- 50% Off Art Works at Ceramics'N Mor..
- Ceramics' N More - Beirut
- value: $20
- discount: 50%
- savings $10
50% Off Art Works at Ceramics'N More, Sodeco (Only $10 instead of $20)
The Fine Print
- Limit 1 coupon per person.
- May buy multiple as gifts
- Can be used until December 4, 2012
- Coupon not valid for Food & Drinks
- Booking required
- Quote your coupon when booking
- VAT included
- You get to create your own works of ceramics art
- Great as a fun activity for you and your kids
- Open to all artists and non-artists alike!
- Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday from 10am till 10pm, Sunday from 2 PM till 10 PM
If you're stuck in a boring day-to-day routine, chances are you haven't had much of a chance to express yourself in a creative way. For most of us, we find various ways to blow off steam after work, but how many of us can say we've found a true outlet to express our inner creativity? we are giving you the chance to find out if painting's the way to go. At 50% Off for only $10 get messy with some paint at Ceramics 'N More; it's time to attempt to create masterpieces on ceramics. This activity's also a great way to entertain kids - or the child within you.
About Ceramics'N More
Ceramics 'N More, located in Sodeco Square, Achrafieh, is a workshop that allows you and your kids to get creative. Choose from an assortment of ceramics to decorate - you or your kid can now design a mug that can make your standard cup of tea a lot more special. Mugs, plates, and jewelry boxes are just a few of the pieces that you can now customize and take home or gift to a loved one. No need to worry if you're not a modern Monet; Ceramics 'N More has art assistants always ready to help you out. If you're looking for a different sort of birthday theme for your children, Ceramics 'N More is ready to host a party that will have them painting to their heart's delight. Have your kids create works of art that you know you'll want to look back on in the future.
Ceramics Get Left Behind
Don't take painting your ceramic bowl lightly; the most common artifacts that get left behind by ancient people are ceramics. These pieces have been around for more than 2,000 years, and usually clue historians in on how past civilizations lived their everyday lives. The little that we know of some vanished cultures actually comes from the ceramic ware that has been left behind. And aren't those ancient Greek and Chinese urns worth fortunes? Who knows, maybe your own ceramic masterpiece will earn someone a whole lot of money in a few thousand years!