TULSA, Oklahoma -- Some Green Country kids are spending their spring break tapping into their creative side.
Purple Glaze in Brookside is packed with kids this week. It's a pottery and mosaic-making studio.
Kids come in, pick out a ceramic and start painting. The average project takes about an hour to ninety minutes.
"It's a great activity. Beyond going to a movie where you're done with the movie, after it's over. This leaves you with something tangible to take home," Jeff Stunkard, Purple Glaze owner, said. "It takes just a couple of days to glaze it and fire it, but you've got something to show for your experience."
How much you spend depends on what you get. Ceramics start at $5 and go up from there.