Making Clay Art with your Child

Treasure that refrigerator art?  Why not have your kids paint something you can use like a mug or platter?

What an absolutely fun place to enjoy wonderful craft time with your kids. They have hundreds of clay pieces that you can paint, with a variety of over 50 colors available. If you prefer to make your own pottery and paint it accordingly.  They also offer classes on the potter’s wheel.

One of the most popular pieces are the “tiles.”  Moms and dads put a child’s hand print or foot print on the tiles, which are beloved as keepsakes for grandma and grandpa as well. Prices depend on the piece you choose to paint and include everything from start to finish.  It takes a few days after you paint for your work of art to be fired and ready to enjoy. Moms love the play room for kids; when they get bored they can play while you finish up.

Next time you’re looking at that wonderful art on the fridge, go to a place like Come Clay With Me, and make something they can take with them when they move out.

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