June 15, 2009

Fun, fun, fun in the sun!

We've had lots of fun at our last few workshops and it's not too late to sign up for our other workshops we will be having! There's Glass Fusing, Christmas in July, Rock Stars and Pop Princess fun, a Princess Tea Party, and a chance for the kids to do some of our Lilly Ollo Silver. If you want to check more about these upcoming workshops, Click Here! Or call us at either location and we can fill you in on the fun.

Remember that after each workshop you will get to tye dye your very own Paint a Piece T-shirt! So if you sign up for a Workshop, be sure to come in clothes that you do not mind getting messy.

If you came to our Roaming Gnome workshop, take pictures of you and your gnome having a blast this summer and e-mail them to fun@paintapiece.com so we can show everyone how much fun you had!

We had a lot of fun with our ice cream cones! They're all ready for pick up so you can eat your ice cream in it. We had a lot of fun making them and creating our own massie ice cream sundae's afterwards.

For you that came to our Father's Day workshop, you created some pretty awesome bowls for dad and yourself. They will be ready before Father's Day on Sunday and you can pick them up on Friday at either location after 2pm. They are all dishwasher and microwave safe too!

Don't forget Father's Day this Sunday and be sure to celebrate the awesome things that dad does! There is still time to paint something for him if you come in Tuesday or Wednesday, you will be able to get your pieces back my Saturday or Sunday for sure. We have a lot of ideas as well if you need help deciding on something, just ask!

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How much?

Your total at Paint a Piece will be the price of each piece you paint plus a studio fee for each person that paints and tax.

Pottery pieces
range from $3 - $75

Studio Fee's
: $7 for adults and $5 for kids ages 12 and under. This studio fee is for the paints, the glazing and firing of your piece.

A helper fee
($3 each person) is when more than one person paints on one piece of pottery. This does not apply when getting help with footprints or handprints.