Welcome to my Tomboy Tools web site! I can remember as a little girl watching my Papa work in his garage. My Papa could fix anything. No matter what it was, he could fix it. He was the neighborhood handy man. I believe growing up watching my Papa fix things instilled a love for creativity and power tools in me. I can also remember when I was a small child, my Grandma giving me a broken clock to play with. I took it apart and put it back together. Miraculously it started working. I think at that moment is when I began to realize I could actually fix things. I'm sure it was a freak accident that the clock started working but as a child I was thrilled. My confidence was boosted. I began to build things and take things apart. I built my Mom a shadowbox along with many, many other projects. I remember once when I was in high school, I built a doghouse in the middle of our driveway. I made the floor solid out of 2x4 lumber. It was so heavy that mom and I couldn't budge it. Boy was I in a pickle then. Several years and several pets later when the roof and walls caved in on that old doghouse, the floor was still there. One of the last projects I remember working on with my Papa, when he was in his late eighties, was building a dog pen by headlights when I bought my first home and wanted my dogs to be able to stay there the first night with me. I will never forget the things I learned from him.
I have never been afraid of power tools are building things. However, early in life I discovered the importance of safety. After a few minor accidents like; long hair wound up in a wire wheel on a drill, skinned fingers from playing with a table top grinder and my big brother turning it on and getting my fingers sucked up under the wheel, and last but not least, I learned that you should always make sure to run a skill saw on a steady secure work surface. A five gallon bucket can easily tip over allowing the skill saw to hit your leg. (Thank God it was only a minor scrape)
Some time in my early adulthood, my Papa gave me my first level. I still have it today. It is one of my prized possessions. I have added tools to my collection over the years, but they always seem to grow legs and walk away. That was until I discovered pink Tomboy Tools. Through experience I have learned that with the right tools a GIRL can fix anything. If this sounds like you, or you would like to learn to fix things, learn to be more confident with tools, or just need a great gift idea for that special girl in your life, then you have found the best place to learn how to do basic home improvement and maintenance projects, with quality tools that are more ergonomically designed and made for smaller hands, all from the comfort of your home.
Or, if your goal is to start your own business, earn extra income and make your own hours, you can do all this while having fun as you help women become confident and competent homeowners. You can host Tool Parties, help woman shop for tools that work for them from your website, and inspire woman to make a career with Tomboy Tools. The opportunities are endless.
Sounds great, doesn’t it? It is! And I can help you achieve it. Contact me and ask me how you too can join the Tomboy tools team! I look forward to hearing from you.
Picture Perfect Level
This unique tool creates efficient and precise measuring and saves time. Our Picture Perfect Level is 26" and features adjustable marking brackets and is great for hanging multiple pictures, towel racks, and cabinetry hardware.
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