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What You'll Get
Painting pottery takes a steady hand, an eye for color, and a mouth that won't eat paint, because that kills you. Have a safe, fun, safe time with this Groupon.
$120 for a Pottery Painting Party for Eight (a $240 Value)
During weekday parties on the main floor for kids or adults, two staff members assist in creating unique pieces with provided glazes, sponges, stamps, stencils, and brushes. After choosing a piece of pottery from more than 15 shapes—including figurines, mugs, and dinosaurs—partygoers get to work for up to two hours on their creations. Disposable plates, spoons, forks, and napkins are included, and each piece will be glazed and fired by the staff before it’s ready to be picked up about a week later.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 30, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per visit. Reservation required 3 weeks in advance. 2 weeks cancellation notice required or $75 fee may apply. Must be 4 years or older. Credit card required at booking. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Valid only Monday-Friday; subject to availability. Food, drink, tax, and 15% service fee not included. Not valid for preexisting reservations. $30 additional fee per painter beyond 8. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Inside Potteryland's colorful studio, visitors sit at brightly painted tables and chairs as they wait for their next creative stroke of genius. Wielding brushes, stencils, and sponges, each artist gets a chance to customize their own raw ceramic bisque by layering its surface with colorful glazes. With a huge variety of forms to choose from, painters can browse the selection before choosing animal figures, dinner plates, or holiday-themed shapes. Potteryland also offers canvas-painting classes for all ages, where artists can flex their creative skills on a two-dimensional surface before taking home their completed masterpiece or donating it to a museum for safekeeping.