Step 1. Purchase your Groupon using the buy button at the top of the page.Step 2. Locate your redemption code, which differs from the Groupon number and can be found in the center of the voucher. The voucher is viewable in the mobile app or by going to My Groupons and clicking the print link.Step 3. Visit the product page enter 1 in 'qty.' and select 'Add to Cart.' Select 'Checkout' and register with Tea Forté, enter the redemption code located in the center of your Groupon into the 'Promotion Code' field at checkout.Step 4. Enjoy!
Featured in House Beautiful, Brides magazine, and Better Homes and Gardens, Luna Bazaar helps create memorable graduations, birthdays, wedding receptions, and more with a wide array of celebratory supplies. Party planners can bring stylistic unity to shindigs with an assortment of matching decorations sorted by color, including white paper parasols ($5.50–$22.95 each) and hand fans ($1.70–$6 each) or fuchsia pink glass bottles and vases ($2.50–$9.95 each). At parties, a miniature glass bauble place-card holder ($1.95 each) can direct outburst-prone guests to their assigned seat inside a soundproofed room before silver organza gift and favor bags ($0.60 each) stylishly bestow departing partygoers with chocolates, candies, and decoder rings. Reception venues, meanwhile, can be illuminated by string lights ($6.95–$41 each) and paper lanterns ($0.95–$48 each), available in more than 60 vibrant colors and designed to match several of the other product lines.
Artisan clayworkers toil over Great Bay Pottery's ever-ready kilns crafting one-of-a-kind stoneware pottery, including sturdy floor vases, convenient serving dishes, and all manner of saucers for UFO hoaxing. Patient clients can watch as potters spin their new piece of practical decoration into existence and finish the piece to their specifications with painted and glazed designs in nautical, arboreal, or impressionistic themes, among many other options. For a small fee, the potters will inscribe any piece with a message for personalized gift giving.
A former art teach of 30 years, owner Patti Spinelli welcomes students of all ages into her studio to superimpose colorful imagery upon three-dimensional figurines and placards. More than 100 unique pieces beckon to painters, who are encouraged to don aprons, brushes, and paints to festoon pottery pieces with colors they draw from a vivid palette or channel through a past life as a kaleidoscope. The studio's lively instructors roam the workspace doling out encouraging words and helpful techniques. Patti also hosts intimate art classes, opens her studio to group parties, and stocks traditional canvases for those who prefer rendering still lifes or globes from a time when the Earth was flat.