What to do with broken pots? Make a fairy garden, of course!
(LeAnn Payne, an owner of The Pot Shop created this sample)
Fairy Garden Class Information:
Class Cost: $35
Class Time: 6:00 – 7:00 pm
Class Location: 8610 S State St, Sandy, UT (801) 567-1255
· Friday, May 29
· Monday, June 22
· Thursday, July 16
· Tuesday, August 18
· Broken pot (variety to choose from)
· $15 your choice of fairy garden supplies
· 10% off your purchase that night.
Only 15 spots per class!
You will bring home a completed and unique fairy garden to enjoy.
Riley made this fairy garden on Monday and wants to know when he can go back to make a second one. He has plans! (FYI: I let him spend $22, $7 above the $15 class budget, but all he would have to do be in budget, is remove two items)
See how unique both designs, starting with the same class basics? You will love taking this class and I will love seeing you!
What a fun time I had appearing on Good Things Utah this morning, sharing the many beautiful options The Pot Shop has to offer. Many of you know that flower gardening is a love of mine. To me, it’s peaceful and helps me to rejuvenate. I got the love of a beautiful garden from my grandma. I was always excited to go to her house and see what was blooming.
The thing with creative people is that we need another creative avenue to relax with, but when being creative is what you do for a living, it needs to be something different. For me, it’s home décor: painting, decorating and gardening.
***Mother’s Day Special***
10% off purchase May 6 – 9, 2015, excludes classes
(Discount code: “Amber sent me”)
I love planting pots and having the instant gratification that comes with bursts of color that last the entire summer and into the fall. That love brings about a slight obsession with beautiful pots. The Pot Shop (located in Sandy and St. George) makes me feel like a kid in a candy store:
Rows and rows of beautiful, handmade pots that are made to last a lifetime. Gorgeous custom made fountains and fire pits! An entire shop of fairy garden supplies. Unique outdoor décor and a backyard bird supply.
(Custom made water features and fire pits. You pick your pot and they build it. There are so many options, you can go as simple or as complex as you’d like)
(Fairy gardens also can be as simple or complex as you’d like)
(Unique, hand crafted metal work and a place for the kids to play while you browse)
Isn’t it gorgeous!? I could spend hours there!
So, when they asked me if I would be willing to teach fairy garden classes, I jumped at the chance. How fun! Plus, I knew that my boys would love them and I was right.
A few of the hundreds of options offered for fairy gardens:
I think it would be fun to go with friends, sisters and your mom! Give the gift of time spent together this Mother’s Day: give a class and attend with your daughter(s) and enjoy dinner afterward. Both young and grown children love fairy gardens. They are meant to be played with.
I have a secret to tell you: something happens when you and your children are creative together, their mouths open and you hear things that you wouldn’t have had you not been spending time and using your hands.
I hope to see you there! Call (801) 567-1255 to sign up. Spots are limited to 15 per class, so hurry!
Visit the St. George and Sandy stores by May 9, 2015 to enjoy 10% off your purchase (excludes classes).
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