Phoenix, AZ, December 10, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- After 23 years, most As You Wish customers realize that their studios are as much about making memories as painting pottery. With a choice of Classes, Birthday Parties, Scout Activities, Team Builds and more, As You Wish is an anytime destination. People come in to escape the outside world and think on more personal issues or to spend quality time together and flex their creative muscle. Add in love of art education, dedication to local scouts and children's charities, and their "Wishy" employees and you can see why As You Wish Pottery grown and flourished since 1995.
It is this unique formula for family fun that As You Wish seeks to bring to The Shops at Norterra. Go on an "Artistic Adventure" at As You Wish by simply choosing a piece of pottery to design, decorate, and doodle - As You Wish! In just a few days your masterpieces are ready for pick up. As You Wish provides all necessary tools, supplies, and firing as part of their studio fees ($7.50 per painter). Pottery pieces are a separate charge based on the piece itself. Parties include both studio fees and pottery pieces.
About As You Wish Pottery
As You Wish opened it's first studio in Scottsdale, AZ in 1995. Since then it has steadily grown to serve the entire Phoenix Metro area. It was one of the first paint-your-own-pottery studios in the nation and the first in Arizona, and has seen a steady increase of customers. As You Wish is known in the community as a "paint your own" pottery studio but canvas is available for special events as well. Customers can schedule birthday parties, team builds, scouting meetings, field trips, and fundraising events and choose from pottery or canvas. As You Wish also offers various age level classes. As You Wish has 6 Arizona locations in Chandler, Desert Ridge, Glendale, Mesa, Tempe, and Norterra. Visit www.asyouwishpottery.com to find a studio near you (reservations recommended), book a party or team build, register for a class or learn more about painting and other techniques on their blog.