Alright, so it’s been weeks, if not months, since you last saw your co-workers in real life, and despite the regular emails, Zoom calls, Slack chats, meme tags and even the odd phone call, the team cohesiveness is at an all time low. Even your work wife/husband has gone MIA—the last time you told each other what you were having for lunch was sometime in April. What to do to bring back those ‘we’re all in this together’ vibes that were going so strong at the start?
Well, we might just have found the answer. Only T, the creators of these nifty home-delivered pottery kits that are perfect for date night, family night or even just pottering around the house on a weekend (pottering, geddit?) have come up with a brilliant solution for team building and group gatherings—whether you can be together or not.
Get yourself a Bulk Party pottery kit and your whole crew can come together via Zoom or in person to mix, mould and dry their very own pots. With easy to follow step-by-step instructions, everyone will wind up with a set of mini pots, along with sore abs from laughing so much along the way.
It doesn’t have to be work team building exercise either. The Only T crew and their pottery kits will cater to baby showers, hens nights, virtual interstate family gatherings—whatever activity or celebration you want to add some fun team vibes to even if you can’t all be there in person.
Step one: Order everyone their own isoKIT pottery box—you can either get individual kits ($45) to be sent to multiple addresses, or save $$$ with a Bulk Party set ($175), which includes 5 isoKITs delivered to one address (which you can drop off to your fellow potters if needs be). Step two: Find an hour or two when everyone is available, and get your potting on!
If you aren't great at followng instructions, you can also book in a virtual workshop with the Only T experts, who'll take you through the whole process via Zoom—not only will you get the steps demonstrated, from set-up to clean up, you’ll get a fun group activity to do while your pots are drying. During the whole process, you can see everyone involved on the screen—and their pot-making skills, good or bad. Cue hilarity, some good natured ribbing and everyone being reminded what their co-workers, friends or family actually look like.
Keen? Check out all the details and order your party pottery kit here.
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