In The Studio!

In The Studio!

If you are a new student of Deer Ridge Studio please download, fill in and sign the New Student Enrollment and…

Mail to:
Donna Pfledderer
124 Deer Ridge Drive
Selma, NC 27576

If you are ready to enroll for a class, please fill out the Class Enrollment form and mail it to the address above along with your check or credit card information – if you do not wish to include your credit card with the form, we will call you for payment information.

Current Classes!
Try Before You’re Committed!
In The Beginning!
Become An Explorer!
The Great Cover Up!
On Your Own!
Get Punched!


Workshops will be added soon. Check back for updates.
Planned workshops:
Chime In! – we will be making a wind chime, more than one if time allows.
For Keepsake! – we will making a Keepsake Ornament, more than one if time allows.

We will miss you!

Our policy!

This applies to 6-week classes only. See our Get Punched! program for our cancellation policy.

Late notice cancellations require considerable processing and labor to try and fill the reserved spot. Therefore, cancellations under 10 days are not able to be refunded unless we can fill the space.

  1. If cancellation occurs 10 or more days prior to the start of a class, a 75% refund of payment will be issued; 25% of payment is assessed for processing charge.
  2. If cancellation occurs less than 10 days prior to the start of a class, a refund cannot be issued unless the space can be filled. If the space is able to be filled, a 50% refund of payment will be issued.
  3. If you find you need to cancel out of a class you have registered for, you must email your request to
  4. Acknowledgment of the cancellation will be e-mailed normally within two (2) business days.
  5. The refund will be issued by check within ten(10) business days of receipt of the cancelattion notice and will be mailed to the address on record.


“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