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What You'll Get
Crafting your way into someone's cupboard is the craftiest way into his or her heart. Take the first steps toward pantry-spurred passion with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of paint-your-own pottery at Ceramics a la Carte, located in Canton. This Groupon is not valid for custom art work created by an artist from the business.
Ceramics a la Carte offers customers the opportunity to paint their own eye-popping works of pottery perfection in just five easy steps. Select a piece of pottery to tattoo with Ceramics a la Carte's paints and tools (a $6-per-hour studio fee covers use of materials), dab it dry with a damp sponge, and then go to work on creating a work of art that will either end up in the Smithsonian or on your home's mantelpiece. Available ceramics include small items such as ornaments or small collectibles ($5), mid-size items such as bowls and mugs ($10–$15), and larger items such as planters and clocks ($20+). Ceramics a la Carte features more than 500 pieces available for selection, with all dinnerware pieces safe to serve food on.
Step into Ceramics a la Carte's soothing environment, where participants of all ages and abilities can tap into their inner Josiah Wedgwoods. Whether using the service to repair your crumbling relationship with your mail carrier or as a way of sending a message to future generations of archaeologists, painting your own pottery is a tremendous way to combine social interaction with artistic satisfaction.
For your convenience, reservations are recommended.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 7, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid for custom art work. Tax not included. No cash back or credit. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Ceramics a la Carte
Ceramics a la Carte's more than 500 unfired bisque pieces invite amateur painters to decorate coffee mugs, serving dishes, and piggy banks with food-safe glazes in a rainbow of shiny colors. Blank ceramic canvases await the kiss of paint applied with the use of a variety of delicate brushes or indelicate trebuchets. Alternatively, patrons can confer with the store’s accomplished staff artists, who enrich ceramics with custom designs that center on children's handprints, wedding and teacher gifts, or paintings of family homes.