Upcoming Workshops

Special Thank You

Craft Lake City Workshops are made possible by a generous support from:

Utah Families Foundation

Cake Decorating with Megan Whittaker of Noisette

We are proud to Announce this workshop is SOLD OUT.

The Cake Decorating Workshop presented by Megan Whittaker of Noisette will teach local bakers and food lovers how to design and decorate baked masterpieces. Megan is a Utah-based baker who specializes in creating and decorating macarons, cakes, and custom dessert tables, marshmallows, chocolate, caramels, gluten-free and special diet treats, and more. Check out Megan’s blog, Noisette to see some of the amazing cakes and treats she has made.

Cake Decorating with Megan Whittaker


The Cake Decorating Workshop with Megan Whittaker will take place on November 5th, 2015.

Pre Registration is Required

Upcycled Coasters with Stephanie Coppa of 2nd Hand Coast

The Workshop: Upcycled Coasters with Stephanie Coppa of 2nd Hand Coast will teach DIY’ers and upcyclers how to recycle and reuse a variety of empty beverage labels to make awesome coasters. Stephanie and 2nd Hand Coast strive to help abusers, victims, and families from the affects of alcohol addiction. A portion of their proceeds are donated to organizations that help fund rehabilitation programs for those affected by this disease. Their goal is to spread awareness through the selling of their coasters to every home in America. Check out their Facebook page 2nd Hand Coast to see some of their amazing work.

Photo of Upcycled Coasters with Stephanie Coppa


The Upcycled Coasters with Stephanie Coppa  will take place on December 3rd, 2015.

Pre Registration is Required

NHMU Fall Centerpiece Workshop with Native Floral

Artist Workshop Series


We are Proud to announce this workshop is SOLD OUT.

November’s NHMU Fall Centerpiece Workshop by Craft Lake City will be hosted by Pam Martinson Olson of Native Flower Company. Pam founded Native Flower Company was founded in 2013 and is committed to buying locally grown. They pride themselves on excellent product, unique designs and stellar customer service. Pam will be teaching workshop attendees the art of creating a compelling fall centerpiece.

The workshop will take place on November 4, 2015 at Natural History Museum of Utah.

For this workshop, participants must bring the following things:

-A vessel from home. Approximately 5” diameter and 5” high is ideal. Opaque is best, i.e. wood, ceramic, stone, pottery, etc. Glass is okay but not ideal.

-A pair of scissors and a pair of bypass pruners.

-One or more seasonal items “foraged” from home or field afar, e.g. some feathers, a branch, pine cones, acorns, dried flower bundle, etc.

Pre-registration is required.