AAll Fired Up is NOW OPEN with modified business hours: Mon. - Sat. 10 - 5 p.m.; Sunday 1 pm - 5 pm. Reservations are recommended but walk-ins are welcome as long as space allows. We will continue to follow the state mandates and CDC safety guidelines. Pottery ToGo Kits are available for purchase on our website. Please call us to place custom orders, with any questions, or to make a reservation: Midlothian: 804-744-5506 or Short Pump: 804-360-3111. No contact curbside studio pickup and dropoff is now available! For pickup, call when you arrive and we will place your order outside of the studio on a designated table. Drop off your items in the box clearly labeled for firing.

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Category Archives: How To Tuesday

How To: Hunger Games Mug »

  A cup of home brewed coffee a day keeps the Capital at bay! This mug is designed to remind you of your favorite tributes and to be ever vigilant in the fight against tyranny! Materials:         Black paint pen Marigold … Continue reading

Kids Craft: Silver & Gold Ornaments »

Remember that classic song from the old clay-mation Rudolph Christmas movie? It goes like this: “Silver and Gold, Silver and Gold, means so much more when I see / Silver and Gold decorations on every Christmas tree…” Well, these days, … Continue reading

How To: Chevron Platter »

The popularity of chevron patterns is going strong, and we constantly get customers who are trying to figure out the best way to create this seemingly simple pattern. We’ve scoured our sources and come up with what we think is … Continue reading

Halloween Spider Puzzle: A How To Tutorial from All Fired Up »

Halloween is “creeping up” so we came up with a simple and super cheap craft that doubles as an age-appropriate activity the kids can enjoy leading up to the holiday. The great thing about this project is that it works … Continue reading

How To Tuesday: Trick or Treat Plate »

Halloween is “creeping” up, so make this adorable hand print plate with the cutest little critters you know! This project is great for all ages, and older kids can even help painting the border! Materials Needed: Lg Rimmed Dinner Plate … Continue reading

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