Make & Take Workshops

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Make & Take Workshops eBook

Readers will learn how to transform your craft into a profitable business via workshops.

Product Includes 2 Downloads, Workshop Book and the Printable Workbook.

This resource is loaded with learning, beginning with:

  • 8 chapters and 47 pages.
  • Go from crafter to teaching your craft.
  • Choose the right workshop location.
  • How to set up, instruct and market your own workshop.
SKU: B03 Category:

Description

Important Download Details >> This eBook comes with two files, the eBook and Printable Workbook. Receive both in customer checkout at Order Received, click the purple button or buttons on the invoice and your products will automatically download.


 

I started teaching Make & Take Workshops 5 years ago and the journey was fantastic. It occurred to me; other crafters could benefit from what I learned.

These classes included all age groups and we focused on building, painting and stenciling wood kits I designed.

This experience led me to writing a book, where I share how to create your own workshop.

Crafters or anyone with a special skill can use this resource to help transform your talent into a profitable business.

The book is easy to understand and the attached workbook outlines the most important details.

You don’t need a brick and mortar location to offer workshops. What you need is the guidance and steps from someone who has already accomplished this.

 

 


What others are saying…

I read your ebook and looked over your workbook and I absolutely loved this! It was a great read and you really left no stone un-turned as far as details went. You even went into detail about how to price the classes which was a great tip! I would have NEVER thought of it that way!

You even go into affiliates and how to make some extra cash. The ebook was so helpful and insightful that I feel confident enough to go and start brainstorming my first class right now!

That workbook is also super helpful because I don’t even have to think about if I am remembering everything. You’ve covered it all!

Erika – Cutting Edge Stencils

 

Carole West’s new book “Make and Take Workshops” is the perfect guide for anyone who loves creating and working with people. Many people enjoy going to a friendly place to create something beautiful for their homes or to use as gifts. You can find wine and painting parties in many cities across the US. Why not expand this to other types of creative pursuits?

Carole’s book shows her journey doing just that. She teaches how to take your favorite medium and use it to host workshops for others who want to learn or just get out for a fun afternoon or evening. Plus she gives you everything you need including an extensive workbook to turn this activity into a fun hobby, side hustle or a rewarding career.

Patti – Hearth and Vine

 

“Carole’s’ latest book, “Make and Take Workshops is an invaluable resource for anyone thinking about taking their talents and skills to a whole new level. In this step by step guide, Carole walks you through each and every aspect of how to start a profitable business and shares her own personal experience as a successful entrepreneur. Whether it’s tips on teaching, organization, marketing or ideas, and inspiration just to get you started, this book has it covered. Carole even provides a follow-along workbook so you can start putting your business plan into action right away!

Christine – CD’s Country Living

 

Make & Take Workshopsteps you through the process of turning your craft into a source of income by teaching all the steps needed from start to finish. From planning and background work to marketing and in-class tips for success, all the groundwork has been laid; all you’ll need to do is add your own personal details for your specific craft.

The accompanying workbook provides actionable steps for each chapter so you can begin setting up your business plan from the very first chapter. If you’ve got a craft passion and want to earn an income by teaching others how to do it, Make & Take Workshops is for you.

Karen – To Work with My Hands