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$25 for $40 Worth of Pottery Painting at Look What I Made

Look What I Made

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Adorn a bisque piece with provided paints and sponges inspired by surrounding pieces during a laid-back paint-your-own-pottery session

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Expires Oct 10th, 2014. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only toward pottery painting. Closed July 4th and Labor Day weekends. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

$25 for $40 Worth of Paint-Your-Own-Pottery

Visitors select a bisque piece, such as a plate, mug, or bowl, and embellish it with paints, stencils, and stamps. Afterwards, staff members fire finished pieces, which owners can pick up a week following their session. Glazing, firing, and materials are included in the price of each piece.

Look What I Made

The artwork resulting from Look What I Made's workshops and open-studio sessions tends to have a practical edge. Bright clay cubes open to hold jewelry, and kids' art projects converge with the goal of teaching little hands to plant gardens. The shop even helps artists set up their own satellite studios by offering at-home pottery projects, which they can paint while stealing a moment of downtime or staring at the faces of sleeping family members and then let Look What I Made do the glazing and firing. In-studio outbursts of creativity take place within a relaxed, comfortable space, where big windows, wooden tables, and well-organized shelves of pottery line multi-colored walls.


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100% of 257 customers recommend

  • “Great place for young and young at heart. I LOVE that you can actually use the beautiful pieces that you create. ”

  • “Great place and a really nice deal.”

  • “Great place, nice staff.”

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    Look What I Made

    4 Lowell Rd

    Unit 8

    North Reading, MA 01864

    +19786645946

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