A craft is not just for Christmas...



The perfect creative Christmas gift experience idea

We all like the sound of creating a truly special Christmas memory. Gathering friends or family together to learn a new skill is a great way to do that. So if you can’t figure out what to give the man or woman in your life, or you’re sick of buying socks for your Dad and smellies for your Mum, look no further than a creative experience! 

CraftCourses.com brings together a talented community of creative tutors all around the UK, offering unforgettable gift experiences for you or your loved ones. We cover a huge range of crafts, locations and budgets and offers the chance to give a memorable and exciting gift, one to stand out among all others under the tree. 


Taking a creative course is a delight for the senses, as well as the mind...the evocative scent of the wood workshop, the feel of the freshly carded merino wool or the light reflected through fused glass. As many in the craft world will testify; making and creating brings happiness.

Have a browse of the new student reviews on this site everyday to know how true this is.

Giving the gift of a craft course means giving a memorable experience; the chance to learn something new, perhaps even trigger a life long passion. And you never know, your parent, partner or friend may decide to make you something in return!

If you’d actually like to receive the gift of a craft course yourself, rather than a woolly reindeer jumper, let your friends and family know and start dropping heavy hints!

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CraftCourses.com gift vouchers can be redeemed against any of the thousands of creative experiences listed on the site, such as pottery, hand spinning, wood turning, quilting, silver clay, macrame, blacksmithing and much more. 

Browse courses now or buy a creative experience voucher for your loved one.


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