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Thistlewood Pottery Studio

Paint Your Own Pottery Event-

Paint Your Own Pottery Event-

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We are excited to present to you our latest Mother's Day event. Paint Your Own Pottery. I am currently making a variety of mugs, bowls, plates, and pitchers for the event.

How to book. 

You place a hold on a table for up to four people. If you have more than four friends who would like to come, you will need to select more than one table. The table fee is $10. Please let me know how many people will be at your table.  This fee in non-refundable if you decide to cancel or don't show up. Please be here ahead of time since all the groups will get their instructions at the same time. 

What if you want to come by yourself?

This is just fine as well. Please message me and if possible, we will make a space for you. Sometimes it's fun to have some me-time without people around to distract. 

What you will be painting?

When you come, we will have a selection of pottery available to paint. Each piece will have  a price. The starting price will be $20. There are bowls, plates, and mugs available to choose. All supplies needed to paint are included in this price. You get to decide the style of the painting. 

The kind of paint used for the event.

You will be using food safe decorative paint which I will instruct you on how to use to your best advantage. After the event I will dip the dish in a clear glaze and fire to correct temperature. After this your dish will be food, microwave, and dishwasher safe. 

When is this event?

This event will be held Saturday, May 11th. There will be two times available. 10 AM and 1 PM with availability for 4 tables. Please show up before the scheduled time. If the day is nice, you will have the option of having your table outside or inside. 

What do you need to bring? I do have a few aprons, but there may not be enough to go around. The glazes should wash out of your clothes just fine, but you may want an apron anyway. It isn't messy like making pottery though. 

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