Creative Workshops & Classes in Cabarrus County, NC

February 6, 2019

Looking for activities to fill your craft-urday afternoon?

These creative destinations in Cabarrus County offer DIY arts classes and hands-on workshops that are perfect for an inspired day or a fun night out with friends.

AR Workshop

With an array of home décor workshops to choose from, this boutique DIY studio offers the ideal environment to get crafty. From personalized wood plank signs to spirited holiday-specific décor, AR Workshop is sure to have an option you’ll be interested in. Browse and book online now.

 

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Art Box Studio

Art Box Studio offers a variety of classes from fine art lessons to just-for-fun paint classes. Artists of all ages can hone their craft in acrylics, watercolors, pastels, pen and ink, and mixed media. Art Box Studio also offers Arty Party birthday parties, team building, family reunion fun and more.

 

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Sweetest Beginnings

This sweet stationery and gift shop may be filled with treasures to bring home, but you can also sign up for a class to create your own unique gift. They offer classes on calligraphy, basket weaving, floral watercolor, personalized wood trays and more! See the event page for the latest updates.

 

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The Bead Lady

Love everything that glitters? Head to The Bead Lady in Historic Downtown Concord. This 3,100-square-foot studio offers thousands of beads, begging to be strung. Call for dates of upcoming jewelry classes where you can learn the basics, such as types of beads, and advanced techniques like wire wrapping.

 

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