Get Punched Program

Get Punched Program

Get Punched!

Buy 9 classes get the 10th class free!

Age Groups Class Fee
4 – 5 year olds 1 hour $20.00
6 – 8 year olds 1 hour $20.00
9 – 11 year olds 1.5 hours $25.00
12 – 15 year olds 2 hours $30.00
16 & up 2.5 hours $35.00
Note: The Glazing class is not applied towards the free class.
Glazing 1 hour $20.00

With our Get Punched program you can register and pay for one class at a time, or as many classes as you like. Payment and sign-up for a class is required in advance to hold your spot. Space is limited, so register early.

In each class, you will have plenty of time to finish one or more pieces with minimal instruction. For students 12 & up, it is recommended that you take the Try Before Your Committed class, but not required. Students 4 – 11 will use Polymer Clay.

You will have a choice to learn one of the following methods in each class. Once you learn the methods, then you will be able to work on your own, with the instructor on hand for questions or guidance.

  • Pinch pot method
  • Coil method
  • Slab method

For my older students, your piece(s) will be fired within two weeks and you can then schedule a class to glaze your piece(s) or pick up and paint at home. You will be notified when your piece(s) is ready.

Can’t find the perfect gift for the one who has everything? Get Punched! makes a great gift. You can purchase one class or all nine.

Buy 9 classes get the 10th class free!

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You must pay and register for a class in advance. The Get Punched card is non-transferable and is for the named student only. Space is limited! No reschedules without a ten-day notice prior to start date of class. The Get Punched program may not be used for special class offers. NO REFUNDS! Classes must be taken within one year of the date of purchase. The Glazing class is not included to earn the free class.

Class clay, glazes and firing are included.

For more information contact Deer Ridge Studio at 919-221-0452 or


“Never never never give up.” — Winston Churchill
“The best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today.” — H. Jackson Brown, Jr.
“Excellence is an art won by training and habituation. We do not act rightly because we have virtue or excellence, but we rather have those because we have acted rightly. We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit” — Aristotle (384 BC – 322 BC) Greek Philosopher