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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 $15, you get $30 worth of paint-your-own pottery at Glazed and Confused on Chestnut Park Plaza. Buy up to two of today’s deal for yourself and double your ceramic intake without accidentally swallowing another coffee mug.
Glazed and Confused operates on a simple principle of clay-based artistic fun. After wandering into the vibrant, creativity-fueling studio, you'll get to choose from a wide variety of pre-crafted ceramic items, all as pale and blank and full of promise as a baby snowman. Pottery prices range from $4 to $39, depending on the size and complexity of the item, and you can use part of your Groupon toward a studio fee of $5 that gives you free rein of the paints—allowing you to majestically illuminate your item with the fervor of William Blake capturing a vision of angels dancing the Charleston. Plates are popular choices for beginners, perhaps because of their flat flatware nature and large surface area, while the likes of jugs and teapots are also available for controlled bursts of artistic artsplosions. After you’re finished painting, your creation will be glazed and fired by the Glazed and Confused professionals, and be ready for pickup in one week’s time.
Glazed and Confused's friendly, art-minded staff is on hand to assist in the painting process. Numerous brushes, sponges, stamps, and samples also stand ready to plump up any withering creative impulses like morsels of Popeye spinach to so many weary pigeons. Feel free to bring your own food and drinks (both alcoholic and non), and engage your inner artiste among friends, family, or a horde of chattering, paint-coated squirrels in Glazed and Confused's relaxed studio environment.
- Friendly staff are on hand to give advice, but not to do your work…Glazed and Confused is a great place to take children who are old enough to work with paint and fragile pottery. Even young toddlers can paint something with enough supervision. – Denise Bertacchi, Examiner.com
- I love this store and go there several times a year!! I have created keep sake ornaments for both my children's first Christmases plus commemorative tiles with their handprints every year for their birthdays. – michelle b., Insider Pages
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 30, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Does not apply to custom orders. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Glazed and Confused
Creativity is the main ingredient at Glazed and Confused, where artists-for-the-day adorn hundreds of blank canvas pieces in personal designs, colors, and patterns. The updated studio is now more spacious and is enhanced with glossy hardwood floors and soft orange and blue walls to create a relaxing environment. Projects evolve under the guidance of the shop's staff members, who offer their own wisdom to elevate each piece to its full potential. Staffers spread the same artistic savvy when hosting birthday parties, field trips, and adult get-togethers, which can be bolstered with customer-provided beverages in accordance with the studio’s BYO policy.