Tori Spelling and family got crafty at the grand opening of Make Meaning in Thousand Oaks, CA on Monday. The happy family got their hands dirty and connected creatively as they enjoyed decorating delicious cakes and painting colorful ceramics.
Make Meaning is a unique spot where guests can participate in over 50 activities like cake decorating, soap and candle making, painting ceramics, glass art, jewelry design and much more. Says founder and CEO Daniel Nissanoff, “Creativity can be intimidating to many consumers, so we make it very easy and assure an impressive outcome.”
Tori isn't the first celebrity to enjoy the fun arts and crafts at Make Meaning. Jennie Garth and Melissa Joan Hart have both spent time expressing their creativity at the locations in NYC. Los Angelinos are certain to fall in love with this place!
Take note, this isn't just a spot for kids. Make Meaning holds adult birthday parties and bachelorette parties as well.
Tori Spelling is an American actress and author. She is the daughter of the late TV producer Aaron Spelling and is best known for her role as Donna in the hit 90's television series 90210.
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