the sidelines to realize anyone can be a Maker.
Our first event is at the Haven Conference in Atlanta, Georgia where Clint will join with Mission Maker Jamison of Rogue Engineer to encourage our growing community of Makers on this journey.
“I want to inspire people to try something new, to tackle an idea they’ve seen or to dream up something new entirely and share it with the world,” said Harp. “There’s no doubt we’re seeing a renaissance. People are getting back to their roots and working with their hands to create.”
Dremel is the first tool company the celebrity woodworker has partnered with since his projects like attention-grabbing tables and elaborate doors began gracing the airwaves a few short years ago.
“Dremel believes anyone can be a Maker, and when I look at the world, all I see is possibility,” said Harp. “We can all wake up and do that thing that seems impossible. We can try. It’s not about the project. It’s about so much more.”
Since 1932, Dremel has powered Makers by producing ingenious tools, applications and accessories to meet their ever-evolving needs. To track the Dremel brand’s Mission to Make, use the hashtag #MissiontoMake or follow the Dremel brand’s social properties via Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.