Mai Tais and Monet is launching our web-based Membership Program.  Just as if we were coming to your home in person, we will be accessible for instructional videos 24 hours a day. For the price of one in-home painting event you can join our Ohana Paint Plan.   This membership provides access to "live" weekly painting events, a library of all previous painting sessions and special “Members Only E-courses.” You may have an old favorite but look for new paintings and techniques coming soon.  

     

     Still want to get together with a group of friends, but find distance is keeping you apart?  We have you covered.  Mai Tais and Monet will provide "interactive" virtual paint parties.  While we enjoy "live" paintings on Facebook, we miss the interaction with each of you.   The interactive party allows our instructors to continue to provide the one-on-one attention you have come to appreciate with our parties. 

 

     With our new and improved website, booking is easy.   

1) Choose your Lesson and Date

2) Choose your painting

3) Send your friends an invite with our link to pay. 

 

We will set up the rest.   Each guest will receive an email with their private video code. You won’t have to clean for company or change out of your pajamas.  

 

     Don’t want to drive to the store and rack your brain on which art supplies to buy?  We have taken the guess work out of that, as well.  With our “Party in a Box,” we will ship you all of the same high quality art supplies we bring to our in-home parties.  It couldn’t be easier for you to create your masterpieces.

 

     We couldn’t be more excited at Mai Tais and Monet to continue to foster the many relationships created over the last decade. As former, and some still current, military spouses, we understand friendships last regardless of where life takes us. Technology allows us to maintain those bonds and we want to do our part to keep those bonds strong and to continue to “bring Aloha to you.”

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