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What You'll Get
Having complete creative control over a project is a right usually reserved for prestigious film directors and self-employed sandcastle sculptors. Feel the power of artistic articulation flowing through your finely tipped fingers with today's deal. For $15, you get $30 worth of paint-it-yourself pottery at Third Coast Ceramic Studio in Franklin.
Artists-to-be needn't have a Guggenheim Fellowship to enter the cozy doors of Third Coast. Walking in, most experience a rush of creativity at the sight of exposed-clay figurines, bare dinnerware, and a fully clothed staff. Once a piece-to-be-masterpieced has been selected—be it a plate, vase, coffee mug, martini glass, piggy bank, Buddha, or bust of Elvis—decorators can begin applying base coats to their evolving ceramic canvas. Those who suffer from painter's block can consult Third Coast's bountiful idea books, stencils, and stamps, or resolve it the old-fashioned way by pacing the studio floor with a corncob pipe. All the finished pieces are then set aside to be glazed and fired later by the studio staff. Your objet d'art will be ready for pickup in a week. Each brushwielder will be assessed a modest $6 studio fee along with the price of whichever starting piece they select ($6–$40 depending on size).
Third Coast's relaxing atmosphere and friendly staff make it a fun, free-spirited activity for families and ladies' nights alike. Paint inside the lines, outside the lines, or go beyond Euclidean principles and paint hyperbolic parabolas into infinity with today's Groupon to Third Coast Clay Ceramics Studio.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 20, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid for birthday parties or pottery classes. Not valid with other offers. No cash back. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.