What You'll Get
Crafting your way into someone's cupboard is the craftiest way into his or her heart. Create a heartfelt cupboarding pass with today's deal: for $10, you get $20 worth of paint-your-own pottery, candle-making supplies, or anything else at CozyMelts in Huber Heights. If you opt to paint pottery, this Groupon can be applied toward the studio fee, which is $7 per person and includes paint and firing of the piece (if you bring a group of six or more, the fee is $5 per person).
CozyMelts, which began as a boutique shop for home scents and candle-making supplies, recently expanded to bring the creative pursuit of pottery painting to Ohioans' fingertips. Commence your creativity by choosing a paint-ready piece from a selection of plates, vases, wall hangings, animal statuettes, and more (most pieces cost $5 to $15). Next, use your noggin's imagination, mixed with inspiration from the studio's stencils, idea books, and creative staff, to brainstorm ideas. Then select paint colors to execute your mind's eye's vision. Feel free to bring food and beverages to liven up your painting session. The firing of a piece never takes longer than a week.
CozyMelts also offers Scentchips, which spruce up the air in a home, as well as candle-making supplies to make homes and bungalows not only smell good, but also be well lit, attract friends, charm grandparents, and entice Oprah Winfrey. Alert your wife to an impending Oprah visit by crafting a waxy glower that approximates a bouquet of eternity, or forgo flavored air in favor of new pottery for your pottery cabinet.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 5, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Must use in 1 visit, no cash back or credit. Valid toward studio fee. Tax not included. Not valid for special events or with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Cozy Melts
Cozy Melts intoxicates the mind with the subtle scents of candles and warmers. A line of WoodWick candles make sounds like a crackling fire, whereas 100% soy candles provide a steady burn with a limited environmental impact. For scent lovers with a DIY streak, the shop also runs candle-making classes and offers glass-painting, pottery-making, and paint-your-own pottery sessions that let their creativity shine.