Although receiving one’s just deserts can be unpleasant, eating a meal of just desserts is the only way to consume the FDA’s recommended daily allowance of frosting. Meet your mouthwatering nutritional needs with today’s Groupon to Little Hands Art Studio. Choose from the following options:
- For $25, you get a 90-minute seasonal holiday-pop-decorating class for two (a $50 value).
- For $45, you get a 90-minute seasonal holiday-pop-decorating class for four (a $100 value).
- For $60, you get a 90-minute seasonal holiday-pop-decorating class for six (a $150 value).<p>
When making reservations, patrons can choose from the schedule’s family or BYOB sessions.
Little Hands Art Studio’s owner and teacher, Jessica Heisen, equips budding artisans with the supplies and know-how to explore their own creativity with delectable results. Adults and kids alike learn how to craft edible creatures alongside up to a dozen other classmates, each creating three of their own treats with a chocolate-covered marshmallow, cake, and cookie-pop base. Gobs of fondant, mini marshmallows, gumdrops, and cookies hit by a shrink ray aid pupils in the creation of such seasonal characters as reindeer, snowmen, polar bears, and tax collectors. Families can whip up edible cheer together on Mommy, Daddy, and Me! nights, and BYOB classes allow fledgling pastry artists to tote along a bottle of wine or vat of eggnog to share.
Little Hands Art Studio
Little Hands Art Studio's owner and teacher, Jessica Heisen, equips budding artisans with the supplies and know-how to explore their own creativity with delectable results. Heisen’s classes for adults, children, and intergenerational duos guide students as they bake cupcakes and top them with decorations such as fondant, mini marshmallows, frostings in piped pastry bags, and cookies hit by a shrink ray. Beyond the regular classes, Little Hands hosts private birthday parties for youngsters and, on Thursday and Sunday nights, grownups-only workshops, which encourage participants to bring their own wine and mingle as they create pastry art that reflects their inner muses’ 401(k)s. The studio also teaches children how to whip up afternoon snacks such as pastas and muffins, and conducts occasional beading and other art classes.