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  1. I think picking a name for an item to put it on Etsy is difficult. - eg. white speckled lamp with holes. Anyone else have this problem?
  2. Hi! I'm Chandru and I just joined Ceramicartsdaily. I'm a curator on Etsy (I love ceramic cups) ..and I'm also part of a startup that made Around.io. We're doing this 14-city road trip meeting handmade sellers (and craft makers) and talking to them about their shops. Do you sell on Etsy? I want to know if there are any Etsy sellers around here and if yes, learn about your experience selling on Etsy.
  3. rayaldridge

    Blog Advice?

    So over the weekend I started a blog, aimed at promoting the pipes I've been making. Making stuff that almost no one else is making in clay has its benefits and its hazards. I feel as though I have a lot of explaining to do, and my experience has been that a blog is a pretty good way to do that. I've done this before with some success; I designed a little sailboat that was largely a one-of-a-kind deal, and used a blog to promote sales of the plans. It worked well, but I've never written a blog about clay before. There isn't a lot there yet, but I'd be grateful for any advice or critiques. http://headyclay.com/
  4. I recently set up an Etsy storefront, and I really would like to visit the etsy sites of other forum members, just to see how they have handled it. I imagine it wouldn't be kosher to post URLs here, but I would be grateful if anyone wanted to message me with their etsy info, so I could take a peek.
  5. Gittit

    Handmade Ceramic Plates

    From the album: Mad About Pottery

    Medium size plates are made with a beige speckled clay on a pottery wheel, I then coated the surface with a rustic white glaze and added a light touch to the rim with a brown glaze.

    © Gittit Rad-El

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