Entering Make Meaning’s spacious digs will have you feeling like your traveling first-class when you usually fly JetBlue. The décor is elegant and chic, like a SoHo gallery. Newly arrived on the scene in September, this place takes crafting up a notch. Choose from six craft areas; glass, ceramics, jewelry, paper, soap and candles. One of the many helpful Associate Creativity Enthusiasts, known asAces, will help you select your materials and get started. Your Ace will ensure that your chosen craft looks like a pro made it, so Grandma won’t need to hide that platter in the back of her hutch. When hunger strikes you are in luck, because the café serves a delectable assortment of sweets, including New York Cake Pops. You pay $12 for the day, plus whatever materials your child chooses. A small card-decorating project is $6, while creating a set of four soaps is $20. A yearly individual membership is $36, $149 for a family of up to 5 people. If you are a member, you only pay for the craft, saving the $12 daily fee. There are over 100 artist-led classes each week for a variety of ages, including Mommy and Me projects like decorating a plate with your baby’s footprint. Birthday parties are customized to suit your child’s interests.