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What You'll Get
Hand-painted pottery has a rich legacy of storytelling, from the Grecian urns that document the perils of Orpheus and Eurydice to modern coffee mugs that foretell epic tales of the world's greatest grandpa. Paint your own story with today's Groupon: for $19, you get two wineglasses or coffee mugs to paint yourself (up to a $38 value), 20% off a future clay class, and a complimentary glass of wine at Fired Up Paint Your Own Pottery Studio in Largo.
At Fired Up, guests unleash pent-up creativity upon pre-fired pottery items in a studio decked out in bright colors and inspiring adornments. Patrons receive two pieces, either a set of wineglasses or coffee mugs, on which they can emblazon an inspiring motto or scrawl an intimidating warning to potential coffee thieves. Artists also have access to Fired Up's expansive selection of brushes, glazes, and stencils. During the unlimited one-day studio session, guests older than 21 will receive a complimentary glass of wine, and all patrons will receive an infinite supply of helpful hints from the studio's resident Greek muse. The firing and cooling process takes roughly a week, after which guests can return to pick up their items.
With today's deal, customers also receive 20% off a future clay-building class on a date yet to be determined. Previous classes have covered topics such as tropical fish, jug heads, and paperweights in the shape of Archie.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 6, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 4 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Fired Up Paint Your Own Pottery Studio
The Devine family opened Fired Up Paint Your Own Pottery Studio to share their love of art with their community. Co-owner Orien, a painter himself, helms clay and painting classes, while his younger brother, Ayden, assists visitors in painting their own bisque pieces. Along with their other family members, the twosome instills the studio with a familial ambience not found outside of family reunions or goldfish funerals in the backyard.