Do you feel your fingers itching and want to start crafting? Then we have the ideal courses and workshops for you! Our teachers will explain step by step how you can convert your creativity into super fun and original works. Nice as a gift or for yourself!

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Jewelry Designer

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Crafted and locally produced items are selling better and better. If you decide to turn your hobby into your profession, there is certainly a market for successful sales. There are always other creative people who want to follow a workshop and learn more.

As a potter and ceramics painter I notice an increasing interest in my work. I am happy to give visitors to my studio a word about the creation process and the materials used. Moreover, many customers show an interest in working with clay themselves. I don't give workshops, but there is clearly a market for it. - employerSpeaks



More and more people are buying locally and consciously, and they are willing to pay a whole lot more for it. Homemade jewelry, for example, is hipper than hip, unique and completely tailored to your needs. The same goes for interior decoration, greeting cards, ceramics ... We're increasingly ignoring the chains and shopping around the corner. There we can find out more easily how products are produced, where the raw materials come from and who has worked on them.

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The often artisan aspect of homemade stuff has long ceased to be in stark contrast to online sales. Through websites like Etsy you can find producers from all over the world exhibiting and selling their original creations. In this way they reach a wider target audience and boost their sales.

I took the glass gardening course last year, purely out of interest. It was a very nice workshop with a fantastic teacher. I continued working on it at home and I gave dozens of homemade gardens as gifts to friends and family. My best friend even gave me the idea to sell them online. I followed her advice and I can barely keep up with the demand! - exStudentSpeaking

Thomas Verlinden
Thomas Verlinden


These DIY courses are becoming more and more popular; the motivation to create things yourself is great! Most students see it as a fun hobby that they can continue at home. However, we also see a growing number of people who want to make a living with it and make it their profession. That is certainly possible!


  • Who buys something from a do-it-yourselfer knows who they are spending their money on. You won't pump money into the big multinationals, but you support honest, hard workers.
  • You can get more explanation for each piece from the creator himself. You buy stuff with a story.
  • In search of something made to last? Then it's best not to look in the big chains. Local producers make stuff from rock solid material and often even offer free repair services.