‘Lose and Win For Life’, Southern Ohio Medical Center’s nine-week class series dealing with ‘Stress Management and Problems Solving’ at the Portsmouth Public Library on Tuesday, Oct. 25. Cinnamon Wellington, of ‘The Happy Pot,’ was a special guest.Read More
We are diligently preparing pottery and canvas to go kits for our valued customers for curb side pick up and drop off.
As supplies come in we will continually update our Facebook page and our web site.
If you need to pick up pottery please message us and we can arrange a date and time for pick up. We thank you for your patience and prayers.
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The Happy Pot is a locally owned and operated paint your own pottery studio. We can accommodate 40 artists at one time in our colorful studio. When you first arrive you will wash your hands. Pick your bisque (pottery), choose your paint and create. We have stencils, stamps and an idea board to help you create your masterpiece. You will then bring your piece to check out. The Happy Pot employees will then glaze and fire your piece in our kiln. Your piece will be ready to pick up in approximately one week. We can also mail your piece to you for an additional cost.
Children participating in a craft provided by the Happy Pot paint-your-own pottery studio.Read More
We had the privlege of being on The Rio Grande Cable Access Show and talk about who we are and what we do.Read More
“Tonight, we are painting pottery picture frames to display pictures of ours loved ones who have passed away. Happy Pot, from West Portsmouth, has been more than willing to help with this Memory Making session,” Stiltner said.Read More
The Happy Pot, make your own pottery studio was among the vehicles present Saturday at Touch-a-Truck, held at Spartan Stadium on Saturday.Read More
For those who peeked in the window of The Happy Pot on Main Street, it was just like peering through the looking glass with five young princesses inside. The princesses posed for photos in front of owner Cinamon Wellington’s ceramic materials that she sells and which people come and make in her shop. “Our employee, Molly Taylor, Portsmouth West’s River Days candidate, was one of the princesses, and 20% of our profits for the day will go toward Molly’s platform.”Read More