It’s the perfect opportunity to order the parts for your next project and save money at the same time!
It's already started and you can see all sale the items here: tindie.com/sale
Also, follow us on Twitter for more Sale highlights and discount codes @tindie.
The sale highlights some of the best maker made devices, breakout boards and shields from our community. You will find unique electronics that you’ll not find on any other sites. And, when you buy on Tindie you’re supporting a community of independent inventors and tinkerers.
And if you're a Tindie seller, it's not too late to add your your items and join the biggest Tindie Sale event of the year (details on how to here).
Have a LED idea, but worried about coding the animations? You could use the PixelBlaze which makes it quick to write new patterns with its highly optimized expression engine. Alternatively, the AllPixel mini LED controller doesn't even require soldering to use.
Looking to add blink or something more complex to your outfits? Add LEDs to your festive frocks or make Rudolph's nose glow brighter when you hug Aunt Rose with FyberLab's Flex Modules. You can also make smaller baubles and ornaments as decorations or gifts. Design your own or use kits. You can find snowflake, blinking star and IoT ornament kits ready to go on Tindie.
Still not sure what to make? Hackaday's Christmas archive has plenty of bright ideas for you. Whatever you decide to do there are many things on Tindie that can help you spread interactive cheer, and delight friends and family.
We love to hear about your projects. Share them with us on Twitter, Facebook, Hackaday.io or email details to us firstname.lastname@example.org. If we feature your project on the Tindie Blog we'll send out a festive goodie bag to you.
Tindie will have a booth in the Maker Pavilion, in Zone 3, Booth 3121.
We're looking for sellers who would like to stop by for an hour or so on Saturday or Sunday to demo their products or a project they've made. We'd also love to see projects made with Tindie parts from the community.
If you're interested, let us know ASAP at email@example.com so we can arrange passes.
We're doing it again! This week's #Hack Chat is Making Electronics for Education this Friday July 21.
Honored to have AnnMarie Thomas, creator of Squishy Circuits and director of the Playful Learning Lab, as our guest. This will be a great one for @Tindie Sellers who are creating hardware or kits for education or are thinking about it.