DJ Ceramix made a name for himself by placing a slab of wet clay atop his turntable and spinning it into a beautiful vase by the end of his set. Impress the audience members of your life with today's deal: for $20, you get $40 worth of pottery painting, glass fusing, and more at Dish It Out, with locations at the Stonecrest Shopping Center and Myers Park. The studio fee is included in the Groupon. This offer is not valid for group or birthday parties.
Dish It Out exists as an outlet for crafty crafters to conceive elegant pottery, glass, and jewelry pieces without having to transform their tidy homes into Chianti-spattered art studios. Potential projects include pottery painting (pieces range from $1.50–$50), where spectrum-wielders can colorfully adorn a plate, figurine, or makeshift spittoon to their aesthetic preference. Afterward, Dish It Out will glaze and fire the piece, which the eager artiste can pick up within a week. Create alluring necklaces at Dish It Out's bead bar (pricing varies per bead), a stunning stockpile of sterling silver, Swarovski crystals, and real gemstones. Budding Bogeys and Bacalls can immortalize their handprints in a clay slab (starting at one hand for $25), and history buffs can use glass fusion ($16–$60) to fashion a plate commemorating George Washington's famous crossing of the Ganges.
Dish It Out's savvy staff is on hand to assist arts-and-crafts conjurers through every step of the technical process. Artists aspiring to bedazzle with beaded jewelry and Waterworld-inspired platters can push their visions to fruition with today's Groupon to Dish It Out.
Customers must use the entire value of the Groupon in a single visit.
- Dish It Out provides a calming environment where one can enjoy a variety of activities, reanging [sic] from painting pottary [sic], jewlery-making [sic], "Paint Me" t-shirt designs, and mosaic artwork. It's an amazing place to express oneself through art. – MALIA, Citysearch
- My son and I like to go to dish it out. he can pick out his own pottery and then he gets to decorate it how ever he wants. – Kim G., Insider Pages