Terra Mia Ceramic Studios Coupons and Deals
Archaeologists have allowed us to learn much about ancient cultures, uncovering stone weapons and clay mugs that say "World's Greatest Roman." Create your own artifacts with this Groupon. $12 for $25 Worth of Paint-Your-Own Pottery and Studio Time After paying a studio fee that grants unlimited access to paints and brushes ($10/day for adults; $7/day for children younger than 12), aspiring artists decorate pottery items such as pitchers, bowls, and heart-shaped figurines ($3+) with imaginative designs or Valentine's Day hearts. Staffers then fire the finished wares, readying masterpieces for pickup one-to-three days later.
You know from the paintings that your kids bring home everyday, they've got an afición for art. But if their idea of pottery is a pound of red Play-Doh on top of a pound of green, sign on for this artistic family Adventure. Bring your bunch to Terra Mia for a two-hour open pottery painting session with light bites and desserts. Grab the kiddos and head to Terra Mia, where our team of tot wranglers will be on hand to help out throughout the day. We'll start by using our $10 credit toward a piece of ready-to-decorate pottery from the studio. After a brief instructional tutorial from Terra Mia's experts, it's time to get our paint on. Help the young'uns express themselves by way of big brush strokes across a giant bowl. Or, coordinate with the tots to decorate a set of mugs. Whatever they choose, the kids (and their accompanying adults) will have free range to be as creative as possible. While we dive into our artistic pursuits, we'll nosh on light bites to keep the energy level up—and the tykes from getting cranky. We'll also be treated to something sweet, which will come after our apps, so as to prevent any over-the-top sugar rushes. Fueled and finished with our pieces, we'll turn them over to the staff at Terra Mia to fire in the kiln. After a week, we'll be able to return and pick up our prize possessions. It's the perfect way to show the littler members of the gang just how fun painting can be—even if it isn't on a piece of paper.