For all those families who are feeling creative, what about spending your family day out painting, coloring, and just expressing yourselves however you want? All Fired Up is waiting! All Fired Up is a great paint your own pottery studio where you can just walk in, and start creating a masterpiece!
When you arrive, you can select a pre-made piece from their shelves to paint. Yes kids, pre-made, so you don't have to worry about moulding clay or trying to throw a pot on the wheel! They have a huge selection of kitchenware, pots, household items, plates, and so much more to choose from!
Using their supplies, you just pout your own paints, and start painting away. All Fired Up have a whole range of things for you to use, from stencils, stamps, silkscreens, and over 100 colors to choose from, including fun puffy paints too!
The friendly staff are on hand to guide you, so even if you have never picked up a paintbrush before, you can enjoy channeling your inner Picasso.
The hardest part is choosing what to paint!
Once you've finished your piece, you just leave them on the table and staff take them in to be glazed and fired, and 7 days later, your piece is ready to be picked up and taken home!
All Fired Up is great for just one on one parent and child time, or a family of 8 can go and enjoy it!
So are you feeling creative? There's nothing wrong with spending the day getting paint all over those hands, if you are having fun and creating something you love! It's an art-tastic day out in Bethesda!
Pottery prices range from $5.00 to $60.00
Same as adult
They ensure they use non-toxic paints and products!
You can bring your own food and drinks to enjoy whilst you paint! (Parents, no alcohol)
It's a great place to have a birthday party! Kids can create together whilst they celebrate the birthday boy or girl, and how fun to all be creative together?
You can take home your piece! Some you can take home straight away, but others take a week.
They hold summer camps where kids can go and really learn the techniques and skills in painting and art!
Give them a call to ask about accessibility