Fancy trying something new? Of course you do, life is for living after all.
So why not throw caution to the wind and grab this Big Deal on an introductory pottery wheel experience?
Best of all, it is available for one or two, so if you’ve ever fancied recreating that scene from Ghost with your other half, now is your chance…
Introductory pottery wheel experience
This Big Deal from Spin Pottery Glasgow will take place in a craft studio tucked away in Finnieston’s arty Hidden Lane.
During your pottery wheel experience, you will have a go at clay shaping and even make a few pots to take home with you. Full instruction, materials, finishing glaze and firing costs are all included.
Option one is for one person to have a 60-minute experience. Option two is for two people to share a wheel for 60 minutes.
The offer is available from Monday to Friday until the 7th June 2019.
Great for crafters, couples and families
This offer is very flexible. If you fancy spending a spare me-time afternoon trying your hand at pottery, then choose option one.
Or if you like the idea of getting romantic with your partner over a pottery wheel, then option two is for you (or you could take a pal instead).
A crafty plan
We’re firm believers that the world can’t have too many rustic pots.
So why not grab this Big Deal on an introductory pottery wheel experience, either with a loved one or as a solo escapade?
It would also make a fab gift for that arty person in your life.
5pm bookers who’ve already bought this deal loved it! Take a look at what they had to say:
‘I had a great time learning to use the wheel, always wanted to try it. Leah was lovely, very patient and encouraging. Quite a small space, but great for one to one teaching. I managed to make some little bowls and started to feel quite confident after a couple of attempts, can’t wait to see the finished pieces. I would definitely recommend the experience to anyone thinking about trying their hand at pottery.’ Karen 20/03/2019
‘I bought this deal for my twin grandaughters’ Birthday – they are 11 years old. It was their first pottery lesson and they absolutely loved it and want to go back for more. Leah who owns the studio was great with the girls and gave help and guidance throughout the session.’ Sheena 06/04/2019