Craft Classes: Dare To Be Creative

Spring, Summer, Fall & Winter: People love to do crafts and it’s a great way to keep the kids busy during down time at home. From scrapbooking to painting and jewelry making there is plenty to choose from. If you are looking for craft classes a great place to start is your local adult education program at your area high school. There is usually a good selection that can be found and the prices are always very reasonable. Another place to check out is your local craft supply shops like Michaels. Often they will have a schedule available and classes range from wreath making and flower arranging to beading classes and jewelry making. The great thing about these classes are they are held on site and all the supplies you need can be found right in the store. If you are looking for more formalized craft classes the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts on Deer Isle offers a full range of craft classes using formats from clay, glass and wood to blacksmithing classes. They offer a wide variety of on-going hands on workshops to more intense 2 week training sessions and the best part is you don’t have to be an artist or have any artistic background to attend this school. Craft classes are not hard to find it just depends on what you are looking for. Consider taking a craft class, you could be opening the door to a whole new hobby and world of enjoyment for yourself.