Looking to unleash your creativity during your free time? Singapore offers a plethora of captivating craft classes that cater to all skill levels and ages. Whether you’re eager to refine an existing craft or embark on an entirely new artistic journey, this diverse selection has something perfect for you. Explore a wide range of options designed for both children and adults, making it easier than ever to dive into the world of crafting and discover your passion.
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Want to learn how to mould clay into amazing ceramics? Why not sign up for classes at Arudio Ceramic? Their friendly and patient instructors will teach you not only the basics, but also how to shape, trim and glaze your ceramic pieces to perfection. The upside of attending pottery classes as a family is that you can all create your own special set of ceramics to use at home, making it extra special. It's also fun to shape and experiment with clay, and the excitement of receiving your end product after it's out of the kiln is always a wonderful feeling. The minimum age for kids is 12 years old.
Arudio Ceramic, Multiple Locations, www.arudioceramic.com
There are so many different kinds of craft classes available at Beadbadwolf, but the most prominent one is probably her embroidery classes. You can learn how to embroider on hats, necklaces, shoes, clothes and more. There's even a miniature embroidery class - perfect if you're into tiny patterns. Besides embroidery, you can also opt for other workshops like tufting and weaving. With such a wide variety of classes available here, you'll never be bored! Do note that most of the classes are only available upon request.
Beadbadwolf, Waterloo St, #155, Singapore 187962, www.beadbadwolf.com
Are you a cheese lover? Why not personalize and make your own cheeseboard? Here, you'll be learning techniques like cutting and finishing, creating a simple but functional piece of woodwork. There are dozens of designs you can choose from, so you can make a cheese board that you truly desire. Although it sounds like a tough project, no prior experience is actually needed, so beginners can sign up as well! Do note that children have to be at least 16 years old for regular classes, and between 13-15 years old for the instructor-aided classes.
Tombalek, Blk B, #10-22, 7 Mandai Link, www.tombalek.com
If you have a love for penning letters or writing cards, maybe a modern calligraphy workshop might be right up your alley. At The Workroom, you'll not only get to learn the skill, but will also be introduced to the tools and start from the basics. Lessons start with writing the alphabet, before progressing to composing your favorite quote as a graduating piece. This is an amazing skill to have in the long term, and you can have fun with it whenever you wish to write cards or letters to loved ones during special occasions. You're also in good hands because the skilled instructors at The Workroom have a decade of teaching experience.
The Workroom, Multiple Locations, www.theworkroom.sg
There are so many amazing things you can do with resin, and you can start here with Resin Play! You can learn resin art pouring, make yourself a resin cheeseboard, or create a beautiful seascape trinket tray using resin. There are even mould making and resin casting workshops, as well as resin jewelry masterclasses. If you're into resin, there is so much you can learn here! Most of their classes are also kid-friendly, and fall under two categories: workshops for kids aged 7 years old and above as well as workshops for kids aged 10 years old and above. Full details available on their website.
Resin Play, 37 Beach Rd, #02-02, Singapore 189678, www.resinplay.sg
If you adore leather accessories, why not make your own? At Crafune, they have a wide array of hands-on leather crafting workshops, and you can make anything from cardholders and passport holders to watch straps and pencil cases. They also have classes that teach you how to make different types of wallets and bags, so there really is a lot to learn! Just imagine how nice it'll feel to use or carry out your own handmade leather goods!
Crafune, 38 Haji Ln, #02-01, Singapore 189231, www.crafune.com
Another kid-friendly workshop space to add to the list! At Sage Artelier, there are so many different types of workshops available, and more than a handful of them are kid-friendly. For example, they've got air dry clay workshops, sock plushie workshops, resin workshops, and even Bearbrick workshops. Even if the family attends one workshop per weekend, you'll still be able to spend months learning all the different craft skills available here at Sage Artelier! Many of them are adorable as well - just imagine, they've even got a gumball machine workshop that kids will definitely squeal over when they see the giant gumball machine as an end product.
Sage Artelier, 6 Sin Ming Road #01-16 Sin Ming Plaza, 575585, www.sageartelier.com
Do the kids love to play in the tub at home? Why not make bath bombs for them so that they can enjoy? Even better, why not learn how to make them together at Bath Bomb Flings, where they have parent-kid classes for making bath bombs. Here, you'll be able to make your very own bath bomb from scratch, and the little ones can also experience sensory play with their array of colorful and fragrant ingredients. You'll get to choose what goes into your bath bomb, including its shape, colors and even scent. Sounds amazing, doesn't it?
Bath Bomb Flings, 1 Ubi View, #01-22, Singapore 408555, www.bathbombflings.com
Although they're called Concrete Everything, you can learn more than just concrete-related crafts here. For starters, they have Jesmonite and Marble coaster workshops, as well as terazzo and soy candle workshops. Of course, there are a variety of concrete-related classes as well, such as concrete planter and concrete desk lamp workshops, all which aid you in producing a beautiful end product that's perfect for your home. Most of the workshops here are related to homeware, so it's really suitable if you're looking to jazz up your home with new decor and knick knacks.
Concrete Everything, 37 Jln Pemimpin, #03-08 MAPEX Building, Singapore 577177, www.concrete-everything.com
Have you been looking for a new rug for your home, but just can't seem to find something that suits your fancy? Why not just make your own! At Hueplay Studio, you get to not only design your own rug - yes, fully customized since you'll be drawing the design yourself, but you'll also be tufting it from start to end! This allows you to decide on the colors and types of tufting methods you'd like to use for each part of your rug, allowing you an entirely customized experience. The instructors at Hueplay Studio will be teaching you the techniques and assisting along the way as you have fun creating your very own masterpiece.
Hueplay Studio, 77 Kampong Bahru Rd, #02-01, Singapore 169376, www.hueplaystudio.com
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