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    My husband and I brought our 15 day old daughter here to get her hand prints painted on some pottery. I brought some color pains I bought at hobby lobby. We were there for over two hours when the clerk said her wouldn’t put our pieces in the kiln because the paint would mess up the other pieces in the batch. There was no sign saying we couldn’t use our own paint. Or that they wouldn’t fire the pieces. The clerk told us that if we wanted to wash the paint off and start from scratch we could but that’s the only way we could finish our project. We paid for our pieces and left.

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    I came to this place because i'm a teacher and I thought it would be a nice place to take my class to have some fun painting ceramics as i've been to other places similar to these out of town and was always pleased with the service. This business, however was not like the other places I have visited. The customer service was terrible. The woman in charge when my class was there couldn't even be bothered to put a smile on her face or introduce herself to my kids. I did all the work she was supposed to do and I was even told by the mothers that came along how rude they thought she was. Not to mention she was eating the food she brought from home right in front of us. I will never come back to this place again, rude people, beware when visiting.Update: I got in contact with the owner and she was very nice and apologetic. She assured me that this type of customer service is not usual and she is willing to make it right by having our class visit again. I hope the next visit will go great 🙂

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    There really isn’t another place like it around here. You go in, choose a pre-sculpted pottery piece, pick out your paints, have some fun, and come back a few days later for the finished product. I really appreciate that the price on the pottery is all inclusive so that you aren’t nickle and dimed for all that’s needed to paint and glaze the piece. It’s a good activity for kids around ages 5 and up, and it can also be a fun girls night to paint a coffee mug, serving plate, or the like.