Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Do I have to be a pottery pro?
A: Whether you are a first-time novice or an experienced artist, all are welcome at All Fired Up!
Q: Should I make an appointment?
A: No appointment is necessary for walk-in painting, just come in during our studio hours and begin working on your next masterpiece. We recommend that you book our party room for groups of 8 or more.
Q: I'm clumsy... Should I worry about getting paint on me?
A: Our glazes are all non-toxic and water-based, they wash off of clothes and skin.
Q: What if I don't finish?
A: If you want to leave and your project is not finished, you can leave it with us for up to 30 days and come back to finish at your convenience.
Q: Can you guys come to me?
A: We can come to your school, church, office building, or venue at no extra cost! We bring all the supplies and clean up after! Check out our Off-Site Events page for more details.
Q: Can I bring young children?
A: Yes, we welcome all ages. If they are too small to hold a paintbrush, we can help with handprints, footprints, and fingerprints!
Q: How long does it take to paint?
A: Every artist is different, and it depends on the size and detail of the piece you pick. Children usually take 30 – 90 minutes. Adults usually take 90 minutes or more.
Q: Can I actually use the piece that I paint?
A: Yes! All of our pottery is food-safe once fired. They are dishwasher safe, however, we recommend hand-washing to extend the life of the piece. We do not recommend putting them into the microwave, as the pieces can become too hot to handle.
Q: How long do I have to pick up my pottery?
A: Because of limited space, we ask that you pick your pieces up within 30 days being notified that they are ready. If you have special circumstances, please call or email to let us know.
Q: How do I book a birthday party or event?
A: You can book a private birthday party or any special event in our party room right here from our website! We have the perfect space for kids, family reunions, bachelorette parties, team building, and private clubs/organizations.