Bringing creative classes to your community, private and corporate events.
Eeny Creative Project is a collective of Perth teachers that bring tailor made classes to you and your event. We work closely with you to curate our wide range of activities and organise the best possible projects for any age.
Here at Eeny HQ we believe that creative stimulation promotes better life/work balance. See our workshops on offer from our experienced staff.
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Meet The Team
Owner & Creative Director
Originally from the small farming town of Meckering, even at a young age was a lover of all things craft and hands on.
Ashleigh Studied Naturopathy upon completion of high school before setting her career in pharmacy and management. Now a stay at home Mother, it is her aim to channel creativity and passion into the community through Eeny Creative Project.
A self professed dabbler of all things, it is Ashleigh's belief that everyone should be able to enjoy learning how to make, create and re-learn lost skills.
No matter what age.
Kristy has been teaching creative classes from a very early age in her Mothers country craft shop in rural Western Australia.
Kristy has studied Fashion and Textiles and is currently studying visual arts at Edith Cowan University.
Bringing creativity to the community and beyond, seeing small businesses succeed along with teaching life long skills are her most loved parts of creative business.
Always looking for a way to bring creativity to events, she believes that stimulation through arts, crafts and other creative workshops keeps the community happy and healthy minded.
Nestled in her studio in the Perth Hills, surrounded by the unique West Australian landscape that inspires much of her work, Bethamy Linton offers bespoke handmade pieces to adorn the body or the table for commission and exhibition.
Bethamy is a fourth generation West Australian silversmith, Bethamy's interest in jewellery and metal object design began as a child during hours spent in the Linton family workshops with her grandfather, father and uncle. At 16 Bethamy started formally working with her father making silver flatwearand restoring antiques, later seeking an apprenticeship in fine jewellery. More recently Bethamy has studied art, jewellery and object design bother formally and informally.
Danielle Matthews is an environmental scientist with a crafty side! Originally from Geraldton, she learned hand embroidery when she was 10 years old and first used a sewing machine when she was 12.
Danielle started her hobby sewing business, "Ruby Sew Oh", in late 2012 after becoming a mum. Now focused on creating embroidery hoop art, Danielle uses modern printed fabrics in much of her work.
Danielle has exhibited with RAW Perth, stocks stores in Perth and Geraldton, and showcases at local craft markets and online.
Danielle enjoys passing on her knowledge to others so that they may also reap the benefits of the 'slow craft movement'
Polymer Clay Teacher
Renee Bradfield has always been creative and has channeled that creativity into her small business 'Hello Polly'
Renee has a collection of uniquely handcrafted clay jewellery. Each bead is rolled, cut, shaped and moulded by hand making the designs one of a kind.
Growing up in the Pilbara, Renee now resides in Perth and has set up her clay studio in her home.
Renee brings colour and fun to both kids and adults and believes that everyone has the capability to be creative.
With portable oven in tow, she offers cute and funcational classes to the community.