Ten new Makers join Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman to show off their skills; for their first Faster Craft, they make a physical representation of themselves as a food item, and for the Master Craft, they recreate a favorite craft from their youth.
The Makers craft projects for both inside and outside the home by transforming a blank wall into an artistic home installation for the Faster Craft; then, turning a standard mailbox into an eye-catching one with curb appeal for the Master Craft.
For the first time, the Makers will pair up in the Faster Craft to create a coordinated couple's costume. In the Master Craft, they'll each show off their love for a furry friend as they make a house for a special animal in their lives.
The Makers celebrate the holidays with Nick and Amy. First, in the Faster Craft, they will make a wreath out of unconventional materials. In the Master Craft they will build an interactive lawn display, showcasing their favorite holiday.
In the Faster Craft, the Makers are tasked with transforming an ordinary cake from the grocery store into an extraordinary confection using candy and different cake decorating materials. And in the Master Craft, Amy and Nick take the makers to the office when they must decorate a boring cubicle and turn it into an inspirational workspace.
The Makers will create a piggy bank in the form of the very item they are saving for. Then in the Master Craft, they'll tap into their inner child to design a fun and unique bedroom any kid would enjoy.
Makers must transform an ordinary tool shed into a dream destination, a space representing their ideal vacation get-away. It's a good old-fashioned Shed Hack, "Staycation" style.
In the last Faster Craft of the season, the final 3 Makers must create a three-dimensional party invitation that celebrates a unique occasion for a loved one. Then for the Master Craft they'll have to design that exact party. The person who wins will be crowned Master Maker by Nick and Amy.