What You'll Get
Artistic expression can take the form of a vibrant painting, a stunning sculpture, or front-yard hedges trimmed into the shape of longing. Let creativity blossom with today's Groupon for a social painting class at Sip-n-Doodle in McKinney. Choose between the following options:
- For $17, you get one admission to a class (a $35 value).
- For $99, you get a class for up to six people (a $200 value).
Sip-n-Doodle remains true to its name by hosting low-key painting sessions where students are encouraged to bring drinks and snacks and brace themselves for creative outbursts. At the helm of each class stands a friendly, professional art instructor, who makes sure all necessary supplies are provided and guides guests toward the fruition of their artistic vision. Painting pupils are allowed to choose from a collection of more than 500 images, imbuing their canvas with vivid hues that symbolize the song in their heart and the sonnet accidentally tattooed to their stomach. Each canvas is pre-sketched, ensuring that first-timers won't get lost within the endless tundra of an empty landscape. Whether flying solo or engaging in the only bachelorette party Van Gogh would be happy to attend, Sip-n-Doodle's classes make for social outings that end with completed works of art to take home and admire.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 1, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 4 per person. Limit 1 per class. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
At Sip-n-Doodle, colors swirl, spread, and mix over canvases while lively conversations crackle. Artists walk students through step-by-step instructions, helping them fashion their own interpretation onto a painter’s canvas. Participants are encouraged to bring snacks and a beverage of their choice, the better to sip as they daringly work outside the lines. The studio provides all the necessary painting supplies, cups, and bottle openers, as well as blow dryers should works not be completely dry by the end of the night.