Confession: I have always wanted to go to one of those storefront pottery places where you pay to sit there for a couple of hours and paint ceramics. You know the type? They are usually in malls. Often associated with little kid birthday parties, and occasionally grown women rent them out for a little BYOB action in the suburbs, but for some reason I have never made it into one. Years ago I worked with a gal who rented out a paint-me ceramic place for her bachelorette party and her sister pre-gamed it too hard, drunkenly stumbled on a platform flip-flop, and took down a rack of 31 hand-painted platters that were to be used as serving dishes at the wedding. All of them. Shattered. Between you and me it was probably an omen though because that marriage ended after 18 months, and that same sister had something to do with it, but it wasn’t anything she was doing in a pottery studio…but I digress.
All the more reason to keep your ceramic painting at home. Ahem.
Here is the good news: You can now paint ceramics at home. And you don’t even need to know how to paint! This new line of markers make it so easy! Pop over and check it out!