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214 East 27th Street, Houston

Glassblowing Valentine’s Heart Pendant or Easter Egg Making Class for 1 or 2 at Juggernaut Glass (Up to 63% Off)

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Community of artists and instructors teach the ins and outs of glasswork in a fun and safe environment

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Jennifertop reviewer
18 ratings6 reviews1 photos
May 23, 2021
Had a great time!would definitely do again! Highly recommend!
Karentop reviewerhelpful reviewer
34 ratings14 reviews
April 20, 2021
Such a fun experience. Teacher was helpful and patient
Alihelpful reviewer
2 ratings2 reviews1 photos
March 30, 2021
Jesus is great. The class was small so we got to play with colors and have fun. My second egg broke, but a little super glue and it's cracks add character. Looking forward to the next class.
Stefanietop reviewer
13 ratings9 reviews
March 28, 2021
Very fun! Highly recommend!
Tramtop reviewerhelpful reviewer
12 ratings5 reviews
March 14, 2021
Great date night activity! I bought the "easter egg" hour class for two and we were with another couple. It starts off with the instructor showing us how to make the egg and explaining how glass works. Then each person goes one at a time so the instructor can ensure that everyone is handling the glass in a safe manner. Highly recommend if you're looking for something different.
1 ratings2 reviews
March 9, 2021
It was a great experience! The other couple signed up for the class that morning never showed, so it was a pretty one on one experience for us. The instructor was great, very personable and fun to work with. Would definitely be something I'd like to do again.
3 ratings1 reviews
March 9, 2021
It was very easy to contact the vendor and schedule my time to learn how to blow glass. Our instructor was fantastic! If you are even a little bit interested in learning about glass blowing, I recommend this place.
2 ratings1 reviews
February 18, 2021
Easy to book and schedule your time. It was a quaint little shop with just about enough room for 4ppl. The instructor was really nice and gave great demonstrations. I do wish that they had more colors to select from when it was time to do our own project, there were only 4. Also, i would not purchase the 2 hour class again however. I thought that it would include additional instruction and time together being that it was more expensive. But it was just two additional ppl that you watched do their projects as well. There is only one flame to work on as the instructor is hands on. The one hour class is less expensive and you get the same piece. I will definitely go back to try the glass ornament where you get to do the blowing. We made the glass hearts.
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About This Deal

  • Students can enjoy a one- or two-hour classes and create glassblowing Valentine’s heart pendants or Easter eggs with guidance and expertise of an instructor
  • Must be 18 or older with valid ID
Juggernaut Glass’s COVID-19 Precautions
  • Note that state and local guidelines are changing regularly. Please check Juggernaut Glass’s website or contact them for their latest guidelines.

Fine Print

Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Must be 18 or older with valid ID. Registration required, two weeks notice required. Limit 3 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift(s). Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Juggernaut Glass

To Mark Todd, sculpting glass is a lot like playing music. He improvises as he blows and shapes the molten material into different pieces of art—and he always keeps some good tunes playing while he works. His passion was honed during more than a decade of training, including studies at glassblowing studios in Brooklyn and Boston.