Nick and Amy get to know a new batch of makers; first in the faster craft, the makers make a toy that represents their personality and who they are; then in the master craft, they create a family portrait that shows off their birth or chosen family.
Nick and Amy embrace the theme of sharing as the Makers create a dozen unique cookies for a cookie swap; the sharing continues as the Makers create a lending library themed to something they would want to share with their own neighbourhood.
Nick and Amy task the Makers with the Mega Craft, the biggest challenge ever. They will convert a regular closet into a completely new room, dedicated to a loved one.
Nick and Amy celebrate the holidays with the Makers. Everyone must create a handmade Halloween costume that incorporates an optical illusion. For the Master Craft, Makers decorate an ordinary fireplace mantel using their favorite holiday as inspiration.
In the Mega Craft, the Makers rejuvenate the curb appeal of a generic house by personalizing the front door and the front porch with unique handmade touches. It's a mad dash to finish as Nick and Amy reveal an added twist at the last minute.
When Nick and Amy clean out their tiny house, the Makers turn some of the trashy items into unique treasures for the Faster Craft. In the Master Craft, the Makers give new life to an old family heirloom by upcycling it into something for their home.
With everyone spending so much time at home lately, Nick and Amy task the makers with making another mega craft - an outdoor space that would be the perfect hangout for the entire family.
The Master Maker is crowned as Nick and Amy task everyone with a "Making It" staple: the Shed Hack; this time, however, the makers get to turn a shed into their own personal happy place.