$15 for a Paint-Your-Own-Mug Session for Two at Danielle's Paint-Your-Own Pottery Studio ($30 Value)

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All-inclusive studio session includes two mugs plus paints, brushes, stencils, various tools, and a professional firing in the kiln

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Expires Sep 4th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for $15 mugs. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$15 for a Paint-Your-Own-Mug Session for Two ($30 Value)

The studio is all-inclusive, so the session includes:

  • Two blank 12-ounce basic mugs ($15 value each)
  • Use of paint, brushes, stencils, stamps, and other tools
  • Professional firing of the completed mugs

Once their pieces are painted, customers hand the finished products over to staff members who fire the mugs in a kiln. Customers can return to pick up their finished work a few days later.

Danielle's Paint-Your-Own Pottery Studio

After years in the IT industry, Danielle was ready for a change. Her tech-based clients seemed to be in perpetually foul moods, and she longed for days filled with smiles and the occasional inspirational conversation. She had always loved to paint, so opening her paint-your-own pottery studio felt like a natural way to fuse her passion for art with her desire to interact with people in a helpful way. Only one more thing was standing in the way of bringing her dream to life: a business partner, which she quickly found in her daughter Jennifer.

Together, this mother-and-daughter team runs Danielle's Paint-Your-Own Pottery Studio. To inspire creativity in others, they stock the studio's shelves with more than 300 bisque pieces, including mugs, bowls, and figurines. The pair guides artists through the creation process, helping them use stamps, stencils, and each other's ponytails to paint personal masterpieces. When not glazing and firing their customers' finished artwork, the duo also teaches classes on fused glass and hosts special events such as birthday parties.

Creative projects and pursuits, from beading to glass blowing