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Color Me Mine Bethlehem Bethlehem

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Color Me Mine Bethlehem
25 E 3rd Street
Bethlehem
PA
18015
Tel: 610-791-2228

Where are we going today?

Are you ready to get creative? We think you are, and so are the lovely staff at Color Me Mine Bethlehem!

This paint your own pottery studio is a great way for kids to explore the art world, without having to actually create what they paint. 

Color Me Mine has over 600 pieces of pottery to choose from (you might spend most of the day choosing!), then all you need to worry about is sitting down and deciding what, of the 60 colors of paint they have, you want to use!

Painting is such a great activity for kids because there is never any right or wrong. It's all up to them! They can express themselves, have fun, and get those little fingers a bit messy as they create their masterpiece.

There are always friendly staff on hand to guide the kids, or give them some inspiration or assistance, so it doesn't matter how experienced or how "good" the family are at art - everyone is welcome!

Color Me Kids knows how much kids love the experience, so they have created some pretty fun activities and events across the year, which are just added fun!

Paint Me A Story is held on select Saturday morning, where your pre-schoolers can enjoy a quiet hour panting whilst listening to a storybook being read to them! PJ Night is always popular where once a month on a Friday you just enjoy painting but in pyjama style!

They also hold Mommy & Me workshops where you can create a hand or foot keepsake on a ceramic platter.

Spend the day being creative at Color Me More in Bethlehem, and all have an art attack!

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$9. Pieces start from under $10
  • Children$6 (Under 9 years) Pieces start from under $10
LAST UPDATED 2015

When can we go?

11am - 6pm Mon - Wed / 11am - 9pm Thur - Sat / 12pm - 6pm Sun

All year round

Teachers corner

They go to schools! They can bring the art and fun to your school where the kids can enjoy paining right in their own classroom. Alternatively, give them a call about booking a group in to visit! .

I'm Hungry!

There are plenty of places in the area to enjoy some food before or after your visit!.

Any Top Tips?

Kids Night Out is a great idea where parents drop the kids off, and enjoy the night and kids paint, eat and watch movies! .

Doing our bit

They have safety as no. 1, so the paints are non-toxic, lead free and food-safe!.

Need a little extra help?

If you have special needs, just give them a call and ask about how they can help before hand .

Can I get one of those?

You can take your piece home! When you finish, you will leave it with the staff to glaze and fire it, then in 7 days you can pick them up and enjoy them!.

More information

They have summer art camps for kids over 6 years!.

What people are saying?

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    The staff was extremely helpful and we had an amazing party for my older daughter. We have been back since and have done hand/foot print plates of my infant for the grandparents.
    The also offer summer camps, which I will be trying.

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    I had a party like this for my older daughter at Paint Some Pottery a few years back so I thought I knew what I was getting into by booking this party. Wrong! I am glad that I had the experience though, as I could make the party move smoothly. There was no help from the staff with this at all. Where to begin? First, they never called to confirm the party. I had to call and ask all the questions and give the answers to questions that had not been asked. No big deal---they are new so I did not think too much of it. We got there and no one introduced...Read More

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I had a party like this for my older daughter at Paint Some Pottery a few years back so I thought I knew what I was getting into by booking this party. Wrong! I am glad that I had the experience though, as I could make the party move smoothly. There was no help from the staff with this at all. Where to begin? First, they never called to confirm the party. I had to call and ask all the questions and give the answers to questions that had not been asked. No big deal---they are new so I did not think too much of it. We got there and no one introduced themselves to me or my husband. They did have a few pieces of pottery set aside that the children could choose from, but there were not many and they looked like the ones they were trying move out of inventory. I asked if I could bring a few more pieces from the shelves over so there would be more of a selection. I was met with a dirty look and a big sigh. I ignored it and began to move 3 or 4 more pieces within the price range over to the table. I could tell they were not happy, but I wanted the kids to like what they were painting. After the party began, I asked about the party favors I had requested at booking and again was met with another sigh. They were not together and they had to have someone else putting them together while the party was going on. The facilitator was not a kid person, she did not smile or make the kids feel at home. She never introduced herself to the kids either. They were asking me to fill up paint colors, how to do things or where to put equipment. There was no discussion of different techniques to use or if you made a mistake what they should do, etc... Not one child was offered an apron. My husband and I had to ask if they had them and then go get them and ask the children who wanted one. I had to keep my eye on the time to make sure the kids were moving along and we could get to cake. The facilitator sat in the back corner and painted the whole time. At one point, she wanted the kids to line up to sign the birthday plate. She yelled out that they were to line up. Several times she did this and then looked annoyed that none of the kids were moving. I looked at her and said , " Where? Where exactly do you want them to line up?" Once she was more specific, the kids moved into place and signed the plate. I also started the clean up process. She never moved from her spot in the back. I told the kids where to put their finished pottery, where to wash hands, and where to put their dirty utensils. We did get in the birthday cake and ended up opening presents at home. I have never written a review on here before, but felt that for the price of the party, is was not a very good experience. I had a great experience at Paint Some Pottery so I had a good comparison. If you are a good party facilitator and have to have it here, you might consider this, but if you are looking for someone else to run the show so you can relax, look elsewhere.

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