Corporate DIY Ukulele Making Workshop

Assemble and customise your very own ukulele! This 4 hour workshop includes assembling the uke, and painting your own unique design on it.


Workshop Details at a Glance



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Conducted by Lidya Harjadi from Taughthoughts 

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Standard Soprano size (length: 21 inches)




Materials provided




              Ukulele parts, screwdriver, paint set, a paint brush, ukulele bag



Team Building Option



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Workshop size



Min. 15 pax per session

Max. 40 pax per session



Trainers & Facilitators



 1 to 2





A) At Make Your Own Studio (max 50 pax) –

No additional charges

 B) Self Provided Venue –

Below 20 pax, one-time $80 logistics charge
20 pax and above - No additional charges




Set-up requirements



Tables and chairs


Program Outline
(4hrs excluding 30mins set up time before the workshop starts)

10 minutes - Briefing of materials available and DIY steps 

2.5 hours - Painting of ukulele 

30 minutes - Attaching screws and tuning knobs 

30 minutes - Stringing the ukulele 

20 minutes - Checking of final product and photo-taking 

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Payment details 

An official quotation will be provided in PDF format. 

For confirmation, the quotation needs to be signed as a form of acknowledgement within 14 days from date of issue.

Full payment preferred on workshop day itself by cheque or cash.

Maximum of 30 days credit terms if required.

Invoice will be issued on the workshop day based on the actual attendance.

No additonal GST charges.

We are registered with both Vendors@gov and GeBiz and is able to do e-invoicing.


About "Taught, Thoughts" by Lydia Harjadi

Lidya has a passion in music and teaching, with a special interest in the ukulele. She is a full-time ukulele teacher and has teaching experience that dates back to 2010. Apart from conducting private classes, she has also taught in corporations, government schools (MOE-AMIS Certified Instructor), as well as voluntary welfare organisations. Lidya’s DIY Ukulele workshop hopes to give others a creative platform to get to know and enjoy this happy little instrument!


Brief company profile of Make Your Own

Established in 2013, Make Your Own was founded to bring a new perspective to the local D.I.Y. culture. 

We aim to create a platform for people to explore their creativity and make products with a character of their own through conducting workshops for corporate groups as well as individuals.

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Our Workshop Cafe

Centrally located at Blk 4 Upper Aljunied Lane #01-06 S(360004) with nearby train stations such as Woodleigh, Tai Seng and Aljunied. Our studio can cater to 50 pax.