MakerSpace Studio Director

Catherine Chambers

B.A., M.Ed., MT(c), is our studio director at Let's Make It. She is an organizational learning practitioner with experience in a number of industries and sectors, including: education (university, college, secondary school and early childhood education), technology, financial services, chemical, food services, professional services, and social assistance and employment. Catherine facilitates workshops in Canada and the United States on a variety of topics. Her interests in sustainability and community development have been demonstrated through her work on projects in more than 30 municipalities and First Nations communities across Ontario and New Brunswick.

Catherine is presently researching the emergence of MakerSpaces in primary and secondary schools in Canada, the United States, and the UK. She is focusing on entrepreneurship and equity issues.


The Maker Movement

What is the Maker Movement?

There was a time in our history when handmade craftsmanship carried its own value. People contributed to their communities as weavers, carvers, growers, brewers and more. Goods were made and bartered with, and pride of usefulness mattered. With the industrial age, goods were able to be made faster and more cheaply. As a result, the way people valued themselves declined.

Now, with the recent economic downturn and the growing concern about environmental sustainability, we are embracing a new age of commerce—the Maker Movement.

Constructivism in a social environment

According to Wikipedia, the “‘Maker Culture’ emphasizes learning-through-doing (constructivism) in a social environment. Maker culture emphasizes informal, networked, peer-led, and shared learning motivated by fun and self-fulfillment.”

Remembering the thrill of handmade projects

We started Let’s Make It in this spirit. As a society, we are moving away from mass production to genuine appreciation of unique, one-of-a kind items. We are passionate about learning, building community and respecting the environment. Re-purposing everyday items helps us keep items out of the landfills. Learning new skills helps adults remember the thrill of handmade projects, and carries forward our in-born drive to create with our own hands.



Are you ready to learn something new?

**Interested in a soap making workshop? Let us know if you need a specific time and date, and we’ll do our best to accommodate you! You can also check our calendar to see what we are currently offering**

Our classes are led by knowledgeable artisans who have a passion for creating or upcycling everyday things into works of practicality and art. Our instructors are also very skilled at teaching , so you’ll be learning in a very open and welcoming environment.


Not only will you learn an artistic skill, you’ll leave with something tangible you made with your own hands. There is a sense of satisfaction in the creative process, and our goal is to let everyone experience the joy of fulfillment the “Maker Movement” can bring you!

Maker Membership Card (Gift Card)

Products are made with non-toxic and organic ingredients

For skincare and candle projects, you can choose from more than 50 fragrance and colour combinations

$25 for 3 credits, $40 for 6 credits, $70 for 12 credits
1 card per person. 

Each course is valued with a certain amount of credits.
Green classes = 5 credits
Pink classes = 3 credits
Turquoise classes = 2 credits
Purple classes = 1 credit

  • Body Perfume

  • Cold Process Soap

  • Bath Bombs

  • Scent and Colour Soap

  • Body Mist

  • Laundry Soap

  • Hair Treatment

  • Sewing

  • Lip Balm

  • Shower Gel

  • Nail Polish

  • Lotion

  • Body Scrub

  • Lip Gloss

  • Foaming Bath Salts

  • Room Spray

  • Lotion Bars

  • Fragrant Sachets

  • Shaving Cream

  • Face Cream

  • Tub Tea

  • Jewelry

  • Candles

  • Shampoo

Buy a gift card today or Contact us for more details

Some of the classes you can enroll in include

  • Handmade gifts

  • Furniture upcycling

  • Card making

  • Mixed Media Photo Transfers (e.g. wood, fabric, glass, etc.)

  • Cupcake decorating

  • Instrument making

  • Wood carving

  • DIY skincare formulation

  • Knitting & crocheting

  • So much more!

Registering for our classes is easy!

Fill in the form to the best of your ability below and we’ll confirm the details. We look forward to seeing you at our classes. We promise a great time and a rewarding end-product that is yours to take home.

Ask us about our mobile workshops — we would be happy to conduct a session at your home or office!

**Interested in a soap making workshop? Let us know if you need a specific time and date, and we’ll do our best to accommodate you! You can also check our calendar to see what we are currently offering**