The Sweet Honey House in the historical village of Stone Mountain.
A paint your own pottery studio.
Keeping the arts alive and revitalizing the Decatur district.
The only paint your own pottery studio in the historical Stone Mountain Village. Keisha Boyd McDuffie has opened what is sure to be a multi-cultural hot spot in the Stone Mountain area. One can come in and paint, have a bag of gourmet popcorn and be creative!
The Sweet Honey House can be the place for date night, girl’s night out, bridal showers, baby showers, birthday parties-kid and adult.
The opening featured various art works and gifts for the crowd from local Atlanta artisans such as, Bella Cucina Artful Foods, Bella Crafts, jewelry by Meg, jewelry by Farra, jewelry by Semaj, Kameo Production Dance Studios, The Atlanta Barber Shop, Natural Brown body care for girls, Dragon Fly creations by Nancy-The Art Station-Stone Mountain, Georgia, Serenbe Honey, and of course the world famous Sweet Honey Doll.
The Sweet Honey House is more than just a paint your own pottery studio. It is a multi-cultural art “play house,” featuring various poets and artists of all kind. One may paint a piece on ceramic- and then place in the traditional baking oven at home for thirty minutes.
This is different from other painting studios, which fire the bisque ware, and delay taking art work home for up to a week. One can create and take their piece home right away! Bisque ware and kiln also available!!!
A Scrap A Plate section is also available for taking photos to the next level!
Tuesday-Thursday-6-9 p.m. book your parties anytime
Fridays-6-9 p.m. and Saturdays 12-6:00 p.m.
The Sweet Honey House’s philanthropy of choice is breast Cancer Awareness. Donations collected from guests are given to Sisters by Choice, Breast Cancer Awareness and support group.
Sweet Honey is the brain child of Keisha Boyd McDuffie, Quiche. It began with handmade dolls to brighten the lives of loved ones and friends. From the enormous support and love of the arts, Keisha Boyd McDuffie has founded a permanent home for the dolls and a art “house,” where people can come relax, congregate and create.