Tipnut collected 16 free tutorials and patterns for iPad and Kindle covers to help you get moving on those handmade gifts for your friend and family. The gadgets are so close in size, you can adapt the patterns to fit just about any similar sized device.
And, if you’re like me and don’t own an iPad or Kindle, Tipnut has provided the exact dimensions for both gadgets. No excuse for procrastinating.
This one is not one of them. I’m more than a little embarrassed when it comes to Mr. Mod’s laptop bag/tech gear/briefcase (pictured above). It’s everything it shouldn’t be. It’s big, bulky and made from black nylon and has a company logo on it. No matter what, he’s just the kind of guy who gravitates to the giveaway bags. (I’m getting knots in my stomach admitting this dreadful secret.) Luckily, I stumbled upon a post on My Life Scoop that features 5 Manly Laptop Bags. Continue Reading
In the middle of three sunny, warm days in Southern California, I checked my email to find a request from a guy over at www.planetgreen.discovery.com to use a photo of my Flaptop Laptop Case posted on Curbly in May. The best part is that Curbly gets a mention in their post. Check it out here to see mine and other recycled laptop cases.