The Copper Kiln in Owasso’s downtown Redbud District should be on your ‘to do’ list very soon. With over 500 ceramic pieces in store to choose from (starting at just $1), there’s definitely something for everyone’s taste and budget.
The Copper Kiln originally opened its doors in 2012. New store owner Cynthia Jack is transitioning ownership in 2021 from Debra Johnson and is excited to be serving the community.
Crafters will pay a low $5 studio fee, which covers everything you need to complete your project from start to end. The fee includes all the materials needed, such as stencils, stamps, paintbrushes, paint, idea books, staff help and the firing of your piece.
How does it all work? Get your group together and head into the shop; and by group, they mean everyone! Your youngest kiddos are their favorite customers. The shop is kid friendly and they love to cater to those little ones that you’re afraid to take into other ‘no touch’ stores. Once they welcome you in the shop, you will select the piece you would like to complete. Next, the fun really begins! Let your creativity run wild as you stencil, stamp or uniquely paint your piece to make it your own. Work at your own pace and when your masterpiece is complete, you’ll leave it with them for a few days to fire it and give it that beautiful, shiny glaze.
If you’re wanting art to complete the same day, they have you covered! The Copper Kiln has a wide selection of acrylic pieces to get creative with and no firing is required.
2020 has been a year of adjustment for most small businesses. The Copper Kiln has responded to the covid pandemic by offering ‘to go’ kits of their products. This has been a successful venture and they plan to continue it in the future. As things start to recover, they are still offering their services for parties, Girls Night Out, Boys Scout badge earning events and their new monthly art classes held in the evenings (sign up on Facebook!).
For the most up-to-date business hours, please check their Facebook page. More information can also be found on their website. To get your craft on, visit them at 122 S. Main St. (at the corner of 76th and Main) or call 918-272-5200.
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