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 toward studio fees and paint-your-own pottery at That Pottery Place, located just east of Nebraska Methodist Hospital. Studio fees—which include paint, glaze, and firing—are $6 per child, $8 per adult, and $4 per senior aged 65 and above, and the remaining Groupon value can be put toward pottery pieces.
That Pottery Place helps creatives of all ages achieve their vision through a studio full of paint, clay canvases, and inspiration. For a full day, painters get unlimited access to more than 50 colors and glazes, stamps, reference books, and other supplies to outfit their bare wares. After paying the studio fee, put your Groupon toward your paintable piece. Choose from more than 200 pieces, such as trivets ($8+), mugs ($10+), 8-inch plates ($10), and dinner plates ($17+). Grab a blank plate and paint a meal upon it, stencil a cup with springtime flowers, or decorate a picture frame worthy of being hung inside itself. After a week bathing in fire, your piece will be ready for pick-up, perfect for a thoughtful gift, an addition to your dining set, or an elegant wall covering.
A warm, friendly atmosphere permeates That Pottery Place, where food, beverages, and humans of all ages are welcome. Skirt the mess of painting pottery at home, where it's become increasingly difficult without spilling all over nana's plastic-covered couch or getting taunted by the jealous jeers of blank walls.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 20, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Not valid with other offers. Must redeem in 1 visit. Cannot split with others. Reservation required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About That Pottery Place
At That Pottery Place, the definition of an artist’s canvas expands to include everything from mugs to coin banks. The studio invites budding van Goghs to choose from more than 200 pottery designs and cloak their selection with lead-free paint from a rainbow of more than 50 colors. Stencils, stamps, and idea books stand ready to inspire artists who are facing creative blocks or giving their muse the silent treatment. After participants fully realize their visions, they entrust their work to the studio’s professionals, who glaze and fire each piece, readying it for pickup within a week.
In addition to pottery painting, That Pottery Place lets guests channel their creativity with mosaics, whose tiles and gems can be grouted or glued to mirrors and frames, and other small fused-glass projects. Whatever the project, crafters can tote along their own snacks and drinks to fuel their creativity or throw at copycats. For more structured crafting, the studio organizes kids’ art classes and camps, and for celebrants seeking a hands-on event, they host parties.