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$50 for $100 Groupon — English Classics

English Classics

Hills Park

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$100 $50

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$10 for $20 Worth of Creative Professional Gift Wrapping at That’s a Wrap!

That's a Wrap!

Atlanta

Professional wrappers decorate gifts in satin, velvet, organza, lace, and other opulent trimmings per clients’ instructions

$20 $10

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$11 for Handmade Soaps and Candles from Imprompt U Creations ($20 Value)

Imprompt U Creations

Lithonia

Adorn homes with sweet-smelling handmade soaps and candles

$20 $11

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$35 for $100 Toward Custom Framing at Carter House Gallery & Framing

Carter House Gallery & Framing

Johns Creek / Alpharetta

More than 2,000 frames and 2,500 styles of matting are used to frame art, photos, memorabilia, or flat-screen televisions

$100 $35

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$60 for $150 Towards Framing at TUOIA ($150 value)

TUOIA

Downtown Douglasville

In-house artist and master framer protects, preserves, and beautifies portraits and artwork with expert framing

$150 $60

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$138 $250 Toward T-Shirt Printing — Digital Designer Graphics, LLC

Digital Designer Graphics, Llc

Villa Rica

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$250 $138

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Custom Printing at The Art of Tees (50% Off). Two Options Available.

The Art of Tees

Newnan

Custom printing of photos, words, and logos on T-shirts, mugs, plaques, and more

$20 $10

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Fine Art Gallery, Custom Framing Gallery. We set up our space to have a 'lounge' feeling for our customers. We love for people to feel like they can sit and enjoy the artwork and the staff.

111 Clairemont Ave
Decatur,
GA
US

FastFrame outlines photographs and wall-worthy art with more than 1,000 frames in styles ranging from baroque gold trims to funky, contemporary schemes. Dedicated to craftsmanship and creativity, professional framers help select matting hues to complement a diploma or the original Bill of Rights banning knuckle cracking. All projects are completed onsite, ensuring that no materials get dented or lost by clumsy carrier pigeons, and with the 30-day design guarantee, clients can return any custom designs for complete retooling within 30 days if they don't match homes' décor. FastFrame also offers a lifetime craftmanship guarantee.

2625 Piedmont Rd NE
Atlanta,
GA
US

4715A Ashford Dunwoody Rd
Dunwoody,
GA
US

With thousands of frame and mat samples, The Great Frame Up can satisfy any and all framing fantasies. The expert framespeople can make diplomas radiate (most diplomas can be framed for around $100), personalized jerseys glisten (most for under $300), and dorm-room movie posters sparkle (many 24x36 pieces are under $100). The design wizards can also find a home for any prized possession, such as shoebox photos, baby booties, ticket stubs, medals, and really good pot roasts. The Great Frame Up’s no-hassle guarantee and assurance that all work is done on-site means your frameables won't be subject to mistreatment at underground commercial framing facilities.

625 W Crossville Rd
Roswell,
GA
US

That Pottery Place Studio?s shelves brim with hundreds of unfinished ceramic pieces, each ready to blossom with a completely unique bouquet of colors and designs. Animal-painted plates sit propped alongside decorative birdbaths, planters, coffee mugs, and owl figurines designed to scare pigeons away from the china hutch. Guests can throw their creativity at these 3D canvases using the studio?s stencils, brushes, sponges, and dozens of glazes. Staff members make the rounds sharing tips on technique and helping sort through idea books with painters during open studio time.

2050 Lawrenceville Hwy
Decatur,
GA
US

Matt Janke dreamed of landing the perfect glass-blowing job. After moving to Atlanta in 1986, he realized there wasn't a single glass studio in town, granting his art a ready-made niche. After settling in, he returned to grad school, earning an MFA in glass with the intent to launch his own university program and ultimately procure his own space. By the time he graduated in 1992, Matt further honed his skills, stockpiled equipment, and, in 1996, opened his own studio and hired himself.

Beyond the perks of being his own boss, having his own studio affords Matt a great deal of creative freedom. He infuses all his handblown light fixtures, tumblers, and vases with the prismatic swirls of his signature style, in which precise lines and natural variations vie for attention across undulating surfaces. A downtown gallery space facilitates sales of these works.

But the studio has also fulfilled more than Matt's original goal of finding glass-blowing employment, going on to catalyze a glass-blowing community. From single apprentices in the early days, the studio is now a full-fledged classroom, with space for five instructors, a dozen students, and the kilns that must melt their glass until they each finish their training by capturing and taming a fire-breathing dragon.

659 Auburn Ave NE
Atlanta,
GA
US