Miniature Makers' Workshop is proud to offer a wide variety on hands-on classes for all your miniature projects. To register for class and pay by credit card, please call the store at (248) 549-0633.

REGISTRATION/REFUNDS: We recommend signing up as soon as possible since classes fill up quickly. Teacher's designate, with regard to each class, a minimum and maximum number of students.  We must receive payment for classes when you sign up.  Students who have not included payment with registration risk losing their space and/or may not have materials for the project.  Teachers put a lot of time into prep work and purchase the needed supplies based on the number of students enrolled.  Of course you may register up to the day of the class if space and supplies allow. Click here to print out a class registration form.

Class fees are not transferable and are refundable only if the class is cancelled or we are notified at least two (2) weeks prior to the class date that you are unable to attend.  We have found it necessary to establish these policies out of fairness to everyone.  Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

TOOLS AND SUPPLIES REMINDER: Ask for a list of tools and supplies for each class when you register.  Most supplies are available for purchase at Miniature Makers' Workshop.  

YOUTH APPROPRIATE CLASSES: Note that we have raised the minimum age to attend regular classes to 12 years old (unless specified as a "youth appropriate" class when the age will be determined by the instructor).  We may also require the student to be accompanied by an adult who is registered to take the class.  Some classes may not be appropriate - please ask prior to registering a minor.

LUNCH INFORMATION: For students taking all day classes there is not a lot of time (30 min) to leave the building for lunch. There is a Subway right across Woodward and a Firehouse Subs 2 blocks north. Both have subs, salads, sides and drinks. We have current menus on hand. You are welcome to carry something in with you, or "brown bag" it. We have a microwave and a small refrigerator/freezer if needed.

KEEP US UPDATED: Please update your information with us whenever it changes so we can keep our data base current.. We never share your e-mail address, your name,  phone number or personal information with anyone.


We hope you enjoy our exciting line-up of classes this fall. Some provide lovely dollhouse accessories, others provide "how-to" information, and, with the holiday season coming up, classes with Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas themes are provided. To register for class and pay by credit card, please call the store at (248) 549-0633. You can also pay by check and mail in your class registration form.  


Instructor: Heddy Worden

Wednesday, October 25th 2017 6:00pm to 8:00pm $38

This whimsical doll would be the perfect holiday greeter welcoming guests to your dollhouse. In her hands she is holding a beautiful Christmas cake. The doll is secured to a pedestal, stand 5.5" tall and is made from a wooden clothespin. She features a cotton and lace dress, painted face and poseable arms. The cake is sculpted from ploymer clay. As an alternative, the doll can be done as an ornament for your actual Christmas tree. It also makes a great hostess gift. NOTE: This class is open to children 12 years old and up with parental permission.


Instructor: Jeanne Cook

Saturday, October 28th 2017 10:30am - 12:30pm $28

Halloween is just around the corner. Lean to create this "frightful", adorable Frankenstein cake from ploymer clay in shades of green, yellow, orange, purple, etc. The cake is displayed on a pedestal, which you will also make, and a slice is partially removed, ready-to-serve. YUM!! NOTE: This class is open to children 12 years old and up with parental permission.


Instructor: Jeanne Cook

Saturday, October 28th 2017 1:00pm - 4:30pm $32

Just in time for Thanksgiving, learn to make this great serving set from ploymer clay. You will also make colorful harvest vegetables such as carrots, corn and more, displayed on a cutting board, to be prepard for the stew that will fill the pumpkin tureen and matching bowls. This makes a beautiful fall display.


Instructor: Wilhelmina Secumski

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1st, 2017 6:00pm - 8:00pm $39

Learn to weave this charming toy cart. It is the perfect accessory for your dollhouse nursery or child's room. The cart can be done in white or tan, with or without beads. It will be finished in class with brush on paint or stain and water base varnish. Once dry, it will be ready to fill with an assortment of delightful toys, stuffed animals and story books (not included).


Instructor: Carole Sussex

Wednesday, November 8th, 2017 6:00pm - 8:00pm $32

Receive valuable information on ways to complete the interior and exterior of your dollhouse. This lecture covers clapboard siding, brick or stone work, wallpapering, carpeting, tile and wood floors. Many helpful hints are provided to help you to finish your project step-by-step and save time. Easy to follow written instructions are included.


Instructor: Vicky Sanfield

Saturday, November 11th, 2017 12:30pm - 4:30 pm $45

Students will get practice in using the copper foil tape method for wiring a dollhouse, while working on a sample board to take home for future reference. Soldering, attaching lights and changing plugs will be included. Learn about a new way of wiring dollhouses using LED's. This class is loaded with pratical information you will not find in a book.


Instructor: Wilhelmina Secumski

Wednesday, November 15th, 2017 6:00PM - 8:00pm $39

This colorful sled is three inches long and carries three festive packages. These are topped with evergreen boughs, tiny pine cones, and bells adorned with red ribbon bows and streamers. Students will wrap the gifts, assemble the evergreen boughs and put everything together on the sled, which will have a striped cord attached. It is ready to place in a holiday dollhouse setting or can be used as a Christmas ornament to decorate a full size tree.


Instructor: Carrie Stroup

Wednesday, Novemeber 29th, 201 6:00pm - 8:00pm $24

Learn to make these lovely pillows with a weaving technique using silk ribbon. Once the pillows are assembled and stuffed, the edges are trimmed with bunca for the finished look. There is a selection of colors: light and dark ecru, white, light and dark blue, peach and rose. Two pillows will be complete in class.

Samples of class projects will be available to view at the store very soon and photos of the class projects will be posted on our website.

Suppies Lists will be e-mailed upon registration.