Walk ins welcome!
No reservation needed!
Monday to Wednesday
10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Thursday to Saturday
10:00 AM – 9:00 PM
12:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Create With Us
For 20 years, Do It Yourself Crafts has been a part of the creative community in Birmingham! With paint your own pottery, glass fusing, tie-dye, canvas painting (and more!) you can find a craft project you’ll love to make and have. We’re excited to be planning our next creative endeavors!
What is the DIY Club? It's the exclusive savings club for someone who loves to create!
The annual family membership is $35, and allows everyone in an immediate family to receive savings all year long. It includes 10% off all purchases, 20% off one purchase a month, special discounts on classes, birthday child is FREE for party packages, Special DIY Club monthly discounts and more!
Events & Workshops
For Kids and Adults! Pottery, Canvas, Glass, and more!
How It Works
Pottery, Glass, and More–Think it. Make it. Love it!
Parties & Groups
Birthdays, Scouts, Team Building, and more! Get Your Party On.
We are so excited to be bringing high fire stoneware pottery to Do It Yourself Crafts, and we’d love to show you all about it at this introductory class. We’ll show you how it works and you can select a piece to make for yourself. We have several items to pick from – mugs, plates, […]View More
Have you ever let the colors all play together? With this story time pottery, we’re going to show how red, blue and yellow are just the beginning when painting a flower scene on a plate. This event is for kids age 2 and up, and is a parent child activity. Pottery paint comes out of […]View More
Did you know that your child’s school could have me come to visit? And that I can help with fundraising when I do? Every year starting in September, I travel to preschools and daycares in Birmingham to start the Christmas pottery. It’s a tradition we’ve been doing for years, and we’d love to add your […]Read More
Last Friday, I had to clean out and clean up my storage unit. At some point, we had been unloading stuff that was out of season and it had started to rain, which meant that we just dumped what we needed at the moment, FULLY intending to fix it later. Well, later became whenever because […]Read More