Art Classes

Our crafts class is different from our impression of arts and crafts. 

It takes many forms, such as: Quilling, Tapestry Weaving, Decoupage, Fluid Painting and Punch Needle so on. 

Compared with traditional classroom teaching, our craft classes are more creative, flexible, malleable and artistic.

Little Earth Education craft class is for children and parent-child combinations. 

Based on the guidance of our craft teachers, we will give full play to everyone ’s imagination, cultivate creativity and hands-on ability, not only promote parent-child relationship, but also release pressure on adults and enjoy life.

Living in a reinforced concrete city and holding electronic digital devices, the fast-paced life seems to have lost its self, confused and blind obedience. 

In a noisy world, we would love to return to nature. 

Through contact with different handicrafts, students learn more about different cultures and arts, which not only enriches their horizons, but also improves their appreciation of art. 

We promote the reuse of waste, and use the discarded items to transform them into beautiful and practical creative objects. 

At the same time, we also cultivate the consciousness of loving the earth and saving energy.


Types of Classes

Paper Quilling

Paper quilling, also called paper filigree, is a type of paper craft. 

This paper art has existed since the invention of paper and has been popular since the 15th century. 

It has experienced a resurgence in popularity during the last couple of years. 

Paper quilling is a decorative art and is known for things like fancy flourishes and florals. 

It is the art of cutting paper into long thin strips, rolling and pinching the pieces into different shapes, and then gluing the shapes together to form decorative art. 

Paper quilling projects can be used to decorate greeting cards, boxes, gift bags, picture frames, jewellery,  or even be made into 3D stand-alone art pieces. 

But with its recent surge in popularity, it’s also seen in advertising campaigns and pieces you might find in an art gallery.

Join us to be a Quiller



Tapestry is one of the oldest forms of woven textiles. The techniques used have remained the same for centuries. 

Remnants of tapestries woven in ancient Egypt have been dated as far back as 3000BC.

Today, tapestry weaving is practised across the world, although there are a high number of weavers in western world. 

In Singapore, we are the very first centre to teach Tapestry. The craft is dominated by our teachers producing their own designs. 

Traditional fibres (wool, silk and linen) continue to be used, together with cotton and other more modern materials.

Tapestries are hand woven on a loom. Tapestry looms are either vertical (high warp) or horizontal (low warp).  

They range from tapestries, curtains, table flags, shoulder bags, key chains, small pendants, belts, earrings, necklaces etc.

Join our Tapestry class today!


Fluid Painting

Fluid Painting is the art of “liquid painting”.

It is simple yet fascinating and it does not require classic art tools.

The artist applies the colours in a liquid state to the canvas. 

You can uses cups, squeeze-false, pipettes or disposable syringes as the tools. 

The result is not only impressive, and above all but one thing: quite unpredictable. This is what makes Fluid Painting so fascinating.

With this simple technique, you don’t need to have any artistic background to start creating beautiful works of art. 

There are three different Fluid Painting techniques: Acrylic Pouring, Resin Art and the Alcohol Ink technique.

Join our craft class to become a fluid painting artist!


Decoupage seems like a more complicated concept than it really is because the word sounds fancy.

“Decoupage” actually comes from the French word “decouper,” which means to cut out or cut from something else.

If you are a decoupager, that means that you engage in the artistic pursuit of gluing items to a surface.

Decoupage truly is an art form. 

Projects are enhanced not only with papers and fabric, but with painting effects, gold leaf, ink, embellishments, and even other mediums.

If you’d like to give new life to a piece of furniture or household object, decoupage it!

Join us, we will teach you how to decoupage.

punch needle

Punch Needle

Punch needle embroidery is a form of embroidery that’s also related to rug hooking. 

This technique goes back hundreds or maybe even thousands of years. 

It has remained popular and takes on looks from primitive to modern, and there are so many patterns and kits to choose from.

Instead of stitching through the fabric, punch needle pushes thread or yarn into the fabric, while keeping the needle on the surface.

It is a super decompression handiwork. 

Due to its simple technique, it has changed colourful works through different creative designs, becoming a celebrity in the handicraft industry.

Join our class to become a Punch Needle artsman!

To enroll for this class or request for more information, contact us


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300 Tampines Ave 5 #05-06 Singapore 529653

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