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After a year of sitting on the idea, Natalie finally launched her after school craft program.

She put her flyer out, and it opened up a new revenue stream.

That ONE flyer created $1280 extra income per month for her and her family.


After working jobs with little to no flexibility, Camille was desperate for some independence and freedom to do things the way SHE wanted to do them.

Then she started her kids crafting club and everything changed.


When Stefania had her second child, she knew that what she really wanted was a fulfilling creative career that would allow her to be at home for her children

She started teaching art around her dining room table. Today she runs her own successful online art club membership.


 Mae owns a side-hustle arts & crafts club that “feels like a playdate” with her kids. 

With a super supportive family behind her, Mae proves that you really can have it all, making extra money with fully-booked craft classes every Saturday whilst having a ball! 

Watch Christelle's interview with Mae to hear all about the crazy crafts that make her club so popular, and find out how you, too, can grow your club from zero to booked-out in just 3 months.


With 4 children and 12 pets (including a pig!), Makayla started from scratch and built a thriving club in less than a year! She now runs classes for multiple groups of 30 kids at a school, as well as at a horse farm, at summer camps, and online for underprivileged kids in India.


Artist and mom of 2, Alison, wanted her boys to have a more art-infused education, as their school did not place much focus on art. So she started homeschooling her boys and launched the Art Crate, a mobile art studio (that offers kits too) where kids are invited to innovate and learn through play.


A journey from self-doubt to 154 kids in her classes! Starting from humble beginnings, Heleen worked to turn her dream of starting a kids crafting club into a reality. But it didn’t happen immediately… Watch Christelle’s interview with CCC Academy member Heleen to find out how she juggles everything at once, and how she persevered through hard times to achieve success.


Lauren had previously taught once-off crafting sessions and wanted to do more. She didn’t know how to do it or where to go. She started contemplating going back to her old job as a primary school teacher... and then everything changed.


Qualified artist turned extramural kids arts & craft teacher. Lili teaches online and in person and her passion for creativity and working with kids is absolutely beautiful.


Nicola went from feeling lost to teaching over 1000 students and earning £10,000 in the first month! Watch Christelle’s interview with Nicola to find out how she did it.


Tracy went from a job she hated in the big city to living in the bush (with the big 5 around them 🐃🐆🦁🐘🦏) where she started her own STEAM based kids arts & crafts club.

Now she gets to be her own boss, have her own time, be flexible and spend more time crafting with her son, whilst seeing him and herself grow.


Bethany shares how the tragic loss of her childcare business kick-started her kids craft club journey. She shares how she used 'soft launches' to build her confidence and how leaning into her community has helped her build connections and grow her club! 


Coming out of the pandemic, teacher Cara saw her students struggle to create, be artistic, and think outside the box. Now she devotes herself to helping kids think differently, learn to problem solve, and develop the confidence to create.


Joanna’s always been creative. She recognised that there is a bigger focus on academics than creative skills in schools. She wanted to create a space for families to come together to bond and create amazing memories through creative crafting. So she did!


When they were blessed with their foster child, Cinty realised her 7am - 6pm admin clerk job was not going to work anymore. She wanted more flexibility and purpose. She wanted to help children to learn and grow.


Kirsty used to do crafts at care homes and dementia homes. But, in 2020 as the world locked down... her business came to a complete halt. She didn’t know what to do or where to turn.


Dar used to teach art to high school students. When the pandemic hit, she was laid off. She decided to use this time to finally get her kids arts & crafts club off the ground. Art and literacy have always been her passion.


Emma has a background in fine art and teaching. While recovering from a fall, she set up an art business. When the pandemic hit, she had to close down her business as in-person classes were no longer possible. She had to regain confidence and figure out how to keep moving forward.


Due to medical reasons, face-to-face classes are off the cards for Karen during COVID-19. That didn't stop her from bringing arts & crafts to children. She saw an opportunity to bring the joy of crafting to kids with creative kits.


For over 10 years, Nicola wanted to start her own kids craft business. It just never got off the ground. When she returned to her teaching job after maternity leave, she started wondering about what she really wanted to do. She had zero experience in business and was terrified.


After being a full-time teacher at an academic ballet school for years, Lucinda started to become very tired. Lucinda was losing her passion for teaching. She wanted to be more creative. Something was missing.


Hear how Christelle, co-founder of the Creative Crafting Club, went from being overworked and stressed out as an architect to creating a flexible and creative life she loves! 


After the tragic loss of her husband, Anja continued to move forward with her online arts & crafts club. Hear how the journey to start her club, with the support of a friend, has boosted her confidence.


On Jamie's launch day, things didn't go as planned and doubt started setting in... Instead of spiralling and giving up, she turned her focus to what she knows she CAN do and "did it scared".


For 7 years, every time Shannon read stories to her kids and students she saw potential for art projects. In Jan 2022 she finally took the leap and started her dream home-based art club with projects inspired by books.

It's possible for you too!

Now is the time to do what you love and get the freedom, purpose and income you deserve.


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