Michaels Make Break

Sunday Make Break at Michaels, A Mom’s Review

Michaels Sunday Make Break is an event hosted almost weekly and is designed to inspire creativity in people of all ages. It provides a chance for families to come together and work on fun and engaging craft projects, all while enjoying quality time in a creative environment. My family have been to a few of these and I am sharing everything you need to know and our review.


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Sunday Make Break

Location

This event is held at various Michaels locations across the country. To find the nearest participating store, simply visit the Michaels website and use their store locator tool.

Cost

The cost for Michaels Sunday Make Break is remarkably affordable. Generally, the event is free. Participants sometimes are required to purchase the supplies needed for their chosen project. Prices for supplies vary depending on the complexity and size of the craft, making it accessible for families on any budget.

painted pumpkins

Details

Sunday Make Break typically runs from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM, offering a two-hour window for participants to complete their chosen craft. You can come anytime during the 2 hour window. The class activity is planned a head of time and changes every time.  It is also for all ages! Michaels provides all the necessary materials, along with step-by-step instructions from staff members.

Find a location near you and register for the class ahead of time online here.

Our Experience

As mentioned, we’ve attended several Sunday Make Break events. My kids absolutely adore crafts, so they consistently have a blast. I appreciate the fact that there’s a new class almost every week, and during the holidays, they offer engaging themed crafts. The staff has consistently been friendly, and my children love that they provide an abundance of supplies for the activities.

pumpkin painting at michaels

Family Time Through Crafts

Co-Founder

Kacey Queen is a co-founder of Nevada Moms

Kacey received her bachelor's in Psychology while cheering for the University of Oregon. They moved to Reno in 2014 and have loved it ever since. She is a dedicated homeschooling mother to her three children.

She serves on the board for Northern Nevada Health Systems, and Northern Nevada Sports and Recreation, and she is passionate about her community.

Kacey loves exploring with her family and finding family-friendly events and activities! A few of her favorite things include family adventures, exploring the outdoors, working out, local coffee shops, and dessert!