Because it is way more fun with your gang, we offer you discounts on orders of 6 boxes and more. An evening with friends getting your hands dirty with clay is a feel good evening.
You have a large group of friends? Write to us and we will send you a quote according.
If you choose to have your potery kits delivered to multiple adresses, you will receive an email after your purchase is complete so can can send us your adress list.
The content is the same as what you'll find in our basic Terracotta club kits, but with a discount when you order 6 or more!
Ample moist clay for 1 to 2 people
Illustrated instructions to make it easy breasy for everyone
Tools for sculpting and cutting your clay, even if you're mostly gonna use your hands, but hey! we all have a little perfectionist hiding somewhere!
Sealant to protect your pieces from water
We use natural self-hardening clay, which dries in the open air in 24 to 48 hours, to which fibers have been added for the make more resistant. We have chosen a made in Québec quality clay which is very flexible and easy to work with and whose feel merges with firing clay.
We use high viscosity, non-toxic, water-based quality acrylics. We chose a paint that is made here in Quebec.
No, and that's the beauty of the Terracotta club kits. We wanted to make pottery accessible to everyone at home, without the need to fire the pieces in a ceramic kiln.
On the other hand, as clay does not gets into a kiln, you will not be able to eat or drink in your creations, but you can make a host of other objects .
Really everything you want. The only limit is your imagination, but for some inspiration you can visit our gallery or our Instagram.
Popular pieces are pots for succulents and cacti, trinket dish / empty pocket plates, candle holders, wall decorations and vases for dried flowers. As the clay does not bake, it will remain sensitive to water, but the acrylic and varnish provided in the box will make it much more resistant.
If you choose to make a pot for your plant, we recommend that you leave your plant in its original pot and take it out for watering.
Yes! Yes! Yes! Having your hands in clay, creating things, whether ugly or beautiful, feels good. Spending time away from your phone and screens too. The confinement was hard and finding yourself a positive project is refreshing.