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Color Me Mine: Ceramics painting studio for all ages.

As salaamu ‘alaikum. I’ve never been…just sharing some info if you want to check it out In Shaa Allaah.
Color Me Mine: Ceramics painting studio for all ages.

Coral Mall (off Tahlia St., opposite Fuddruckers)

2nd Flr.

Telephone #: 284 7447

Open Saturday to Thursday 10am-1pm and 5-10pm

Fridays 5-10pm.


5 thoughts on “Color Me Mine: Ceramics painting studio for all ages.

  1. As Salaamu Alaikum wa Rahmatullah! Umm Su’aad, I pray that all is well with you and your family. Ameen! Ma sha’ Allah, there are a lot of american establishments in the Mamlakah! SubhannAllah! Although I’ve never been to the one in Jeddah, I’ve been to several of them in the DC area. Ma sha’ Allah, my kids love that place (even as they got older into their teen years). And, ma sha’ Allah, we still have everything that they’ve made. Nice keepsakes and a nice place for kids to use their hands in a constructive way, wa Allahu Alim. In sha’ Allah, if you go, let us know how you liked it. From what Abdul-Malik tells me, Mekkah is so different from Jeddah. He comes there quite often too, ma sha’ Allah!

    Take care and thanks for sharing all of the info! May Allah reward you immensely! Ameen!


  2. Wa ‘alaikumus salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh ukhtee. Alhamdulillaah in all situations, how are you and yours?

    Na’am, there are many American establishments here. You won’t feel home-sick in Jeddah In Shaa Allaah.

    I will definitely inform you of our visit. I’m planning to go soon, In Shaa Allaah. Reading and painting sessions for parent/children ages 2-5 every Monday. The starting fee for children is around $35 SAR, 10 AM – 1PM. I don’t know if they have discount packages for larger families. One adult pays $20 SAR. Sounds good to me. I’m a shutterbug, so expect some pictures of the place and I can’t wait to photograph my baby’s first knick knack and painting. Right now, my walls and fridge are her canvases.

    Yes, Jeddah is different from Makkah. There’s more to do here (entertainment wise), very crowded, malls all over the place and more being constructed as we speak, it’s an open-air museum in itself, beautiful beaches, and an all around nice vacation spot.

    Once the language barrier is broken, boredom goes out of the window. You can benefit from the classes amongst other things.

    Jazaakillaahu khairan.

    BTW, dial 02 before the phone number above, or your call will not go through.


  3. as salaamu alaykum,

    yes i was just pondering about that place as well. i have taken my kids there along with my mother when she visited. we went to the one in new jersey (summit). wonderful place. full of ideas and great for little “girlie parties”. we made some nice stuff there during ramadan last year. mashaAllah, what a nice memory of summit, nj as well….really nice town!
    anywho, nice to see that there are more places coming to the mid east that entail increase involvement with the parents. hands on parenting is definitely the way to go…now if we can get more parents out and involved instead of sending them out with the maids :) sorry to hear that noone showed up. mashaAllah. keep on moving inshaAllah.

    amatullah ummismael

  4. oh sorry, i mixed up color me mine with the mama et moi center…i meant to say sorry to hear that noone showed up at the play center :)

  5. Wa ‘alaikumus salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh. Jazaakillaahu khairan for sharing your experience with us.

    Yes, I’m all for hands on parenting. There are a few things that I plan to put on hold to make more time for my daughter. I want her to have fond memories of her childhood In Shaa Allaah.

    I found some info on several other kiddy activity places. I’ll post it all soon.


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