With the cold weather approaching, you might be considering adding some new activities to your downtime. Staying creative and fulfilled in the great indoors over winter can be tough, so we’ve rounded up some of the best workshops Toronto has to offer this holiday season. At all of these workshops, you’ll create a one of a kind piece for yourself or as a gift for someone special. Grab your friends, enjoy a glass of wine and learn a new crafting skill from some of the city’s finest creatives.
Brika is hosting a slew of Holiday workshops at Yorkdale mall between now and December 9th. Our pick is the Signature Scents workshop with Natasha Rey of Maison Apothecare. Tickets range from $65-95 each.
Le Dolci, 1006 Dundas St W.
On Dec 1st, learn to create a stunning holiday wreath for your door while enjoying wine, treats and 90s girl pop. Craft and network with other like minded cool kids and take home a gorgeous, funky wreath. Tickets are $95.
Want a perfect holiday wreath for your door? The final #TOCraftNight in our fall winter series is coming up at @ledolci on Dec 1. Get your ticket by clicking the link in my profile. And use INSTACRAFT15 to save 15% off! See you there 🙂 #crafts #makersgonnamake #lovebylynziewreath #holiday #christmaswreath Thanks to @scarletoneill for the pic! #bemakeful
Coriander Girl, 1604 Queen Street W.
Use fresh winter foliage to create a half moon wreath, a door swag, or a centrepiece. Plus, drink spiked cider to keep you warm. Tickets range from $80-150.