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Valentine's Pottery Painting - SOLD OUT

Eden Pottery, 218a Abbey Road, Millise, County Down, BT22 2DH
two cafe mugs decorated with a winter camper van, and little brown rabbits. A heart shaped dish sits in front of these, decorated with flowers and str


An exclusive experience at Eden on a Sunday afternoon....

Come along with a cherished partner or bestie, for a' Valentines' themed decorating afternoon.

Couples/pairs will recieve 2 long lasting pottery pieces to remember a unique event.

Choose from either one of our heart shaped dishes, or cafe mugs each.

We will show you how to print/paint your own masterpiece!

Painting will be in our Valentine themed cafe area.


About this workshop
Get creative with our Pottery Painting afternoon, using our fun and creative handmade sponges, or take up a small brush and channel your inner Bob Ross!
Choose your pottery piece on the day (Either one of our ever popular cafe mugs, or a Heart shaped dish)

Added extras
But that's not all.... you will each receive a hot or cold drink of your choice, and a selection of homebaked goodies to nibble whilst you paint! (Mini meringues, Heart shaped scones with jam and cream, and themed cookies)

Who is this for?
Ideal for adults looking for something to do as a couple, or with friends!


When will I recieve my pottery?

Your pottery will be ready for collection 7-10 working days after the event. (Or you can arrange postage)

Please contact us on 02891862300 or if you have any queries!



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