Sign up for a Love & Make DIY workshop & save 20%

Photo courtesy of Love & Make

Be one of the first 100 people to register for a summer DIY workshop at Love & Make in Rice Village before Friday, July 31, 2020 and save 20%.

Love & Make offers Houstonians and visitors the chance to step outside-of-the-box and make something unique and memorable with friends and colleagues.

Their DIY workshops are interactive, fun, crafting experiences—perfect for team building, date nights, best friends, me-time, birthdays, client appreciation, and more.

Specialized workshops include all the materials and instructions to create custom soaps, soy candles, jewelry, fragrances, bath bombs, and more in a laidback, retro, and fun atmosphere.

In July 2020, Love & Make will also be launching a branded candle line, and offer complimentary products in store and online.

Save 20% on Love & Make’s DIY Workshops

From now through Friday, July 31, 2020, the first 100 people who use the promo code SUMMER2020% will score 20% off any of Love & Make workshop. Click here to browse individual workshops, including dates, pricing, and descriptions.

Hand-crafted DIY soap | Photo courtesy of Love and Make

More About Love & Make

Founded in 2017, Love & Make’s i mission is  to make “casual crafting” more accessible and less intimidating to the broader public. 

Great friends and sisters through marriage, the founders, Bukola and Amara Aigbedion,  regularly tailor their services to a diverse clientele by offering adult classes (where wine or other adult beverages are welcome), corporate events (i.e. team building, client appreciation, holiday parties), and kids parties. They provide both mobile and in-studio workshops.

While specializing in three core crafts (candles, soap and bath bombs), Love & Make also works with other artists and makers from the community to utilize the studio space in Rice Village to teach or sell their own unique crafts.

Click here to learn more about Love & Make.

Summer 2020 Savings at Love & Make DIY Workshop

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