Paint-Your-Own Pottery for One, Two, or Four at Jenny’s Clayhouse (Up to 55% Off)

Buffalo

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In a Nutshell

At a BYOB pottery studio, patrons paint practical household items that are fired and ready for pickup the following week

The Fine Print

Expires Nov 21st, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per paying customer per group. Valid only for option purchased. Valid in-store only. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid toward gift certificates or parties. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose from Three Options

  • $10 for $20 worth of paint-your-own pottery for one
  • $19 for $40 worth of paint-your-own pottery for two
  • $36 for $80 worth of paint-your-own-pottery for four

    Paint-your-own mugs start at $16, piggy banks start at $17, dinner plates start at $18, and boxes emblazoned with a peace sign start at $17.

Jenny’s Clayhouse

Jenny’s Clayhouse, one of Buffalo’s first and only paint-your-own-pottery studios, calls out to artists and craftists looking to cast off faded paint-by-number books to animate stylish ceramics while sipping on home-brought spirits. Sloping picture windows span from floor to ceiling in the airy space, splashing sunlight across the studio’s selection of domestic staples—including mugs, plates, and piggy banks. After guests gleam the once-white objets d'art, Jenny’s staff will summon flames to bake and glaze the handheld masterpieces to protect them from wear and raw-food dieters. Pintsize painters can polish their brushstrokes at Jenny’s summer-camp sessions, or gather friends, teachers, and New York Times art critics for a pottery-painting birthday party or after-school outing.

Jenny’s Clayhouse

Jenny’s Clayhouse, one of Buffalo’s first and only paint-your-own-pottery studios, calls out to artists and craftists looking to cast off faded paint-by-number books to animate stylish ceramics while sipping on home-brought spirits. Sloping picture windows span from floor to ceiling in the airy space, splashing sunlight across the studio’s selection of domestic staples—including mugs, plates, and piggy banks. After guests gleam the once-white objets d'art, Jenny’s staff will summon flames to bake and glaze the handheld masterpieces to protect them from wear and raw-food dieters. Pintsize painters can polish their brushstrokes at Jenny’s summer-camp sessions, or gather friends, teachers, and New York Times art critics for a pottery-painting birthday party or after-school outing.

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Bring along your own bottle of wine or beer to enjoy