We are accepting Reservations and Walk-Ins (as space allows). Book a Table Online! ALL EMPLOYEES AND CUSTOMERS ARE REQUIRED TO WEAR A PROTECTIVE FACIAL COVERING OVER THE MOUTH AND NOSE AT ALL TIMES - Service will be denied for non-compliance. Thank you for your understanding as we respect each other to be creative together! To Go Kits are still available to pick up and paint at home. Thank you for your continued support of our small business!
We are a Paint-Your-Own-Pottery Studio located in the Capital City Mall in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania!
In short, you choose your ceramics and paints, and then we glaze and fire your creations!
Please keep in mind that all pottery pieces will take 7-10 days for completion.
Currently, due to COVID, we are taking reservations and walk-ins (as space provides).
Our inventory is ALWAYS changing, but most of our ceramics are between about $15-$25, with some pieces being more and less expensive. In addition to charging per ceramic, we also charge a Studio Fee for each painter who creates in our studio. This fee is what covers your glazes, your time in the studio, as well as the firing of your ceramics. Studio Fees are typically $10 for Adults (Ages 13+) and $7 for Kids (Ages 12 & under), however, we do offer Weekly Discounts on the Studio Fees (Mondays-Fridays as well as Sundays). More detailed information about the Weekly Discounts can be found under the Adults and Kids tabs on the Home Page of our website.
In addition to offering In-Studio painting, we are also offering To-Go-Kits! To-Go-Kits may be purchased online, or in the studio. You choose your ceramics and 6-8 glazes, and we send you home with brushes and instructions! You then paint your creations at home, and simply return them back to the studio for firing. Pricing for To-Go-Kits is as follows: Price Per Pottery Piece + Half of a Studio Fee. You have an unlimited amount of time to bring your items back in for firing, however, please keep in mind that completed projects will take about 7-10 days once returned to go through the final part of the kiln process.