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makin’ mugs with liza

makin’ mugs with liza

learn how to make a mug + saucer for everyday use

in this beginner’s handbuilding class, you’ll use flat slabs of clay and a few tools to create a handled cup that holds an appropriate amount of coffee (according to you!) and a matching saucer. we’ll show you how to add decorations throughout class using stamps, colored clay slip (it’s like paint!) and texture tools.


2.5hr class - $65 / person

we can host anywhere from 1-6 people ❤️

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what to expect in class:

what we’ll make:

cut and design one handmade mug and accompanying saucer sized for you, using your hands and a few tools, no wheel required 💕

how you’ll make it:

we’ll handbuild using flat slabs, simple tools and decorate with colored clay and natural materials

what you’ll decorate it with:

we’ll give you a selection of materials to choose from (flowers from the garden, stamps, texture tools, etc) and can show you how to achieve something specific, too. if you have any ideas or requests, let us know.

when you’ll glaze it:

you can come back to finish pieces 2 weeks after class.

we’ll be in touch when things are ready!

when you’ll get it:

pieces are fired and ready to pick up 2-4 weeks after class.

if you need to contact us:

you can call or text liza @ 954-459-8006

texts preferred, please ❤️🐸

good things to know


we have fizzy and flat water for ya, but you’re welcome to bring whatever makes you and your friends comfortable.

small classes, good times

we have room for up to 8 people for larger parties- call us to schedule for more than 6 students.

please, no walk-ins or surprises 🙏🏻 talk to us first, we’ll see if we can figure something out. 

how to find the studio

we’re located at 2330 Monroe Street in hollywood, fl, just southwest of downtown.

park in the swale and follow the sculptures.

what to expect when you get here

we operate outside in a covered, screened area where nature is all around us. expect flora, fauna, and general #florida phenomena. 

long pants and closed toed shoes are highly recommended.