May DIY Columbus Calendar

Thank the craft gods, it’s May!

The Smithery hosts their Metal Stamping make & take on May 7th!

We know that this time of year most people are opening their windows letting in the fresh breezes of lilacs and starting to purge winter clothes for lighter garments. Or perhaps you are outside digging up the garden beds and planting the seeds for a fall harvest.

While summer festivals and fairs are still being planned and the great outdoors are beckoning us to go play remember to use this time to stay creative. DIY activities can still be found around Columbus. Grab some old friends or make some new ones and let the spirit of a crafty workshop keep you inspired.

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All classes are rated on  it’s level of difficulty. 


 1 button being beginner – 5 buttons being advanced

NEW FEATURE: Sell your crafts! These folks are looking for crafters, artists and makers at their events.



Have a DIY workshop you are hosting or teaching and want to include it on the list? Add it to our events calendar here!

Are you looking for crafters or makers at your event and want to add your application to the link? Submit your info here.

Applications for our 2 day craft fair on November 11th & 12th are now open. Apply online today

Want to sponsor next Month’s DIY calendar? Contact us at

Published by Megan Green

Megan Green is creative minded entrepreneur with a passion for supporting other creatives based in Columbus, Ohio. She's the Executive Director behind Midwest Craft Con and Craftin' Outlaws. She's also the founder of Stinkybomb Soap, a novelty soap business.

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