You want to share your creativity with others
The idea of inspiring people to create lights you up. You want others to experience the satisfaction that making brings.
It’s time to start teaching, connecting with others, and spreading the joy of creativity. But where do you begin?
I’m dedicating this section of my website to craft instructors. I’m sharing it all with you. My years of experience in my own craft workshop business. My learnings from great classes and even the #pinterestfails.
Read on to find the information you need to take your craft instructing to the next level.
When teaching a workshop there are a lot of costs to consider, but the venue you teach from doesn’t need to be one of them. I have taught hundreds of workshops at local bars and restaurants, and other interesting venues without paying them a cent. Here’s how you can...
I started Pop Craft without having the overhead of a studio that I owned which was a wonderful way for me to test out the concept without a ton of investment. Since that’s how I started my model, I found that many people who came to my workshops preferred the local...
The Instructor’s Why I started Pop Craft with the desire to help people express their creativity, to experience that “ah-ha” moment when they realized that they’re capabilities just grew, and the feeling of pride when they gaze upon their handiwork. The cool...