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The staff at Little Shop can provide you with helpful hints and tools such as: stencils, stamps, pencils (it burns off in the kiln) and books to help inspire you! The only thing to worry about is which piece you want to do first! Your creation will be ready for pick-up in 5-7 days. Remember, never a charge for time - stay as long as you like.

Step 2: If you're new, we will give you a brief overview of how to layer the paints, where to find your supplies such as brushes, sponges, how to use the stamps, contact and transfer papers. We have idea books and photo albums for you to browse so you can stir your imagination.

Step 3: Choose your paints. We offer 40 underglazes, pottery glazes and puffy paints. Since we are a flat fee studio, you do not have to worry about how long you may stay to paint and or how many paints you may use. Just sit back, relax and enjoy time for yourself and your family.

Step 4: After you have finished painting, your painted piece will be dipped in a clear food-safe and non-toxic clear glaze giving your pot a clear glossy finish. It will be fired in our kiln for 16 hours and will be ready to be picked up in 5 to 7 days.



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