We are BEYOND excited to bring back our real live in-person jewellery making workshops!

let's make magic together

Whether it’s a birthday, bachelorette, baby shower or just-because, our jewellery making workshops are the perfect way to bring your loved ones together for a special occasion, to laugh, learn a new skill, make some new memories and walk away with special one-of-a-kind pieces made by YOU.

$50 Fee + Materials

on-site workshops


$60 Fee + Materials + Travel costs

off-site workshops


some notes about in-person workshops

  • Total guest number is 10 people maximum.
  • Your instructor will continue to wear a mask and insure safety protocol for your comfort and ours.
  • Workshops fees and packages are non-refundable.
  • If there are extenuating circumstances we can transfer your payment to a later date so long as we have 7 days notice.
  • We do not offer individual package purchases for group workshops. All group workshops must be purchased in one fell swoop, with one transaction, with the fees and materials paid in full (excluding the “Your Design” package in which fees are paid up front and materials can be selected and purchased individually on the day of the workshop.)

  • Please make sure you are following all booking instructions to finalize your workshop!

make lasting memories together


"WONDERFUL! We could not have asked for a better experience! The staff is so kind, knowledgeable and creative - they directed us, were patient and they helped us create pieces of jewellery we loved."

Gabrielle Tieman
Niagara Falls, ON

"Me and my girlfriends has SUCH and amazing time at the workshop here. We were celebrating a bachelorette weekend and loved sharing some memories here. Thanks for making us feel special. & Love your jewelry!!"

Janice D'Sa
Toronto, ON

our little slice of heaven

102 Ossington Avenue
Toronto, ON, M6J 2Z4

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Anice land acknowledgement

We honour acknowledge that the land on which we gather is the traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg, the Haudenosaunee, the Huron-Wendat, and the Missaugaus of the New Credit First Nation. These nations have cared for this land from time immemorial and it remains home to many First Nations, Inuit, and Métis, including urban and non-status Indigenous peoples. This land is subject to the Dish With One Spoon Wampum Belt Covenant - an agreement to peaceably share and care for this land.

As guests on this territory, we understand our role in a colonial history and the responsibilities that come with living and working on stolen land. We acknowledge that there is much we do not know and commit ourselves to the ongoing work of listening, learning and decolonizing.