Get crafty this year with a slew of creative classes and workshops at Stifft Station Gifts. Led by Arkansas artisans, the classes cover the basics of jewelry making, macrame, cross-stitch and pressed flower arrangements.

Here's a rundown of the upcoming classes:

 

Jewelry Making

Jan. 26 / $30

Jewelry designer Stacey Bowers of Bang-Up Betty will help you make your very own retro-inspired charm bracelet. Stacey will provide the funky charms and show you the basic skills to create a silver or gold bracelet (examples pictured above). 

Supplies, charms, tools, snacks and refreshments will be provided. If you have charms of your own you want to add to your bracelet, feel free to bring them along. Click here for more info.

 

Macrame

Feb. 23 / $45

Amy Darragh of Creative Cords Macrame will teach you how to make a plant hangar just in time for spring planting. Participants will learn three basic macrame knots that will enable them to make their own plant hanger. All materials will be provided, and no previous macrame experience is necessary. Click here for more info.

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Cross-stitch

March 15 / $62

Learn the basics of cross-stitch with cross-stitch extraordinaire Deb King known for her outrageous and unexpected designs at allNstitch. Deb is coming all the way from northwest Arkansas to Little Rock to teach this class on March 15.

Participants will be able to choose from a couple of funny designs to work with that are good for learning the basics of cross-stitch. Deb will provide all the supplies, and no previous cross-stitch experience is necessary. Click here for more info.

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Pressed Flower Arrangement

April 19 / $62

Do you love wildflowers and making things yourself? Join Erin Pierce, the artist behind Organized Chaos Collection, for a spring workshop where participants will get to make their own pressed flower arrangement using Arkansas wildflowers. Erin will provide each attendee with a collection of pressed and ready flowers from her adventures around The Natural State.

A frame and all the necessary tools will come included in the class fee. Participants will use a variety of flowers to construct a visually attractive arrangement that will look striking in the frame. Click here for more info.

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All classes will be held at Stifft Station Gifts, located at 3009 W. Markham St. Stifft Station Gifts is home to seven rooms filled with gifts, including lots of Arkansas-made products for those who like to shop local. For more info, head to Stifft Station's website or follow along on Facebook and Instagram