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$13 for a Two-Piece Pottery-Painting Package at Ceramic Cafe in Leawood (Up to $31.50 Value)

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60+ nontoxic ceramic glazes coat unfinished mugs & plates using stencils, sponges & stamps to create food-safe pottery masterpieces

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Expires Jan 17th, 2012. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Few things can catch a snack thief red-handed as efficiently as a freshly painted crimson cookie jar. Keep track of your sweet stock with today's Groupon: for $13, you get a two-piece pottery-painting package at Ceramic Cafe in Leawood (up to a $31.50 total value). The package includes:

  • Studio fee for one adult (a $7.50 value) or one child (a $4.50 value)
  • Two pieces of pottery to paint. Mix and match the following options:
    • 12-ounce mug (an $8.50 value each)
    • 8-inch coupe plate (a $9 value each)
    • 8-inch rim plate (a $12 value each)

Ceramic Cafe arms artists of all ages with the artistic instruments necessary to transform unfinished earthenware into pottery masterpieces. Guests can adorn two 12-ounce mugs, two 8-inch round plates, or one mug and one plate in more than 60 different colors of nontoxic ceramic glazes that will not flake off and add unwanted seasoning to swordfish-casserole dishes. Idea books, stencils, sponges, and stamps supply sources of artistic inspiration, and staff members stand by to demonstrate techniques, or to pose for a mug-side replica of Whistler's Mother. The studio fires pieces in its kiln to ensure designs are food safe and long lasting, and customers can retrieve their work the following week.


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    Leawood

    9425 Mission Rd.

    Leawood, Kansas 66206

    913-383-0222

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